News: Nominate a Young Person for a Diana Award

If you know an exceptional young person or group of individuals who have made a selfless contribution to your community then nominate them for one of our three Diana Award schemes.

If you are still wondering why you should recognise someone then look at website below. You’ll find clear information about the young people who are eligible, plus full application guides.

The next deadline for nominations is 20th May 2011.

  • Diana Award - For individuals aged 12-18 who make a sustained, selfless contribution to their community, and who demonstrate exceptional personal qualities. These young people receive our main Diana Award, which is now assessed by a quality panel of experienced and talented individuals.

Evidence required: 3 testmonials, 2 from adults who know the nominee in a professional capacity plus 1 from someone who has benefitted from the nominee’s work.

  • Certificate of Excellence - For groups of young people aged 12-18 who have worked together to make their communities a better place to be. These young people qualify for our Diana Certificate of Excellence.

Evidence required: 1 detailed testimonial from a young person or adult who knows the group in a professional capacity plus any relevant evidence of the group’s activities.

  • Anti-Bullying Award - For individuals and groups of young people who have tackled bullying in their communities and schools. Our Diana Anti-Bullying Award is for all those aged 5-18 who qualify.

Evidence required: 1 detailed testimonial from a young person or adult who knows the nominee(s) in a professional capacity plus any relevant evidence of the nominee(s) activities.

See Website: http://diana-award.org.uk/nominate/award-categories/