JUNIOR Chamber International (JCI) Donegal are looking for nominations for outstanding young people to identify people in the community, who have done something remarkable.
Do you know an outstanding young person between the age of 18 to 40 who you think deserves recognition for their achievements?
Would you like to sponsor an award for one of these young people? The awards will cost around €50 what you receive back in PR will be worth more along with knowing you are giving back to the young people in our community.
The awards ceremony will take place on the 6th of May at 7.30pm in Voodoo Vintage. Jason Black kindly sponsored the venue. Winners will receive a personalised award. These awards will be sponsored by local businesses.
There are several categories under which young people can be nominated. Each nominee must be entered in one, and only one, of the following ten categories.
• Business, economic, and/or entrepreneurial accomplishment
• Political, legal, and/or governmental affairs
• Academic leadership and/or accomplishment
• Cultural achievement
• Moral and/or environmental leadership
• Contribution to children, world peace, and/or human rights
• Humanitarian and/or voluntary leadership
• Scientific and/or technological development
• Personal improvement and/or accomplishment
• Medical innovation
If you know an outstanding young person nominations can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Give the name of the young person and a short description of why you feel they deserve the award. All nominees should be over 18. Closing date for nominations April 28. If you would like to sponsor an award please email email@example.com
Check out JCI Donegal on Facebook and Twitter for more information or call JCI Donegal President Emma Boylan on+353863303986.
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