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Our Individual Awards are for those who’ve gone that extra mile! 

Winners of these Awards will receive a personalised certificate and a £50 Amazon voucher.

If you are a UCL student, please provide your UCL email address.
Please provide the name of the volunteer you are nominating.
Please provide the UCL email address of the volunteer you are nominating.
Where does the student volunteer?
Briefly describe how you know the volunteer, e.g. fellow volunteer, supervisor, Project Leader, etc.
You can find criteria for each of these at the bottom of this webform, to help with your nomination.
Please describe, in no more than 500 words, why the volunteer deserves this Award. Use the Awards Criteria at the bottom of this webform to help you.
Please write a 100-word summary of the volunteer's role. If successful, this will be read out when the Award is presented.
Please provide a 100-word summary of why you have nominated this volunteer. If successful, this will be read out when the Award is presented.
Award Criteria
Most Committed Volunteer

Provide evidence that the volunteer went above and beyond to support their project/charity. For example, this could be number of hours, extra effort, support beyond role, etc. Explain the commitment, then its impact on the volunteer and organisation/project.

Best Volunteer Moment

Provide evidence of a stand-out moment – something that happened over no more than one day. For example, this could be a moment with a beneficiary, a moment of realising their own potential, extra volunteering beyond role, helping another volunteer, etc. Explain the moment, then its impact on the volunteer and organisation/project.

Biggest Impact

Provide evidence that the volunteer had an impact through their volunteering. For example, this could be an impact on a beneficiary, a volunteer, or the charity/project. Did the volunteer’s actions lead to change? What was this change?

Wildcard!

Submissions for this Award must not readily fit into other Awards categories. Provide evidence that a volunteer has gone above and beyond for a reason that doesn’t align with a category listed above. For example, this achievement could be specific to a project or organisation. Explain the activity/achievement, then its impact on the volunteer and organisation/project.