At our inaugural Ball at Gorton Monastery on 6th February, 2016, we will be celebrating the philanthropy of the North and in particular, two individuals who symbolise the inspire* philosophy. We ask for your nominations for your Future Leader of the Year, who in the early stages of their career is making a difference to their community. We also appreciate any suggestions you might have for our first “Hall of Fame” inductee, someone who over many years has inspired others to give and do good.
We want to celebrate the 18-28 year olds who are making a significant difference to the communities around them, whether they are in business and supporting or creating philanthropic work or a full time philanthropist (in the broadest sense).
Please tell us in no more than 200 words why they should win this award (self-nominations accepted), as well as giving us any social media references we can check.
Closing date for initial nominations: 24th December, 2015.
Shortlisted Candidates will be informed in early October and voting to make the Finalist Candidates will take place from December through to the end of January.
Voting for the winner from the Finalist Candidates will take place at the inspire* Ball on 6th February, 2016 at Gorton Monastery.
Inspiring leaders move communities forward. They build businesses, create value, and engage teams with a vision for the future. Not only this, we believe that the most inspiring leaders are those that ‘do good’. Those are the ones that leave a true legacy. We would like to honour one such individual in our inaugural ‘Hall of Fame’ award. Suggestions are welcome for those business leaders or entrepreneurs that have impacted the North, in business, and for good, in the last 12 months.
All nominations and suggestions should be sent to Catherine Godsland: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information, contact Sarah Cooke: email@example.com
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