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Cardiff Volunteer Awards 2020 – 13th November 2020 at 4pm

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Nominations for this year’s Cardiff Volunteer Awards are now closed. It has been an extraordinary year for volunteering, especially with volunteers’ response to the COVID-19 pandemic and we want to celebrate the effort volunteers have made to help out in our local communities in Cardiff.

Now is your opportunity to say THANK YOU to the thousands of volunteers who have gone above and beyond to support you or anyone you know, your community,  front-line workers, and or have made a significant contribution to any project in Cardiff.

The deadline for nominations is 30th October 2020. The Awards ceremony will take place on World Kindness Day, which is on the 13th November 2020 at 4pm on Zoom. Due to the uncertainty about government restrictions the awards will be held online.

Register to attend our virtual Zoom event at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cardiff-volunteer-awards-2020-tickets-119244939825 

Awards categories and nominees for this years #CVA2020 are:

COVID-19 Volunteer – Anyone who has volunteered to help during the pandemic. eg Mutual aid community groups, hospitals, clinics, front line workers

  • Angela Davies –  Butetown Foodboxes, NHS deliveries
  • David Judd –  NHS deliveries
  • Glyn Willacott – Llanrumney Hall Community Trust
  • Jen and Ian Sutton – TAVs Centre
  • Julia Davis – Llamau
  • Michael Brown – Butetown Foodboxes, NHS deliveries
  • Nick Lush – City Hospice
  • Norma Mackie – Cathays Community Centre
  • Paul Maddocks – Cardiff Council
  • Paul Thomas – Butetown Foodboxes, NHS deliveries

Volunteer of the Year (Over 25 years)

  • Salujana Kalyan – The Mentor Ring
  • Abbas Radaideh – Cardiff Central Hub
  • Arafa Ali – Women’s Chat
  • Beth Bowen – ACE Cardiff
  • Ian Davies – City Hospice
  • Laura King – Mirus Wales
  • Lucy Fishleigh – Rubicon Dance
  • Nicola Pervoe – Glenwood Church
  • Patrick Allen – Noah’s Ark Charity
  • Sabiha Azad – Cardiff Women’s Aid
  • Stuart Parkinson – Deaf Hub Wales

Young Volunteer of the Year (25 years and under)

  • Bethany Handley (21)
  • Ellis Demourney (22) – Glenwood Church
  • Fiby Saad (22) – Cardiff Women’s Aid
  • Gracie Mc Fadden (14) – St Mellons Gymnastics Club
  • Joe Stockley (24) – WCVA
  • Kyle Eldridge (23)
  • Lucy Aur (21)
  • Mani Owen (14)
  • Molly May (9) – Bullies Out
  • Muna Yassin (19)
  • Owen Evans (22) – City Hospice
  • Ruben Owen (14)
  • Zoe Bangs (22) – ACE Cardiff
  • Chimere Nwosu (21) – Cardiff Women’s Aid

Volunteer Group of the Year – A group is 3 or more volunteers that work together.  eg. this could also be a constituted charity, non-constituted community group

  • BulliesOut e-Mentors
  • Cardiff and Vale Health Youth Board
  • CWA Social Media Team
  • CWA Wellbeing Café Group
  • Cwtch Baby Bank
  • Diabetes Patients Reference Group
  • FareShare Cymru Volunteers
  • Keep Splott Tidy
  • Oasis Cardiff ESOL volunteers
  • Radio cardiff
  • The (virtual for now) Well-Bean Cafe
  • The FAN Charity Cardiff FAN Group Facilitators (Ian Thomson representing the group)
  • Windsor Clive Minions

Volunteer Coordinator of the Year – A person that supports others to volunteer. eg. volunteer manager, or anyone who leads a team or group

  • Alex Congreve – Cardiff Women’s Aid
  • Steve Khaireh – Butetown Community Centre

Trustee of the Year 

  • Adam Kaps – Cathays Community Centre
  • Emma Thomas – Bullies Out
  • Joe Stockley – WCVA

Outstanding Community Volunteer – An individual with many years of service who has made a longstanding contribution or significant change to our communities through volunteering this year

  • Rhiannon Thomas (Uniform’d)
  • Giselle Davies Warren
  • Hilary Johnston (Cwtch Baby Bank)
  • Jane Gill
  • Owen Evans (City Hospice)
  • Sabiha Azad

The following categories are not open for public vote. Winners are selected from the volunteering-wales.net portal and will be announced at the Awards ceremony:

  • Most Active Volunteer
  • Most Provider Hours
  • Most Community Tasks delivered by a Volunteer 
  • Most Community Tasks delivered by an Organisation

The final category is voted for by the Cardiff Youth Led Grant panel. The decision is based on the impact youth grant projects made on communities working with particular target groups and priority target areas. The winner of this category is selected from the 2019-2020 projects.

  • Youth Led Grant Project of the year

We have a magazine which details what this year’s volunteers awards looks like https://issuu.com/c3sc/docs/cva_2020_magazine 

We will also be holding our Annual General Meeting (AGM) just before the Awards ceremony. To register please follow the link C3SC AGM 2020 “Time to Talk Communities 

Please request your proxy votes by e-mailing [email protected] with the subject Proxy vote.

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