Given the encouraging response so far, and some flexibility in arrangements, the Chairman has taken the opportunity to extend the deadline to the 15 February 2013.
It could be anything; from helping a sick relative, neighbour or friend over a period of time, or supporting a local charity or long term project, to helping older people in the community, or showing an act of bravery. The list is endless.
Nominations are open for the Hampshire Making a Difference Award which will be presented by Hampshire County Council Chairman, Councillor Andrew Joy.
The deadline for nominations is now 15 February 2013.
Download a copy of the nomination form online or visit a Hampshire County Council museum or library to pick up a paper form.
The Award is a tribute to a young person or group of young people and confers no material honours or special privileges
Those qualifying for the award should be considered to have shown exceptional active citizenship
Serving members of the County Council should not be eligible to propose nominations
All young people between the ages of five and 18 attending school, college or in training are eligible
The award will be considered in two age groups:
5 - 11 years
12 - 18 years
Nominations should be submitted to the Chairman’s office and the proposer may be a headteacher, teacher, college principal, a school or college council, relative, friend, neighbour or any Hampshire County Council resident who has benefited
Nominations must be submitted by 15 February 2013.
Do you know someone who deserves recognition?Download a copy of the nomination form