The Clare Foundation are thrilled to be sponsoring the Proud of Bucks Awards 2021
Nominations have now closed for Buckinghamshire Council’s Proud of Bucks Community Awards 2021. The Clare Foundation are thrilled to be sponsoring the event this year.
The Proud of Bucks Awards aims to recognise and congratulate individuals, groups and organisations that have fulfilled outstanding community contribution. The awards celebrate Buckinghamshire communities that have made a lasting positive impact amongst the local areas.
This year, each of Buckinghamshire’s 16 Community Boards will be celebrating local people in three award categories.
- Buckinghamshire Community Award Best Adult Contribution – For an individual (aged over 21) who has contributed to their local community during 2021 by improving lives for others or improving their local environment.
- Buckinghamshire Community Award Best Young Person Contribution – For young people (aged under 21) who have had a positive impact on the local community or peers through community engagement or activism.
- Buckinghamshire Community Award Best Community Group Contribution – Recognises and celebrates a group in the community board area who has made a clear and positive impact on the community during 2021.
Proud of Bucks Awards Nominations
Members of the public were invited to send in their nominations for those who they feel deserve recognition and praise.
The winners will be announced very soon!
A message from Mike Clare, Founder and Chairman of The Clare Foundation
“The Clare Foundation are delighted to be sponsoring the Proud of Bucks Awards for the second year running. We are really pleased to be able to congratulate those who have gone above and beyond helping those in need in their local community. We look forward to hearing all the amazing stories from the individuals and groups who have made an impact.”
A message from Steve Bowles, Cabinet Member for Communities
“The Proud of Bucks Awards is a fantastic way to celebrate all those who have gone above and beyond in their local community. By working closely this year with the Community Boards, we can use a more locally-driven approach to recognise and praise adults, young people and groups within Buckinghamshire’s amazing communities. Whether you have directly benefited from an initiative in your local area or you know someone who has wowed you with their efforts, enthusiasm and innovation, we want to hear from you”
A message from Angela Macpherson, Deputy Leader of Buckinghamshire Council.
“Last year the awards focused on the community contribution in response to the pandemic. This year we’re broadening the nominations to shine a light on anyone who has contributed to or has had a positive impact in their local area, and we know there’s plenty of deserving winners in Buckinghamshire.”
More information on the awards can be found on Buckinghamshire Council’s Proud of Bucks Awards webpage.