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Kent County RFU » Kent County RFU Volunteer Awards Dinner 2018

Kent County RFU Volunteer Awards Dinner 2018

THE KENT COUNTY RFU VOLUNTEER AWARDS 2018

The nominations for the Kent RFU Volunteer Awards 2017/2018 are now open, with a deadline for receipt of nominations 31st March 2018.

Please note: Nominations are via the SurveyMonkey form only: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/79CBXDQ

  • Any club member can make a nomination
  • Anyone involved in volunteering within the category can be nominated
  • No supplementary information or photography will be accepted

The award categories are :

Kent RFU President’s Award – This will go to a club person, an unsung hero who makes an all-round significant contribution to the success of a club

Mini Rugby Volunteer of the Year – This award will go to a volunteer who has been nominated by their club as making significant contribution to the mini section of their club

Junior Rugby Volunteer of the Year – This award will go to a volunteer who has been nominated by their club as making a significant contribution to the junior section of their club

Girl’s Rugby Volunteer of the Year – This award will go to a volunteer who has been nominated by their club as making a significant contribution to the girl’s section of the club (males can be nominated in this award if contributing to the section as a volunteer)

Women’s Rugby Volunteer of the Year – This award will go to a volunteer who has been nominated by their club as making a significant contribution to the Women’s section of the club (males can be nominated in this award if contributing to the section as a volunteer)

Senior Rugby Volunteer of the Year This award will go to a volunteer who has been nominated by their club as making a significant contribution to the Senior section of the club

Young Rugby Ambassador of the Year – This award will go a Young Rugby Ambassador aged 14-24, whom are part of the RFU YRA programme, driving the core values of Rugby within their community

Student Volunteer of the Year – This award will go to a student volunteer who has been nominated by their university/college/school as making a significant contribution to Rugby

RFU Spirit of Rugby Award – This award is specific to the educational sector and is relevant to the whole institution, giving playing opportunities to all the students and offering development pathways for students in all forms of rugby.

Kent RFU Volunteer Awards nomination guidelines:

Any club member can make a nomination

In choosing the recipients of the Awards, regard is given to the nominee’s achievements in the Year immediately prior to receiving the award, as well as their past achievements and ongoing contribution to the Rugby Union within Kent.

Entries will be assessed on the quality of the application. Therefore:

  • Be specific
  • What are the achievements?
  • How did the nominee achieve it?
  • Provide facts and figures

Ensure that the person nominated is involved in volunteering within the section they are nominated in.

The number of nominations received per nominee bears no weight in their selection.
See here for last year’s winners.