Young Humanitarian Award

Tell us who you're nominating
Please include full names if possible, for example Susan rather than Sue.
Please include the name and location of the service, office or shop.
Why do they deserve an award?
(400 words/2,500 characters)
If you can, please tell us a bit more about how to identify the person you are nominating. You can share information about any difficult circumstances they've overcome or anything else you think will help us make a decision. (400 words/2,500 characters)
As part of the nomination form for a Red Cross award we ask for contact details from each nominee. This enables us to send an acknowledgement and let your child know their nomination has been received. We might also need to use it to contact nominators should we have any questions about the nomination. Please see our privacy statement on the nomination page. " If you are happy for your child to submit their own contact details please can you add the wording "I give parental consent for the British Red Cross to receive and hold my child’s contact details for the purposes of submitting a nomination" and add your name. Alternatively, you can substitute in your contact details if you prefer. Thank you very much for supporting your child to recognise someone who they think deserves a Red Cross award.
Tell us about you
If you are under 15, please confirm that your parents or carers have given consent for you to make this nomination.
Staff and volunteers have the option to add your ID number.
Under 13 years of age? We welcome nominations from everyone. If you are under 13 years old we’ll need parental consent to receive your contact details. Please ask your parent to read the information provided.

Your privacy

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