Do you know a young, inspiring individual who enjoys going that extra mile in helping others? If so, you should nominate them for the Wolverhampton Young Citizen Award 2014.
The winner will receive the Young Citizen trophy and a cash prize of £100. The second and third finalists will receive trophies and cash prizes of £75 and £50 respectively, and all finalists will receive a certificate. The presentations will be made in July 2014 at the Mayor’s Parlour.
Devised and organised by the five Rotary Clubs of Wolverhampton, the Young Citizen Award will be presented to a young person who has been judged to have made an exceptional contribution to the community. Nominees must be:
- Aged under 19 on the 31st August 2014
- Living, working or studying within the boundaries of the City of Wolverhampton
Nomination forms are available from the Reception Desk at the Civic Centre or the Customer Services Desk at Waitrose Superstore, Penn Road. You can also make your application online at www.wolverhamptonyoungcitizen.co.uk
Closing date for nominations is 31st May 2014
About the Award
This award is dedicated to Tom Warren, and the City and the movement he served with distinction.
Tom was a Wolverhampton Rotarian and served as Director of Education for 25 years. He retired from that post in 1945, to become only the second Briton ever to lead Rotary International throughout the world. In doing so he became one of a small group of Rotarians involved in the groundwork which lead to the formation of the United Nation