The King’s Award for Voluntary service is the highest award that can be given to voluntary groups across the UK, and you could help more Leicestershire groups win this prestigious award.
So, if you know of a deserving group, perhaps because you have benefitted from their service, then why not nominate them now!
The group being nominated must:
Winning groups will receive a certificate signed by The King and a domed glass crystal, presented personally by HM Lord-Lieutenant. Two representatives from the group will be invited to attend a Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace.
So how do you make a nomination?
You must be independent of the group you are nominating. Nominations can be made online via the Leicestershire County Council website where further guidance is available.
Nominations are open between June and September each year.
Top tips when nominating
If you would like any advice or support with your nomination, please contact the Lieutenancy Office. email@example.com or call 0116 305 6002.