Police Care UK would like to take the opportunity to celebrate our amazing volunteers around the UK!
This month we are calling on everyone connected to the organisation - staff, trustees, partners and beneficiaries - to nominate a volunteer that they feel deserves recognition for their work promoting the work we do, going the extra mile, and supporting those in need. This can be an individual or a team of volunteers. All nominations are welcome.
Your nominations are an opportunity to say thank you to those who support our cause. They will also help us to showcase the enormous value volunteers bring to Police Care UK and inspire others to join us! Take a moment to thank our fantastic volunteers who make the work of Police Care UK possible, by nominating someone today.
Nominations are now open and will close on 30th June. Please join us in celebrating your achievements and success by getting involved.
Remember, nominations are only open for one month, so make sure you get them in quickly!
This award is for an Ambassador who has promoted the charity and what it can do to help both serving and former colleagues recover and rebuild their lives.
This award is for a lead Ambassador who has demonstrated a significant and sustained contribution to leadership and inspiring their volunteers.
There were five individual recipients receiving special thanks awards in 2018, each demonstrating extraordinary efforts to support individuals and forces in need.
The Lancashire volunteers team were recognised for their combined efforts in increasing the number of people we help across Lancashire, and for their work developing and advocating for the first Police Care Room in the UK.
Matt was nominated by a former officer he went to see as a support volunteer after receiving outstanding care and support. They said, "...he absolutely transformed mine and my son's life."
Lee was nominated for the outstanding dedication he has given as a volunteer, noting that he is always looking for opportunities to promote the charity. His insatiable passion for welfare has inspired several others to volunteer for the charity within Lancashire."