Volunteer Awards

Portsmouth Inspiring Volunteer Awards 2019

Winners and Shortlisted 

The awards nominations have shown that so many volunteers across our city bring something valuable to the lives of those around them. Our communities are a better place for having them in it. They share their time and energy selflessly, in an age when it is so often said that people are selfish.Organised by Portsmouth Together and Pompey in the Community, the awards are an annual event funded through support from local businesses and organisations.

Images from the Volunteer Award Night 2019 of Winners and Shortlisted, taken by Zooming Photography.

The volunteer team of the year will be a group of volunteers who come together for a one off project or ongoing volunteering that they do as a team. They have worked together and made a difference for their community or services that they support. They might be a team supported by their employer to give something back to their community, a group of young people, or a regular team supporting a good cause. A team consists of 4 or more volunteers working together.

Volunteer of the Year – supported by Portsmouth City Council (awards given out by MP Stephen Morgan)

Our volunteer of the year will be someone who has given their time, skills and experience to an organisation in Portsmouth. They have shown dedication and commitment to their volunteering role and through this they have enhanced the services available to people in Portsmouth and inspire others to volunteer. The person will have contributed in a meaningful way to the organisation and its recipients. They will have done things that are above and beyond the usual role of a volunteer and the impact of their volunteering is huge on both individuals and the organisation.

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