CharityComms’ Inspiring Communicator Awards recognise and celebrate people who are inspirational communicators within, or for their organisations. So if you can think of a charity communications hero who deserves some love then here's your chance to nominate them.

Please note: nominations will only be accepted from CharityComms organisational and individual members or corporate partners. If you're not sure if you or your organisation is a CharityComms member, or would like to join, please contact lauren@charitycomms.org.uk. You don't need to worry whether the person you are nominating is a member or not. For full information on the Awards, please visit our Inspiring Communicator Awards page.

Nominations are open until 5pm on Thursday 26 September.

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* 1. Please tell us who you are so we know a bit more about you and can contact you to ask for more information if we need to.

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* 2. What is your relationship to the person you are nominating (please tick the statement that best matches your relationship)?

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* 3. Please give us some more information about the person you are nominating. Please don't tell the person that you are nominating them to avoid disappointment if they don't win! Remember: these awards are for individuals only.

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* 4. Please tell us what you think makes this person an inspiring communicator. This section is completely free form and you can express yourself in whatever way you like. You’ll know what makes this person inspire you, but do refer to the criteria below if they help formulate your thoughts. Please limit yourself to a maximum of 400 words but remember – this is what the judges will be using to make their decision.

The judges will be considering the following criteria:
• Their professionalism and high standards
• Their innovation and creativity
• Their communications internally
• Their communications with volunteers
• Their dedication to their work
• Their championing of the cause/charity externally
• Their pioneering of new communications skills and knowledge
• Their efforts to help others in the charity sector be better overall communicators
• Their ability to make things happen

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