Basic details

Fill in the form to enter the Epic Awards before 11:59pm, Sunday 14 June 2020.
Make sure you've read our rules and guidelines first!

The application form involves providing some simple contact details and eligibility criteria and we'll ask for a photo. The only thing you might want to think about before starting your application are two 500 word (maximum) questions: an overview of the project and why your project deserves to win an Epic Award.

[Welsh/Cymraeg]

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* 1. Enter the details of your group, event or project below

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* 2. Which national award are you entering?

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* 3. Would you like to subscribe to Voluntary Arts’ regular enews bulletins with news and opportunities relevant to your country (England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland)?

Your Project

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* 4. Please tell us about your activity:
  • How did it start? How was it funded?
  • What happened? Who was involved? Where did it take place?
  • What was great about your initiative from your perspective and/or that of your participants/audience?
(up to 500 words)

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* 5. How did your initiative support one or more of the EPIC qualities?
  • Engagement: Who volunteered their time to make it happen? What did they do?
  • Partnership: Which other volunteers or organisations got involved? How did you all work together?
  • Innovation: Did volunteers work in a different way or try something new?
  • Creative development: How did the activity help volunteers develop their creativity?
(Up to 500 words)

 
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