Who inspires you?
Who are the unsung heroes in your community? It's your chance to praise them for the inspirational work they do. We are bringing the Inspire Awards back for 2015, in partnership with CPO and supported by YFC, to showcase Christians making life better where they live because of their faith.
In the run up to the awards, we'll be sharing some of these stories here on the website, inideamagazine and across social media about people, projects and youth initiatives across the UK. We love to tell these stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. They inspire us, and we hope they will inspire you, too.
In November 2013, we awarded the winners and runners-up at the 2013 Inspire Awards in London, and now we want to hear about your unsung local heroes that make a difference to the lives they touch this year.
You can nominate in three categories:
- An individual Christian in the UK who is an inspiring role model
- A UK-based, Christian-run project serving the local area
- Impacting work with children or young people in the UK
Remember: we're looking for outstanding unsung heroes rather than already recognised national ministries.
There'll be a trophy and prize for the winners in each section, plus an invitation to the awards event in Westminster in November for the shortlisted entries. Stories of some of the entrants will be featured in CPO's Inspire magazine, too. The winners will be announced at the Awards in November.
Remember – we're looking for outstanding entries that will prove an inspiration to others. The closing date is 1 September 2015.
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Remember – we're looking for outstanding entries that will prove an inspiration to others!
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