High Sheriff's Awards 2022

Nominations are now open!

The High Sheriff of Suffolk, Edward Creasy, has launched the 2022 High Sheriff’s Awards and calls for voluntary groups and individuals to submit their entries for the annual community awards hosted by Suffolk Community Foundation.

The High Sheriff’s Awards are designed to reward the volunteers, charities and community groups in Suffolk who devote their time and energy to improve the communities in which they live and work, to make Suffolk a better and safer place.

The deadline for 2022 nominations is 17th January. 

The awards will be presented at an evening awards ceremony at East of England Co-op, Wherstead Park, Ipswich on Wednesday 16th March 2022.

For further information please contact Suffolk Community Foundation on 01473 602602 or email katy.thurston@suffolkcf.org.uk. 

Nominations are for the following award categories:

 Volunteer of the Year Award – under 30

Sponsored by:

Volunteer of the Year Award – over 30

Sponsored by: 

Group of the Year

Sponsored by:

Suffolk’s Caring Community Award

Sponsored by:
East Anglian Daily Times

Supporting the Isolated Award

Sponsored by:

High Sheriff Annual

Sponsored by:
High Sherriff's Fund

For further information please contact Suffolk Community Foundation on 01473 602602

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