The Slough Voluntary Sector Awards celebrate the achievements of local voluntary and community groups in Slough. These Groups make a huge contribution to the community and are an important part to what the government terms Civil Society.
The first event took place in 2012, to coincide with Slough Council for Voluntary Service’s 75th Anniversary and was praised by the Mayor at the time, Cllr. Chrissie Small. She said, “Congratulations and thank you for arranging a fabulous evening, I will remember it as one of the highlights of our mayoral year.”
This Year – 2019
The nomination process will commence in June, with the deadline for submissions being Friday 29th July. So, if you know of a fantastic voluntary group or Charity or someone who gives their all to their volunteering role, don’t forget to nominate them.
The Awards ceremony takes place on Friday 15th November. All those shortlisted will receive a certificate on the night and the overall winners in each category will receive a trophy.
Slough Voluntary Sector Awards are organised by Slough Council for Voluntary Service (Charity No. 1069086)
Mars Chocolate UK and our employees are really proud to give back to the local community. Over the last few years Mars has supported the Slough CVS awards ceremony to recognise the great work volunteers in Slough contribute to their community. We are therefore delighted to be co-hosting the 2016 awards.
We will be happy to fund the Outstanding Service Award and am pleased we can support and help you celebrate and encourage local community volunteering in this way.
Starbucks are happy to support the event to recognise volunteers. It’s amazing work you guys are doing and putting so much effort and energy into it, Starbucks being a worldwide company believe that it is our Social Responsibility to support our communities and workers wherever and whenever possible.
It was a fantastic evening — Vital were very honoured to sponsor and present an award. It was wonderful to share a table with other business owners and make valuable connections over the course of the evening. We could really see our contribution during the evening in recognising the success of local voluntary organisations.