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Volunteering awards deadline brought forward

The deadline for submitting nominations for the Kent Volunteering Awards has been brought forward by nine days.

Kent Volunteering Awards judges Julie Maddocks of Maidstone Borough Council, Lauren Manning of the EKC Group, Rob Phillips of the office of the Kent police and crime commissioner, Robert Crook of Pfizer, Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Kent Paul Auston and KM Group chairman Geraldine Allinson
Kent Volunteering Awards judges Julie Maddocks of Maidstone Borough Council, Lauren Manning of the EKC Group, Rob Phillips of the office of the Kent police and crime commissioner, Robert Crook of Pfizer, Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Kent Paul Auston and KM Group chairman Geraldine Allinson

Anybody can submit awards nominations for either individuals or teams of volunteers, but must do so by Friday, October 18.

Organised by the KM Charity Team, the awards aim to celebrate and reward the work of the thousands of people who work unpaid every day to provide invaluable community services across Kent, Medway, Bexley and Bromley.

They are supported by the Kent Community Foundation, the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner, Pfizer R&D UK Limited, the EKC Group, the Lord Lieutenant of Kent, Stronger Kent Communities and Maidstone Borough Council.

Visit Kentvolunteeringawards.co.uk to find out more information or submit nominations.


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