Jersey Charity Awards

Held every other year to celebrate the work of charities in Jersey.

The awards are open to any island charity, whether they operate within Jersey or overseas.

Applicants don’t have to be a member of the Association of Jersey Charities but they must be registered with the Jersey Financial Services Commission as a non-profit making organisation.

To apply, charities need to complete an application form detailing an initiative or project they’ve undertaken within the last twelve months of which they feel particularly proud, and the application form will be available on this site once the awards have been launched.

Please follow this link to see full details of the award ceremonies, since 2011: http://jerseycharities.org.preview.je/diary/939/ajc-jersey-charity-awards

Insurance Corporation, Conservation Awards

Annual Insurance Corporation Conservation Awards.

These awards recognise those islanders who are passionate about protecting our environment for future generations and are planning to or have completed nature conservation projects. The aim of the competition is to bring these efforts to the attention of others and, as a consequence, to highlight the important environmental conservation work that takes place throughout the Channel Islands.

Find out more here: http://insurancecorporation.com/

JEP Pride of Jersey Awards

Unsung heroes celebrated annually at the Jersey Evening Post Pride of Jersey Awards.

The public are asked to nominate people in 12 categories throughout the summer months via the Jersey Evening Post. Follow this link to find out more

Queen's Award for Voluntary Service

A charity can nominate themself for this award.

The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service is an annual award made to recognise and reward excellence in voluntary activities carried out by groups in the community.

For more information follow this link

Personal honours

Anyone can nominate an individual for an honour from the Queen.

The honours system recognises people of outstanding merit, and those who have committed themselves to service to the nation.

Honours are given to people from all walks of life and all sections of society who have made a difference to their community.

The Office of the Lieutenant-Governor is the contact point for honours nominations.

Follow this link to find out how to nominate someone for an honour