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Leading Women, Leading Girls 2017-2018 Building Communities Recognition Program - Call for Nominations

Barrie MPP Ann Hoggarth is celebrating Women and Girls by requesting a call for nominations to acknowledge and celebrates the women and girls who demonstrate exceptional leadership in working to improve the lives of others in their communities.

 Eligibility

 LEADING WOMEN

 

Nominees must be 18 years of age or older at the time of nomination and have not received this award in the past. Nominees who have received a Leading Girls Award may be nominated for the Leading Women Award if they have different accomplishments.

 Nominees must have demonstrated exceptional community leadership to improve the lives of others and have made substantial contributions through volunteer work.

 Nominees must have worked to improve the lives of others in one of the following ways:

  1. Supporting the participation of women from diverse cultural communities in social and economic community life;
  2. Taking initiative to foster communities where individuals can live free from violence;
  3. Promoting health and well-being through education, community service and/or research;
  4. Acting as a positive role model by mentoring, guiding, coaching and providing opportunities for self-improvement;
  5. Supporting women’s participation in their chosen field or endeavouring to remove barriers in the workplace or field of work; or
  6. Encouraging women to participate in any part of public or community service.

 LEADING GIRLS

Nominees must be under 18 years of age at the time of nomination and not have been nominated in the past. Nominees must have demonstrated exceptional community leadership to improve the lives of others and have made substantial contributions through volunteer work.

 Nominees must have worked to improve the lives of others in one of the following ways:

  1. Breaking down barriers and encouraging girls to get involved in careers where women are underrepresented;
  2. Actively promoting issues such as equality, diversity, healthy equal relationships, preventing violence and reducing racism and discrimination;
  3. Encouraging girls to participate in any part of public or community service; or
  4. Mentoring, coaching, leading events or organizations and being a leader in their communities.

NOMINATION INSTRUCTIONS

All submissions must meet the eligibility criteria.

  1. Complete Section A: Basic Information on the attached nomination form, including –
    1. Nominee information b. MPP information
    2. Prepare documents for Section B: Supporting Documents and attach to nomination form, including –
      1.  Two (2) Letters of Support: the letters must be unique to each nominee and must address the three questions listed in Section B of the Nomination Form. Letters may be submitted by a community leader, mentor, employer, or another individual who has experience volunteering with the nominee. Letters of support from family members are not accepted

DEADLINE: 22 DECEMBER 2017

If you are a community member, send nomination forms and the attached supporting documents to your Ann Hoggarth MPP Barrie.

Address: 20 Bell Farm Road, Unit 14, Barrie ON L4M 6E4

Email: ahoggarth.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org

Attachments:

Pdf icon Nomination Package

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