Last week we looked at the Bedford Independent Everyday Heroes award for individual fundraisers, now as we continue to through each category for this year’s awards, in partnership with The Harpur Trust, we’re looking at Fundraiser of the Year (Team).
Sponsored by White Hart Press, this award recognises a team who has worked hard to raise awareness and cash for their chosen charity.
Daniel O’Loughlin from White Hart Press said” “White Hart Press are proud to be associated with the Everyday Heroes Awards supporting the Fundraiser of the Year (Team).
“Fundraising within Bedford is very close to our hearts. We have always admired the teams of people who stand up and take notice, showing good stewardship for long-lasting impacts from their fundraising efforts.
“When the community of Bedford sees that there is a fundraising success they will inevitably jump on board and this is what we love about our town.
“We wish all nominees and teams the very best of luck in this award.”
Over the next few days, we’re highlighting each award category ahead of the closing date for nominations on 3 March 2023.
We’re looking for a team* who has worked hard to raise awareness and cash for their chosen charity. Whatever they’ve raised funds for, and no matter how much, we want to hear the creative ways they gained support and why it was important to them to support their cause. Individuals will be judged on passion, creativity and commitment to their cause.
*Two or more people
Last year’s (2021) winners of this award were Sue and John Pearson
Sue and John work tirelessly as fundraisers for Macmillan Cancer. They have both run endless marathons, have done endurance running events, cycling, hosted numerous quizzes, and curry nights and hosted an annual ball all to support the great work Macmillan does.
You can find out more about the Bedford Independent Everyday Heroes Awards, in partnership with The Harpur Trust, and the other categories open for entries here.Everyday Heroes Awards 2022: Nominate a fantastic Bedford fundraiser