Community Achievement Awards
Community Achievement Awards are held annually to celebrate the work of individuals and projects in the voluntary and community sector that have made a significant difference to the communities of Rotherham.
Organised by Voluntary Action Rotherham on behalf of the Rotherham Together Partnership, the Awards first took place in 2003 and have celebrated the achievements of Rotherhams Voluntary and community sector ever since. There are three award categories, as follows:
Volunteer – This award recognises someone in Rotherham who has made an outstanding contribution to people and communities in Rotherham in a voluntary capacity.
Young Volunteer (Under 25) – This award recognises someone in Rotherham. aged under 25, who has made an outstanding contribution to people and communities in Rotherham in a voluntary capacity.
Project – This award recognises a project in Rotherham that has made an outstanding contribution to people and communities in Rotherham
The nominees for the Volunteer category are:
Katie Moorhouse from The Learning Community
Olawale Oqundimu from Crossroads Rotherham
Jacqueline Deveaux from Rawmarsh Foodbank
The nominees for Young Volunteer (Under 25) are:
Hannah Wales from Sibling Support Banardos
Lucas Axl Slack from Rotherham Rise
Thomas Connelly and Charlie Sharp from Kimberworth Park.
The nominees for the Project category are:
Heart of Knitting
Rotherham Parent Carers Forum Ltd
Wentworth Woodhouse Preservation Trust.
Rotherham Together Partnership and Voluntary Action Rotherham are proud to announce the 2023 shortlisted nominees
Community Achievement Awards Winners 2021
Community Achievement Award Winners Announced 2019
To view more details on the winners for the last few years click on the links below: