The Annual Tryangle Awards are now open for nominations. Friends, family members, teachers, youth workers, police officers and anyone who works or has an involvement with young people can nominated young volunteers or carers between now and 13th February 2015.
The Tryangle Awards celebrates the ‘tryers’, those young people aged 11 to 19 who volunteer in their schools, their clubs, their communities or who are carers of others. The Tryangle Awards recognise the unsung heroes, those young people who have often overcome challenges or hardships in order to be able to volunteer. Those young people who may have faced health, personal, family or social issues, but have met these challenges and not let them prevent their volunteering or caring activities.
This year the Tryangle Awards are also celebrating its own achievements as it is 10 years old. 2015 marks the 10th Anniversary of the Awards. For the past 10 years the Tryangle Awards have been highlighting the achievements of young volunteers from all over Worcestershire.
Those chosen to receive the Award will be invited to the presentation evening which will be held on Thursday 26th March in the conference facilities of Worcester Bosch. The evening is being hosted by BBC Midlands Today correspondent Cath Mackie.
The awards are organised by Worcestershire Council for Voluntary Youth Service, the charity that supports voluntary youth work across the county. The Awards are kindly supported by Worcester Bosch and by The Co-operative Membership Community Fund.
To nominate a young person go to www.wcvys.co.uk/tryangle_awards_2015