The Best of
2023 - 2024
Do you know an individual, group or organisation that makes the community a better place to live, work or go to school?
Fill out the form below (or request a paper copy for someone not online) and we'll do the rest to give your nominee the recognition that they deserve!
'When I found out someone had taken time out of their day to nominate me, it felt amazing! I do what I do because I want to and not for recognition but it was lovely to know that I'm appreciated'
Make someones day in just 3 steps
Choose an individual, group or organisation
With 17 different categories there are lots so lots of chances to get involved! You can also nominate as many different people, groups or organisations as you like!
Fill out our Nomination Form on our website
Provide as much information as you can on the form, make sure you provide contact information for you in case we need to reach out to you to check anything!
Make sure we get the form before the deadline!
Make sure that you complete the form on our website (or request a paper form) before the deadline.
Nominations received after the deadline will not be included.
Rules & Judging Criteria
There is no fee for making a Best of WF3 nomination.
Closing date for nominations is midnight on 31 January 2024.
Your nomination may be considered in a different category if the judges decide it is appropriate.
Information provided in the nomination must be honest and to the best of your knowledge.
In line with data protection legislation your personal information (name, contact information) will not be shared with the nominee unless you confirm you would like them to know.
For the avoidance of doubt, you may complete an entry form nominating yourself, your own business or club/group that you are involved with.
The Best of WF3 Awards is not a popularity context - Nominations are reviewed and winners decided by our judges.
The judging panel consists of the WF3 Kindness team, professionals from both the public and private sector, third party charities and representatives from local authorities.
Nominations are judged and winners decided solely on the information provided within the nomination(s) and not on number of nominations or 'votes'.
The decision of the judges is final and cannot be contested.