Nominate Someone for a 2018 Diana Award
The Diana Award is given out in Diana, Princess of Wales’ name to young role models, aged 9-18 from across the world who are selflessly transforming the lives of others. We are looking to recognise young people going above and beyond in their daily lives to create and sustain positive change.
Nominate
 
Nominator Information

 
First Name *

 
Last Name

 
What is your job title?

 
What is your professional relationship to nominee?

PLEASE NOTE: Nominations can only be made by adults who know the nominee(s) in a professional capacity e.g. teachers and youth workers. Nominations made by family members or friends with no form of professional relationship with the nominee will be invalid.
 
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Nominee Information

 
Are you nominating a group or individual? *


 
If you are nominating a group, please complete our Group Nominee form which can be downloaded here: http://diana-award.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Group-Award-Holder-Form.xlsx

Please ensure ALL FIELDS within this form are completed or your nomination will be invalid. 

Once completed please save and upload *

 
What is the first name of the young person you are nominating? *

 
Surname? *

 
What is their date of birth? *

 
What is {{answer_ddmk}}'s age at time of nomination *

Please note: nominees for The Diana Award and Legacy Award must be between the ages of 9 and 18 inclusive.
 
Nominee Gender *


 
What is {{answer_ddmk}}'s email address?

All successful Award Holders will be invited to join the Diana Award Network which opens doors to work experience, volunteering and campaigning whilst training young people in employability and social action.
 
What is {{answer_ddmk}}'s home town?

If successful your young person would be invited to a celebration event local to them
 
And their UK region or country? (e.g. East Midlands if in the UK or country name if outside of the UK)

 
 
Does {{answer_ddmk}} fall under any of the categories below?

Please note these questions are entirely optional and all answers will be treated in the strictest confidence

 
Please choose one option that best describes your nominee's ethnic group or background. If you do not wish to disclose this there is an option at the bottom of the list.


 
How long has {{answer_ddmk}} been carrying out the activities you are nominating them for? *

Please note this must be for at least 12 months which you must evidence when answering the category criteria questions.
 
Organisation Details

Please provide your organisation information that is most closely associated with your nominee.

Note that if your nomination is successful this is the organisation that will be displayed on the Diana Award certificate.
 
Organisation Name *

 
What is {{answer_NUZF}}'s Address *

 
And the country or UK region? (eg South West or East Midlands) *

 
Nomination Form

REMINDER: Please include as much information as possible and refer to the Nomination Guidelines when completing the next sections to ensure you are providing the most appropriate information. Please also remember that it's best to complete this information in Word or a similar programme and then copying it into the form should you be unable to complete them all in one sitting.
 
Opening Statement  *

Please provide a statement of no more than 100 words encompassing why you are nominating your nominee(s) and the difference that their work has had on the lives of others or to a certain cause (note: if your nomination is successful this statement will be used for press and publicity so make this shine!)
 
Criterion 1: Vision

Demonstrates commitment and passion to the cause, evidenced through their service to that cause and through social action *

Guidance Questions

- What selfless activities has your nominee(s) undertaken and for what cause(s)?
- Why did your nominee(s) decide to get involved in their chosen cause(s)?
- What sparked their interest to get involved in the first place?
- Why are they passionate about the cause?
 
Criterion 2: Social Impact

Creates positive social change that is of benefit to the wider community *

Guidance Questions

Describe the impact your nominee(s’) activities have had on the lives of others.

Examples of impact for different types of social action could include:

- Fundraising: total amounts of funds raised for a cause and what the funds will be used for.
- Volunteering: relieving teacher’s time in class through classroom assistance or providing assistance in a charity shop.
- Anti-Bullying: statistics related to a fall in bullying, statements from school pupils who say they feel safer in school or the number of school pupils worked with to raise awareness of bullying.
- Campaigning: numbers of people reached through the campaign and numbers of people who have taken action as a result of the campaign.
- Care work: improvements in quality of life for those that have been cared for.

 
Criterion 3: Inspiring Others

Through their positive attitude and passionate approach to life they are a role model to others *

Guidance Questions

Describe how your nominee(s) act as a role model to others including their peers.

Provide examples such as leading school assemblies, taking positions of leadership or responsibility, or situations where they have been looked up to by others.
 
Criterion 4: Youth Led 

Demonstrates how the young person(s) have led, owned and shaped the activities you are nominating them for *

Guidance Questions

How has the nominee(s) taken ownership of their activities? Did they initiate their chosen activities on their own accord?

If not or if they are part of an existing initiative such as a peer mentoring or anti-bullying ambassador scheme; how have they gone over and above what would be expected of them or how have they shown ownership of their role?

How have your nominee(s) engaged with their networks to ensure the success of their chosen activities?

How have they worked with their school, youth group, teachers, businesses or any other person or group that may have been able to support their activities?

Describe any challenges the nominee(s) faced and how they overcame them.

Detail the personal challenges that the nominee has faced and overcome as well as the skills and personal qualities they developed to achieve success.

 
Criterion 5: Service Journey

Evidence of transformation throughout the nominee(s’) service journey, including attitude, skills gained and challenges overcome *

Guidance Questions

What has been the benefit to the nominee(s) as a direct result of taking part in the activity you are nominating them for?

Include any skills gained such as teamwork from working as part of a group or empathy gained from peer mentoring as well as any improvement in future prospects such as relevant career experience or relationships developed with businesses and other organisations.
 
Beneficiary Testimonial

Please provide us with the details and testimony from someone who has directly benefited from the activities or service of the nominee/s.

This could be an adult or young person and the testimonial should be no more than 200 words.
 
Beneficiary First Name *

 
Beneficiary Last Name *

 
Organisation *

 
Phone Number *

 
Relationship to nominee? (e.g. friend, service user, teacher etc) *

Please note beneficiary providers should have a professional relationship with the nominee unless the nominee is a carer for the beneficiary provider.
 
Testimonial *

Please provide a written statement from someone who has benefited from your nominee's activities. 

Note If you would prefer to provide this statement as a word document or as a pdf please continue to the next question.
 
Upload

If you have not filled out the the testimonial in the previous question. Please upload your beneficiary testimonial as a word document or pdf here. This should be no longer than 200 words.
 
Referee Information

Please provide contact details for another adult who knows your nominee in a professional capacity.
 
Referee First Name *

 
Referee Last Name *

 
Organisation *

 
What is the Reference Providers professional relationship with the young person *

PLEASE NOTE: Reference providers can only be adults who know the nominee(s) in a professional capacity e.g. teachers and youth workers. Reference providers who are family members or friends with no form of professional relationship with the nominee will be invalid.
 
Phone Number *

 
Additional Information for 'Legacy Award'

Each year The Diana Award will present the Legacy Award to 20 outstanding young people, selected from individual Diana Award nominations from across the world that year. Please note unfortunately groups are not eligible for the Legacy Award, however if you feel there is an individual in your group who shines out please do nominate them separately for The Diana Award/Legacy Award.   

An international Judging Panel will have the difficult task of selecting the top 20, they are looking for visionaries, leaders and role models, able to inspire and mobilise new generations to serve their communities. Recipients of the Legacy Award will also be given the opportunity to join a unique Development Programme with the opportunity to enhance their skills in 4 key areas:   

1.       Leadership 
2.       Community Development 
3.       Social Entrepreneurship 
4.       Technology for Good      

Please use this section to provide the judges with any additional information you feel would add value to the evidence you have already provided against the criteria. This will not be used for judging The Diana Award, only when considering successful Diana Award Holders for a Legacy Award. 
 
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Thank you for your nomination.