Eastleigh Youth Awards

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Nomination form for The Mayor of Eastleigh's Youth Award for volunteering 2017 - supported by Eastleigh Lions and One Community.

The Council is keen to acknowledge the voluntary work carried out by young people in the Borough. Nominations are now being sought for the 2017 Youth Awards.  

For young people aged 11-18.

Young people can be nominated for either a gold or silver award.

A silver award is for at least 50 hours of volunteering in the previous 12 months (from date of nomination).

A gold award is for at least 100 hours of volunteering in the previous 12 months (from date of nomination).

Volunteering would include helping older people, being a carer for family or friends, fundraising for a good cause, taking a role in an organisation like the Scouts, helping in school etc.

Eligibility Criteria

  • You must have known the young person you nominate for more than 6 months.
  • You must not be related to the young person.
  • The young person must either live in the Borough of Eastleigh or undertake the activity they are being recognised for in the Borough of Eastleigh.
  • They must be under the age of 19 on 1 June 2017.
  • The young person must know they are being nominated and why.
  • Their parent/carer must be aware of the nomination.


The award is to recognise the voluntary work of young people in the Borough. We are keen to recognise those young people who regularly volunteer and to acknowledge the invaluable contribution of all young volunteers.

Activities can include formal or informal volunteering roles.


Those nominated will be invited to a presentation as part of One Community’s volunteer award evening on 7 June during Volunteers’ Week. 

Emiley Hinton 


Winners of the 2016 Youth Awards - Emiley Hinton.