Volunteer Recognition 2022 – Nominations

It has been an extraordinary year for volunteering, especially with volunteers’ response to the Covid-19 pandemic and we want to celebrate the effort volunteers have made across the Archdiocese of Cardiff.

You now have the chance to say a big thank you to those special people who go above and beyond in their efforts to help church and community. Give them the recognition they deserve by making your nomination and encouraging others to get involved.

Closing date Monday 6th June.

Categories for Recognition

  • Young People (up to 25 years) – recognising the contribution of young people from school, college, university, employment and beyond.
  • Volunteer of the Year – recognising the contribution of individuals.
  • Volunteer Team – recognising teams with a particular focus.
  • Specialist Volunteers – Health & Safety; Safeguarding; Fundraising, Digital Support. Celebrating those who take on roles with distinct responsibilities. Open to other areas of specialism.
  • Emergency Voluntary Response – Recognising swift direct action in many forms responding to the pandemic, flooding, community need, aid work and other emergencies..
  • Lifetime Volunteer – recognising those that have always been at the forefront of church and community life.


To Nominate: Please submit the Nomination Form here Volunteer Recognition 2022 – Nominations Open Survey (surveymonkey.co.uk) 

Alternatively you can download a manual form and forward to: gareth.simpson@rcadc.org Gareth Simpson, Volunteer Recognition, Archbishop’s House, 41/43 Cathedral Road, Cardiff CF11 9HD.

Reach: Open to all voluntary and charitable work associated with the Archdiocese of Cardiff. Multiple nominations are welcome

Recognition: All nominees will be recognised for their valuable volunteer contribution. We will ask nominators for their assistance in issuing certificates and for contact with their nominees.

Support & Enquiries: Gareth Simpson, Volunteer & Project Manager gareth.simpson@rcadc.org 02920 379483

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