Nominations Now Open for Perrys Exceptional Awards 201717-Mar-2017
Chartered Accounts firm Perrys have announced that the Perrys Exceptional Awards 2017 are now open for nominations.
Do you know an outstanding individual, a charity or business?
Recognising and rewarding the exceptional, the inspirational, and the unsung heroes across Kent; Perrys are offering five awards.
The awards are free to enter, and shortlisted finalists will each receive two free tickets to the glittering awards ceremony being held at Leeds Castle in Maidstone this coming November. The evening will include pre-dinner drinks and a three course meal within the surroundings of the Fairfax Barn.
Perrys are especially interested to hear of someone who has gone out of their way to make a difference; or a charity or business that has exceptional service or gives up its time for charity.
You can nominate yourself or nominate on somebody else’s behalf.
The categories for the awards are:
Perrys Exceptional Small Charity
Made up of fewer than 10 employees – not including unpaid volunteers
Perrys Exceptional Large Charity
Made up of more than 10 employees – not including unpaid volunteers
Perrys Exceptional Business
To recognise businesses for outstanding customer service
Perrys Exceptional Business Community Initiative
To Reward positive involvement from businesses in the local community; this can include charity work or doing something like providing volunteers or materials to worthy causes
Perrys Exceptional Individual
Award for people who have shown exceptional achievement and/or involvement in the community
To make a nomination, you can email Perrys at email@example.com with full details of the category you would like to enter along with the name of your nomination the charity, business or individual; and some words to explain why they deserve to win.
Perrys also ask for you that you include your contact details as well as those of your nomination.
The closing date for nominations is Monday 31st July 2017.
For more information, visit the Perrys website.