Nominate your favourite
integration project

The 2017 round is now closed

The Grassroots Champion wins:

  • £1000 cash prize
  • £2000 to promote your project as an example of best practice in community integration
  • Project featuring in this year’s promotional video as the 2017 Grassroots Champion of community integration (value £1000)
  • Hub30 membership for 1 year at the Impact Hub King’s Cross co-working space (30 hours of workspace/month, access to a wide range of benefits and discounts on meeting rooms) Value £1080.
  • Bespoke acceleration support delivered by Programmes Director. Value £2400.
  • Bespoke consultancy for your organisation (choice of communication/social media strategy, leadership mentoring or project evaluation)

The Tech & Innovation Champion wins:

  • £1000 to promote their product/project as an example of best practice in community integration
  • Product/project featuring in this year’s promotional video as the 2017 Tech & Innovation Champion of community integration (value £1000)
  • Hub100 membership for 3 months at the Impact Hub Westminster co-working space (100 hours of workspace a month, access to wide range of benefits and discounts on meeting rooms). Value £1119.
  • Access to startup academy workshops at Impact Hub Westminster (value £199)
  • Bespoke consultancy for your organisation (choice of communication/social media strategy, leadership mentoring or project evaluation)

The Research Champion wins:

  • Your research featuring in this year’s promotional video as the 2017 Research Champion of community integration (value £1000)
  • Bespoke consultancy (choice of communication/social media strategy, leadership mentoring or project evaluation)

The winners of all categories will:

  • Raise the profile of a best practice integration initiative and inspire others
  • Stand out in a competitive market
  • Work recognised and externally benchmarked by leading professionals in the sector
  • Showcase hard work and achievements
  • Boost staff and volunteer morale and to reward teams for their hard work
  • Gain fantastic PR opportunities
  • Increase awareness of the organisation
  • Media opportunities throughout the year
  • Opportunities to network and platforms to speak

Nomination Process

Nominations for 2017 are now closed

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the entry deadline?

Monday 14th August 2017

Does it cost anything to enter?

No, it is free to nominate

What is the eligibility period?

Work done in the last 12 months

Can I nominate an individual?

You can nominate an individual researcher for the Research category and an individual for the Tech & Innovation category but for the Grassroots category you need to nominate an organisation, group, social enterprise etc

I am from an organisation outside the UK, can I enter the awards?

The awards currently only assess work done in the UK

Can I withdraw my entry?

Yes, just email us at info@integrationawards.uk

Can I nominate my own organisation?

Yes, you can

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