Entries are now being accepted. Winners are selected from five categories on the basis of the time, level of involvement and commitment they have devoted to a project or charity, as well as the difference that their work has made.
The awards are split into five categories: younger member, member of a small business, member in practice, member in business and retired member.
The institute will donate a total of £10,000 and the winner of each category receives £2,000 for the charity or project they are working with.
Last year’s winners included Christopher Underwood for his voluntary work as treasurer of the Jubilee Sailing Trust, a national charity that owns and operates the world’s only tall ships, purpose-built for crews of able-bodied and physically disabled people.
The deadline for applications is 31 December 2001 and the winners will be announced next March.
For more information go to www.everybodycounts.co.uk
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