Do you know a business or organisation that’s made a huge difference to young people or communities in Lambeth in the last year? Maybe it was you! Make a nomination here for a Lambeth Made Charter Mark Award. Hurry, the deadline for nominations is 14 February!
The Charter Mark
The Lambeth Made Charter Mark award recognises exceptional employers and providers who have gone the extra mile in supporting Lambeth residents. Awarded by a partnership led by Lambeth Council, it’s a ‘badge of honour’ to be proudly displayed so that everyone can recognise their amazing contributions.
What a Year!
2020 was a tough year for everyone, but also brought some excellent examples of community spirit, and commitment to young people at the start of their working lives. Whether offering work experience and apprenticeship opportunities or supporting families affected by COVID-19, businesses and community organisations rose to the challenge. We need your help to make sure these organisations receive recognition for what they do.
The awards will also recognise London Living Wage employers who value the benefits of being a great place to work and those early supporters of the new Lambeth Youth Opportunities Fund which is helping build a sustainable youth sector. It will also celebrate young people who have achieved as exceptional apprentices and role models.
They’ll be hosted by Councillor Jack Hopkins, Leader of Lambeth Council and special guests.
There are six award categories, with one nominee in each category receiving the highly coveted Gold Charter Mark Award for exceptional contributions.
- Work Experience Provider Award
- Apprenticeship Employer Award
- Young Apprentice Award
- Community Impact Award
- London Living Wage Award
- Lambeth Youth Opportunities Fund Award
You can nominate quickly and simply using our online form. It’ll take you less than 5 minutes.
Register for the awards event
The online award event will take place at 3.30pm on Tuesday 2 March. You’ll hear about inspirational organisations and connect with people making a difference in Lambeth.