In 2012 JCI Barnsley’s chosen charity is Help for Heroes, supporting the campaign by Matthew Thornton’s family to raise funds after he was killed in Helmand. His family are looking to raise £100,000 and JCI Barnsley want to do their part.
In 2012 JCI Barnsley want to really get involved in their local community and as such we will be launching our Hidden Heroes Awards 2012! We are proud to be from Barnsley and we think many others are too, so help us to celebrate the Hidden Heroes in our local community!
How to enter
Enter a picture along with a short paragraph (max 200 words) about the individual you wish to nominate with a small donation to Help for Heroes. You can either drop it in at the Civic or email your entry to email@example.com
All money given will go to Help for Heroes. Online donations can be made at Matthew Thornton’s Justgiving page, but don’t forget to email us and let us know how much you have donated or leave a note letting us know you’re supporting the project.
All entries will be independent judged and all will be feature in our exhibition in September 2012.
Community Hero – A member of the local community who has contributed to their local community.
Sport Hero – A member of the local community that has achieved something in the sporting arena.
Personal Hero – A member of the local community who has affected/helped someone on a personal level.
Service Hero – A member of the local emergency, care or protection services that has gone above and beyond the call of duty.
Junior Hero – A child or young person that has shown high levels of care, courage and determination. (must be 18 or under)
In order to celebrate all the amazing people in Barnsley, all entries will be featured at an exhibition in the Civic in September 2012. Further details to follow, but don’t forget to get your entries in and show us who your Hidden Heroes in Barnsley are!
Categorised in: Charity
This post was written by Gemma Nicole Fletcher