Thank you for considering nominating someone for a Volunteer Toronto Legacy Award!

Please complete the information below by 5pm on Tuesday January 31st 2017.

If you have any questions, please contact Nicole Crawford on 416 961 6888 ext 241 or at cec@volunteertoronto.ca.
  • Nominator's Contact Details

    We'll need to know your details, so we can contact you to inform you whether or not the person you nominated has been chosen to receive a Legacy Award.
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  • E.g. Friend, Volunteer Manager, Fellow Volunteer, etc.

    We cannot accept self-nominations or nominations from people related to or cohabiting with the nominee.
  • Reference's Contact Details

    In order for us to verify the information you have provided, we'll need the details of a person who is unrelated to the nominee and is willing to be a reference.
    The reference should have credible knowledge of the nominee's background and accomplishments.
    References will only be contacted if the nominee has been shortlisted.
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  • E.g. Friend, Volunteer Manager, Fellow Volunteer, etc.

    We cannot accept references who are related to or cohabiting with the nominee.
  • Nominee's Details

    Please provide below the details of the person you are nominating.

    The nominee will only be contacted if they have won a Legacy Award, and if that is the case, you will be informed first. Under no circumstances will Volunteer Toronto contact the nominee without your prior permission.
  • The nominee should live within the City of Toronto and have a postal code beginning with "M".

    The City of Toronto includes North York, Scarborough, Etobicoke.

    Unfortunately, we are not able to accept nominations for volunteers who live in neighbouring cities such as Mississauga, Brampton, Vaughan, Markham, Richmond Hill or Pickering.
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  • If you aren't sure, please input their approximate age
  • Nominee's Contribution to the Community

    In this section, we'll ask you about how the person you are nominating has contributed to the community so we have a clear idea of what they have done and what their achievements are.

    Before you complete this section, take a look at our blog post on how to write a great nomination!

    http://www.volunteertoronto.ca/blogpost/1296563/265432/Five-Tips-For-Nominating-A-Volunteer-For-A-Legacy-Award
  • Please describe:
    - The type of volunteer work they do
    - The names of the organizations/causes they have helped (if applicable)
    - How long they have been actively involved in the community
    - Any other relevant information about their contribution

    Please limit your answer to 200 words or less.

  • Please describe:
    - How individuals or the community as a whole have benefited from the nominee's volunteering
    - The positive changes that took place as a result of their volunteering

    Please limit your answer to 200 words or less.

  • We're looking for exceptional volunteers, so be sure to clearly explain what is unique and unusual about the volunteer.

    What is it about the nominee's volunteer work that sets them apart from others doing similar volunteering?

    Please limit your answer to 200 words or less.

  • Supporting Information (optional)

    If you wish, you may submit other supporting information you'd like the judges to review. This could include:
    - A photo of the nominee in action
    - Statements of support from colleagues, other volunteers or community members
    - Press coverage of the nominee's volunteering

    You may submit a maximum of three files of supporting information.