Wards Children's Awards 2019 now open for nominations

by Lauren Abbott

A star-studded and glittering party every autumn celebrates the courage and bravery of Kent's most exceptional children and families.

And we're now on the lookout for this year's most-deserving partygoers.

The Children's Awards, organised by Wards and the Kent Community Foundation, and supported by The KM Group are back and now open for nominations for the next seven weeks.

Nominees get to join a glittering party in November
Nominees get to join a glittering party in November

Celebrating Kent's most courageous children, their amazing families and the outstanding charities that support them - it is hoped the Children's Awards 2019 will once again round up a sensational selection of super stars who will take their seats at this year's awards ceremony in November.

Once again, there are seven categories looking for nominations with award honours awaiting kids who have made great achievements in sport, music or performing arts despite disability, children working hard to overcome severe illness or those who have dedicated themselves to caring for other family members.

We also want to hear about outstanding charities, young fundraisers or children and young people who have triumphed in the face of an emergency, showing incredible bravery and resourcefulness.

This year's event has a movie theme!
This year's event has a movie theme!

And to celebrate their superstar status - the lucky nominees will come to a party which is bringing with it all the magic of Hollywood thanks to this year's chosen theme of The Movies!

Nominating an individual, family or organisation is easy and puts them in with a chance of winning a prize that is just as incredible as they are.

You can submit a nomination electronically at www.kentonline.co.uk/wardawards

The closing date for all entries is July 19.

Wards Children's Awards (10884432)
Wards Children's Awards (10884432)

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