Thank you to everyone who made a nomination. Entries are now closed (as of midnight on 30th November).
Judging will take place in December and the panel will include a sponsor representative, a member of the event team and an independent professional, full judging information can be found in the T&Cs. Keep checking back on social media to see some of our Extraordinary Islanders stories.
Keep your eyes peel for the shortlist which will be announced in January 2021.
The Extraordinary Islanders campaign is split into seven categories, which are signified by the bright and beautiful colours of the rainbow. Thanks to our seven lovely sponsors, each award is kindly being championed by an Island business. Click below to find out more about each award!
RL360 is delighted to sponsor the Red Award which highlights those who have shown excellent ‘Team Spirit and Wellbeing’ throughout Covid-19. These individuals will have played a big part in bringing the community together, despite not being together physically, and creating a strong sense of teamwork during the challenges faced in the past few months and beyond.
Many young people in our community really stepped up to help others and made a truly positive difference to the lives around them, for which ZEDRA who are kindly sponsoring this category believe they deserve recognition. This award is suitable for individuals and groups aged 25 and under.
The Yellow Award aims to recognise the charitable organisations in our community that have shown resourcefulness, adaptability and innovation throughout the pandemic. Those who have been able to adapt to a new way of working so they still meet the needs and expectations of their service users, despite being faced with never-seen-before obstacles and challenges.Find out more >
Sponsored by: Confirmed and to be announced soon!
Ramsey Crookall is excited to sponsor the Green Award which represents ‘Caring for the Vulnerable’. Nominees are those who have shown bravery and strength in caring for those who are vulnerable during the pandemic, and gone above and beyond what is expected of them to make things easier for those they look after.
Examples of these individuals might include carers of the elderly or disabled, nurses, doctors and other frontline workers, or simply anyone that has gone out of their way to care for vulnerable people since the outset of the pandemic.
The Blue Award, proudly sponsored by Manncoin, celebrates the flexibility businesses showed in regard to ‘Innovation and Technology’ from the outset of the Covid-19 pandemic. Category nominees will be businesses or company leaders that developed new ways of tackling challenges brought on by the pandemic. By using the resources available to them and by thinking outside of the box, they were able to adapt to our new environment, improve productivity and make life easier for those who may have been struggling.
Boston are pleased to sponsor the indigo award for overcoming adversity. They recognise that many people put their own problems to one side to think of the needs of others and want to thank all of those, whether nominated or not, who found the strength to respond so positively at such a difficult time.
KPMG is proud to sponsor the Violet Award which recognises ‘Outstanding Contributions to the Community.’ This award is celebrating those who stepped up to help others during the pandemic, whether it was for a neighbour or friend, or as a part of their day-to-day job – effectively any act of selflessness or kindness that deserves recognition.