Awards Nomination

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The Arts for Survival Community Interest Company Registration no 10690506, a proud organiser of Miss Bronze UK Scholarship Pageant and Awards has the honour to invite you to propose one or several candidates for the 2017 BRONZE Award.

We want to celebrate and credit women’s histories, contributions, and achievements that have had a profound community impact to inspire next generation of the female in the community.

We envisage these women to be meaningful legends to all next generation of female based on their pioneering and advancement. Their steps will make the journey of next generation of female to have no boundaries.

We sincerely invite you to take part in the nomination process for the 2017 BRONZE Award.
Miss Bronze UK, September 2017

Esther Arrey Enaw
Director

  • Lifetime Achievement Award

    This Award will celebrate a woman who has excelled in Law, Business or Science industry. It is a
    woman who has reached the top of her profession and made a significant contribution to the
    community.

  • Inspiring Young People Award

    This award is a teacher, mentor, careers advisor, school governor, ambassador or another person
    who inspires girls towards job prospect, jobs where women are under-represented.

  • Inspiring women in Arts and Culture

    Are you a budding actress or an energetic film producer, an artist or a choreographer? Or run an
    arts or cultural organisation?

  • Community Spirit Champion

    This classification recognises the outstanding and varied contributions of traditional “public
    servants”, charity and volunteer workers. We are also seeking submissions from community-spirited
    young women in community interest business, generous individuals, entrepreneurs leading positive
    social action, etc.

    The aim of this Community Spirits class award is to make merry the new, varied generation of
    community-spirited young women, zealous about making a positive change.

  • Pastoral Award

    This award recognises the pastoral organisation or an individual that is doing the most to support
    and nurture young women in pastoral engagement.