Updated: May 9, 2022
We have some exciting news to share - we’ve been nominated in the Climate Conscious category for this year’s Scottish Charity Awards!
The Peoples Choice Category is one that you can vote for.
So we need your help to go for a second award to make the evening even more special, by gathering as many of your votes as possible for the Scottish Charity Awards People’s Choice category. Please helps us win a Scottish Charity Award. All you have to do is vote for us here
Green Hive is set to star at this year’s Scottish Charity Awards
Run annually by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO), the Scottish Charity Awards celebrate the best of Scotland’s voluntary sector.
This year’s shortlist includes 44 individuals and organisations from charities and voluntary groups across the country. While a judging panel will determine the winners under nine distinct categories, members of the public can have their say by voting for their favourite overall entry in the People’s Choice Award – by visiting scvo.scot/vote - before 5pm on Friday 20 May 2022.
Green Hive has been recognised as a finalist in the Climate Conscious category and are encouraging those in Nairn and the Highlands to vote for them.
Neil Mapes, Chief Operations Officer comments “Please vote for Green Hive in this year’s Scottish Charity Awards because it will mean so much to all our volunteers, our small staff team and the wider community who are working better together for a happier Nairnshire.”
Following two years of restrictions and online ceremonies, the 2022 Scottish Charity Awards winners will be announced on 15 June at a glittering awards ceremony hosted by BBC’s Sally Magnusson at Glasgow's Crowne Plaza hotel.
To vote for Green Hive in the People’s Choice award https://scvo.scot/scottish-charity-awards/vote/2022/climate-conscious/green-hive Votes close at 5pm on Friday 20th May.
Anna Fowlie, Chief Executive of SCVO, said: “The Scottish Charity Awards are a unique opportunity to celebrate the fantastic work of charities, community organisations and social enterprises across Scotland. The entries this year are as fabulous as ever and the 44 finalists come in all shapes and sizes. Every one of them is making a huge difference - they make Scotland a better place to live and I'm very much looking forward to meeting them in June. This is your chance to vote for your favourite in the People's Choice Award, so please offer your support.”
To view the full list of finalists, visit the SCVO website.