The Queen's Awards
The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service
The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given to volunteer groups across the UK.
How do I make a nomination for the Voluntary Service Award?
You can nominate a group for the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service online. You don’t have to be part of the group and you can make your nomination at any time.
The central Government website provides further information about the nomination process.
View a list of successful voluntary groups in Staffordshire from 2010.
The Queen’s Award for Enterprise
The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are awards for outstanding achievement by UK businesses in the categories of:
Guidance is available from the Queen's Awards for Enterprise web site.
View a list of successful businesses in Staffordshire from 2013.
Enterprise promotion awards
The Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion is for individual people who have played an important role in promoting enterprise skills and supporting entrepreneurs.
This could be by:
- giving up their time to help potential entrepreneurs in education or in starting a business
- working in education, training or youth work to help provide others with enterprise skills.
How do I make a nomination Enterprise award?
You can make a nomination by using the online application.
Guidance notes and eligibilty details are available from the Queen’s Awards website.
Please note: entries are by nomination only. You can’t nominate yourself for an award.