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Voting open for Spirit of Caithness Awards!

11 August 2017

Voting for the Spirit of Caithness Awards has now opened. This is your opportunity to vote for your favourite project, previously funded by the Spirit of Caithness, which you wish to see developed further.

Six categories have been defined with the winner of each category being awarded £1000 to develop the project.

The six categories are:

o A project which has worked with older people and has reduced isolation and increased involvement in the community
o A project which has shown an increase in the wellbeing of participants
o A project which has resulted in a positive change in the communities perception of disabled people
o A project which has resulted in a positive change in the lives of disabled participants
o A project which has connected isolated people to activities
o A project which has given an opportunity for potential role models to share their skills.


Votes can be cast at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SpiritofCaith2017, and you have until 11th September to make your choice. The winners will be announced at an event on 24th September at Pulteney People’s Project.

Arrangements have been made to allow those without internet access to vote. Please call Eilidh Gunn on 07801 530218.

Spirit of Caithness is part of the Spirit 2012’s Commonwealth Games Legacy programme, Fourteen. The programme aims to extend the reach of the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games by investing in activities that local people themselves believe will make a difference to the well-being and happiness of their community.

Further information is available from Eilidh Gunn on eilidh@foundationscotland.org.uk

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