Hidden Hearing Heroes Awards 2017

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Nominate a friend, co-worker or family member to become a Hidden Hero

The Hidden Hearing Heroes Awards were established in 2011 to honour those who have made a significant contribution to Irish society, their community, workplace, family or through sporting excellence.

This year the awards will be hosted by RTE’s Mary Kennedy at a gala lunch on Monday 11th September in the The Inter Continental Hotel, Dublin. Nominate a friend, co-worker or family member and they could become one of Ireland’s newest Hidden Heroes.

Nomination Form:

Nominate your hero today by completing the entry form below. Winners will be announced. All nominations will be treated in confidence.

Closing Date for Nominations is
Monday 14th August 2017.

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Age Is No Barrier Hero

Celebrating the achievements and accomplishments of someone over 65.

Young Hero

The achievements of a young person under the age of 16.

Family Hero

In recognition of the hundreds of people in Ireland who care for family members in need.

Sporting Hero

Recognising the achievements of a person who has overcome adversity to excel in sport.

Deaf / Hard of Hearing Hero

Recognising the achievements of someone who has overcome the challenge of being deaf or hard of hearing.

Healthcare Hero

In recognition of the achievements of a healthcare professional who has gone beyond the call of duty for his/her patients.

CSR/Diversity Hero

Recognising an employee, co- worker or manager who has gone above and beyond their call of duty to support the community.

Unsung Hero

Recognising a male hero who has overcome adversity in his life to excel.

Unsung Heroine

Recognising a female hero who has overcome adversity in her life to excel.

Triumph Over Adversity Hero

An overall hero who has overcome significant adversity in his/her life.

 

 

 

 

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