The community impact awards recognise inspiring people, organisations and groups. We want
to recognise all fields and causes as well as a special award for mental health. Nominations
are made by the general public and will be interviewed and examined by a member of our
awards team. Following this, a judging panel will assess all nominations against certain criteria
for each field. The awards ceremony will take place in the heart of Liverpool and organisations
or individuals must have a postcode within the Merseyside/Cheshire Region.
The Be Free Campaign will be working alongside businesses, communities and local
government to showcase the impact of people, organisations and groups within the Liverpool
region. Following years of battling the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for local people to
be recognised for incredible things.
The Be Free Campaign has seen the impact that changemakers and innovators can have on
the community. There is a need to recognise people who are making an impact - regardless of
their background or area of interest. There is no better place to start, than at the heart of
Liverpool. Whilst the charity started in Birmingham, the Be Free Campaign saw its real growth
in the rich culture of Liverpool. The inaugural awards will take place in Liverpool and are
designed to ensure that people are recognised for their impact on their community.
The Be Free Campaign is a mental health charity that aims to give people the tools they need
to look after their mental health and well-being in order to live happier more fulfilling lives.
Our ethos stems from our founder's mission to improve the system around mental health
care, break down the stigma that exists which reduces access to support and health services,
as well as work with schools, universities and community organisations to empower change
and improvement to mental health curriculums. The Be Free Campaign deliver counselling
programmes, mental health provisions (training and education) and wellbeing programmes to
schools, communities and organisations across the country. The Be Free Campaign works on
a government level impacting mental health policy and advancing attitudes towards mental
Shantanu Kundu is a leading mental health activist who founded the Be Free Campaign, mental
health charity delivering mental health education, counselling, and wellbeing programmes across
the country. Shantanu has worked closely with 10 Downing St and the government in their
mental health views and was awarded the Diana Award and Point of Light Award from Prime
Minister Johnson. Shantanu has a medical background with an MSc in Acute, Critical and
Emergency medicine. Shantanu is a fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health and has been
highlighted by Dr Alex George as a leading mental health activist as part of his mental health
awareness week.Contact the Organizer Contact the Organizer
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Category Award Sponsorship Awareness surrounding a particular topic. Choose from the categories below: The Community Impact Award The flagship award recognises outstanding community contributions in regard to improving one of the charitable outcomes set out by the charity commission. The Innovation Community Impact Award Requirements: - An individual who has influenced the community with innovative methods - Must have a Merseyside/Cheshire postcode - Work to have taken place in the last year The Volunteering and Leadership Community Impact Award Requirements: - An individual who has gone above and beyond their work or educational background to impact their community - Must have a Merseyside/Cheshire postcode - Work to have taken place in the last year The Arts and Creativity Community Impact Award Requirements: - An individual who has used arts and creative methods to have a positive impact on their community. - Must have a Merseyside/Cheshire postcode - Work to have taken place in the last year The Small Charity/Not for Profit Community Impact Award Requirements: - Must have a Liverpool postcode/be operating in an area with a Liverpool postcode - Organisations earning <£100,000 per year - Organisations must not have a political/religious motivation The Business Community Impact Award An award that recognises a Liverpool-based business for their community impact in an area of charitable activity as set out by the charity commission. There is a £100 entry fee for this award. The Mental Health Changemaker Award An award highlighted by the founder of the Be Free Campaign. Requirements: - An individual who has impacted the mental health of their community through volunteering, work or leadership.
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