They come from BC’s biggest cities and the smallest towns.
They are young, old and in-between.
They are people who boldly develop the grand plan or who quietly put it into play.
They are the recipients of the British Columbia Community Achievement Awards, one of the most prestigious honours bestowed on those British Columbians who make life better in their communities. And right now, the foundation that administers the awards is seeking help with nominations for the 2015 award.
“Each year, we receive inspiring nominations for people from all walks of life who contribute selflessly to their communities,” says Nora Newlands, executive director of the BC Community Achievement Foundation.
Each year, 30 British Columbians representing communities throughout the province are honoured at a special ceremony at Government House in Victoria.
The deadline for nominations is Nov. 15.
Visit the BC Community Achievement Foundation website http://www.bcachievement.com/community/recipients.php.
Nomination forms and an online nomination link with instructions are available.