The awards recognise and show appreciation to not-for-profit groups, organisations and individuals who work to improve the Tawa community and make it a better place to live. They have been run by the Tawa Community Board every 2 years from 2006 to 2018, and again this year.
Each nominee will receive a certificate from the Mayor of Wellington.
Nominations closed 11.59pm Sunday 29 August 2021.
- Arts and Culture
Enhancing and increasing participation in arts, including music and creative leisure activities
- Education and/or Child/Youth Development
Improving and enhancing the development of young people and children
- Health and Wellbeing
Providing services which enhance the wellbeing of people
- Heritage and Environment
Improving or revitalising the environment, culture or heritage
- Sport and Leisure
Enhancing and increasing participation in physical sport, leisure activities and recreational pursuits
This award is for those involved in ‘running’ the sport or leisure activity, eg coaching or administration, etc, as opposed to being a participant,
- Youth (15 - 24 years)
Celebration and recognition of young people who provide outstanding service within the community of Tawa
What you need to know
- You can nominate an individual, a group or an organisation.
- You can nominate an organisation of which you are a member.
- You may make a nomination for any or all of the six different categories.
- Your identity as a nominator will remain confidential.
Each nominated person or group, if eligible for an award, will be contacted approximately three weeks before the awards ceremony, letting them know they’ve been nominated for a Tawa Community Civic Award, and inviting them to the awards ceremony.
The award ceremony, at which the Mayor of Wellington will present the awards, will take place on 23 September 2021 in the Tawa Community Centre Hall.
Wellington City Councillor (Takapū/ Northern)