THE LFWBD BRAVERY AWARD
For people living with bleeding disorders and their families, every day comes with new challenges. Demonstrating extraordinary bravery on a daily basis becomes part of normal life
That's why we think families living with bleeding disorders are superheroes! We want to celebrate our everyday superheroes by launching the #LFWBD Bravery Award.
Each month, a small sub-committee will choose a hero (or two...or maybe even three!), who has shown bravery in the face of a difficult challenge - whether living through a bleeding disorder challenge or supporting a sibling, we want to celebrate being Brave!
The award will include a special certificate, a super hero toy designed by Declan (one of our members, age 10) and a signed book from none other than Alex Dowsett.
So, please start thinking about who you might nominate for this award.
Please complete this short form stating why you think your nominee deserves to win a Bravery Award from Local families with bleeding disorders.
Good luck everyone!
Rules of Entry
- You can enter any child whether they have a bleeding disorder or, are a sibling of a child with a bleeding disorder
- You must fully complete an entry form on the Local families with bleeding disorders website stating to apply for an award
- By providing your details, you are agreeing to Local families with bleeding disorders holding this information on our database and using it to contact you about the award but also, to retaining your information for future contact about the charity and events
- All entries will be reviewed each month and awards announced during the month following your application
- The number of awards given each month can vary depending on the number of applicants
- Winners will be sent a certificate and prize
- Winners (first name and age only) will be announced on the Local families with bleeding disorders Facebook Page, Instagram account and the website, with a short paragraph explaining why they won the award
- We may ask for a photo of the winner to share on social media as well but this is not a condition of entry
- You are allowed to apply for a second bravery award if you feel your child has been exceptionally brave again
- There are no rules about what constitutes “brave” – if you feel your child has been brave about an issue around the bleeding disorder, then this is worth of an application
- Judge’s decision is final
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