Get ready for the 2017 Community Awards!

At OneFamily we’re passionate about helping our customers and their communities, that’s why we love to support the local projects that mean the most to you.

As long as you’re a OneFamily customer with an active policy you can nominate a project for a Community Award.

Community Awards 2017

Nominations open in:

Register your interest

Key dates for 2017

Nominations Open




Nominations Close




Voting Opens




Voting Closes




Winners Announced





How to nominate a project

Four project categories

Active Living - We’re looking for projects that will help the people in your local area to be fit and happy.

Community Groups - A category for any project that makes a positive difference for the people in your community.

Health, Disability & Social Care - For projects that help people with mental health problems, learning or physical disabilities or those in respite care.

Lifelong Learning - For projects that encourage learning something new at any age.

Three funding levels

A nominated project has three funding options to choose from:

Up to £5,000
Up to £10,000
Up to £25,000

Helping you with your nomination

Whether it's writing the application, generating interest in your project or working out what to do when you've won, our handy guides are full of useful tips and advice to help you through the entire Community Awards journey.

Download the Community Awards nomination toolkit here.

Looking for inspiration?

We've supported projects such as an Alzheimer's choir, helped to create therapeutic spaces at a hospice and many more great initiatives - but don't just take our word for it; you can see all our winners' stories for yourself.

Get your application in

Nominations open at midday on 21st June 2017 - don't miss your chance to make a big difference in your community!

View this years project categories

Active Living category image


Projects that encourage an active, healthy lifestyle, such as community gardening schemes or equipment for sports clubs.

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Projects that benefit the community, but do not fit into the other categories, such as creating community spaces or social groups for the elderly.

Health, Disability & Social Care category image

Health, Disability & Social Care

Projects that provide valuable care for those who need it most, such as new equipment for therapy groups or creating accessible sensory spaces.

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Projects that focus on learning new skills, such as IT workshops, groups offering educational programmes or skills training programmes.

Meet our winners

  • Exmouth Gig Rowing Club
  • Total Recall Memories Choir
  • Wakefield Hospice
  • Mighty Mountain Bike Fund
Exmouth Gig Rowing Club 25k Award Winner 
Exmouth Gig Rowing Club

Exmouth Gig Rowing Club received £25,000 to build a new Cornish gig boat to encourage people of all ages in the area to get involved in the sport.

Total Recall Memories Choir 5k Award Winner 
Total Recall Memories Choir

The Dundee-based choir won £5,000 to appoint a musical director, helping those suffering with Alzheimer’s and dementia to find their voice.

Wakefield Hospice 5k Award Winners 
Wakefield Hospice

The West Yorkshire based hospice won £5k to create a new garden for patients and visitors to make use of.

Mighty Mountain Bike Fund 5k Award Winners 
Mighty Mountain Bike Fund

The Wadebridge Primary Academy in Cornwall won £5k to develop their mountain bike track for children of all abilities to use.

Register your interest +

Register with the OneFamily Foundation for all the latest updates and opportunities to get involved in the 2017 Community Awards!