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Entry now open for the Foróige Youth Citizenship Awards

The deadline to get a registration pack is 10th March

Written by Tricia Purcell | View this authors Twitter page and posted in news

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Youth groups of all sizes are invited to take part in the National Youth Citizenship Awards, organised by Foróige, in proud partnership with Aldi. 

Do you know or belong to a youth group that has made a positive difference in your area? If the answer is yes, then don't miss the opportunity to be part of Ireland's largest celebration of youth in the community.

Deadline for registration for your pack is 10th March, 2017 and the entry deadline is 7th April. The Foróige Youth Citizenship Awards celebrate the work of young people in their community, empowering them to use their unique skills and abilities to make the world a better place.

So, if your group, club or project has done work you are proud of, don't miss out on the opportunity to shout it from the rooftops and be part of this action packed event. Click here for your registration form but don’t leave it too long. If you need more details on the Programme, click here.

The Awards take place in the City West Hotel, Conference and Event Centre, Saggart, Dublin, 29th April 2017.

The 2016 Winners

The overall winner of the 2016 Citizenship Challenge was the Killimordaly Kiltullagh Foróige Club in Galway. This group mobilised their local community in the use of defibrillators via hands-on courses, information leaflets and battery maintenance. They raised a huge amount of money and created massive local awareness around defibrillators and how to use them.  

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Published Feb­ru­ary 3rd2017
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