East of England Local Impact Awards

We are delighted to offer the following Local Impact Awards in the East of England. The awards are now closed for entries.

2013's Winners and Big Ticks in the East of England will be announced at the East of England Responsible Business Awards Gala Dinner, on 19 June.

If you have any queries, please email Helen Haynes or call her on 01733 244557 or 07986 398026.


East of England Impact Award planterWork Inspiration Award

This important award recognises employers that are addressing the talent challenge by turning work experience into Work Inspiration, to bridge the gap between the classroom and the world of work.  

East of England Impact Award planterBuilding Stronger Communities

This new category is to recognise genuine partnerships between businesses and community organisations, which identify and address a key social issue.

Stansted Airport logoLondon Stansted Employee Volunteer of the Year Award

This award is to recognise an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to their community through employee volunteering.

Norse Commercial Services logoNorse Commercial Services Employee Volunteering Company of the Year Award

This award recognises a business that has engaged employees across the organisation to make volunteering culturally normal within the business.

 East of England Impact Award planterGreen Skills Award

Recognising a business that has encouraged and developed their employees' green skills resulting in significantly improvements to the environmental impact of the business.


East of England Impact Award planterBusiness Resilience Award

Recognising companies that have considered the potential impacts of a changing climate (e.g. extreme weather events such as flooding, drought, storms, snow and heat waves) on their business and have taken creative steps to adapt to these impacts.

The business case for being a responsible business coverE2V Business Action on Public Health Award

This award recognises a business that has demonstrated a commitment to take action on workplace health and wellbeing and to consider the influence it has on the health of the wider community, within the East of England.