30th Anniversary Awards of The Caroline Walker Trust - application deadline 12 August

This year, The Caroline Walker Trust (CWT) is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a special programme of awards. 

Nominations are now open for the following awards

  • Nutritionist of the Year
  • Freelance Nutritionist of the Year
  • Charity Food Campaigner of the Year
  • Food Hero of the Year
  • Media Campaigner of the Year

You are invited to nominate someone (or a charity) who you believe has shown excellence and outstanding work in promoting public health, which maintains and advances the standards of food and nutrition. Self-nomination is eligible. The winners of each category will receive the title, an award certificate, £250 honoraria and prize

The theme for the 30th Anniversary Award Reception on 12 November at Chandos House, RSM in London, is Affordable Food: Affordable Health. Our objective is to highlight the successes in the field of food and nutrition over the last 30 years. We want to inspire those currently working in this area to continue driving through incremental positive changes to the nation’s health. Our awards are aligned to both the CWT’s objective of improving the quality of our food to enhance our health, along with exploring the connection between reducing the cost of food so that health is affordable to all.

Closing date for nominations is 12th August 2019 and they can be made online

 


01/08/2019
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