Our Redemption and Justice Awards are the most inclusive awards ever presented and involved thousands of people, which made this year's awards a huge success.
The planning has already started for next year's awards and we need help to ensure that we can make them even bigger and better, building on from the success already achieved at this year's awards.
We are also absolutely delighted to announce that Colin Salmon has agreed to be our patron and help us promote our awards in the future.
There is something for everyone below so please let us know how you can specifically help:
Reception at the House of Lords: SPONSOR needed for this high profile event (details on request)
Our awards cannot take place without SPONSORS. We have no other funding to make these awards happen and if we do not achieve enough sponsorship we cannot continue to provide our awards for the sector, so this is very important and we cannot thank our sponsors enough for their support for this year and we know that they all had a fantastic time attending the awards and enjoyed being a part of the 'buzz' and promotional activity we generated. This is a great CSR opportunity for you get to be a part of the ongoing success of our Redemption and Justice Awards. Please support in any way that you can and we will be delighted to hear from you!
We need help to raise AWARENESS of our awards to encourage and support people to make nominations. Spread the word!
Without NOMINATIONS there would be no awards. From now until our awards open, please keep your eyes open for anyone or any organisation or initiative which is worthy of a nomination and make sure that you submit one. You have seen the response from our finalists, this can quite literally be life changing and you have the ability to make this happen!
We need to make sure that we have 3 JUDGES per category. If think that you would be able to volunteer some time to do this for us then download the application form: Judges Application Form 2014
Our Inspirational Award will always be put to a public vote to identify the winner. We need to raise awareness so that everyone votes and we need you to help us to achieve that.
Please do let us know what takes your interest.
The Winners 2013
The winners of the Redemption & Justice Awards 2013 have been announced at a ceremony in Leicester.
The most inclusive awards for justice ever presented have united all the sectors of criminal justice in a common aim, to celebrate the people who change and the people who help to make that change possible.
The nine winners have been revealed and we are proud to announce the following:
Toon Walravens (Holland)
Lawson Main (Kainos Community)
Clair (Leicestershire Youth Offending)
Under 25’s Award
Sean Gregory (Impressionable Minds)
Unsung Hero Award
Carolyne Van Agen (Langley House Trust)
No Offence Inspirational Award
Francis Osei-Appiah (Reform Restore Respect)
The Redemption and Justice Awards Montage
SEE THE FULL WINNERS VIDEOS HERE