From the All Party Political Group on Poverty
The APPG on Poverty is honoured to announce the Paul Goggins Memorial Prize. Paul Goggins MP was the Secretary of the APPG Poverty and a strong voice for the anti poverty campaign in and outside of Parliament.
The prize will be awarded to the best civil society initiative that can demonstrate that it has reduced poverty in a tangible way.
The prize, worth £3000, will be given jointly by the APPG on Poverty and the Webb Memorial Trust.
We welcome nominations on behalf of local community projects and are looking for innovative and engaging ideas that have worked effectively in and with local communities.
Submissions can take any form, and creative ways of expression are particularly encouraged. Photographs, videos and other visual supporting evidence will be welcomed.
To enter, the organisation or project will need their local MP to nominate them before 5th October 2014. MPs of shortlisted projects will be invited to present the proposals in parliament in the autumn, at an awards ceremony to be hosted by the Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow.
You can find out who your local MP is by following this link and typing in your postcode: http://www.parliament.uk/about/contacting/mp/
MPs should submit their nominations to Roxanne Mashari at firstname.lastname@example.org