Mitzvah Day 2018 Awards – Nominate your favourite project now!

In partnership with the Jewish Chronicle and hosted at JW3, we are very excited to take this opportunity to recognise the people and projects that made Mitzvah Day 2018 so incredible.

Whether you coordinated a project, attended one or simply read about one of the amazing projects that took place in the press or online, you can now nominate in the following categories:

Outstanding Mitzvah Day 2018
For the community or organisation with the most impressive project, social action or other achievement that took place on Mitzvah Day 2018, in the UK

Mitzvah Day International Award
For the most impressive project, social action or other achievement taking place outside of the UK

Mitzvah Day 365 Award
For the community or organisation that impresses with social action and or building relationships all year round

Outstanding Interfaith Partnership
For the best collaborative project between Jews and another faith group/s, with an emphasis on bringing people of different faiths together

Outstanding Youth Achievement
For the best Mitzvah Day run by a school, college, cheder, youth club or any other group of under 21-year-olds

Please click on the image below to nominate. Please note that you will be asked to create a log in through the Jewish Chronicle’s website.

Nominations close on Sunday 16th December 2018, at which point our team of judges – including Mitzvah Day Chair Laura Marks and The Jewish Chronicle’s editor Stephen Pollard – will select nominations in each category to put to the public vote!