Cork Food Policy Council Sustainable Food Awards 2018 Nomination Form

Cork Food Policy Council believes there are many people who go that extra mile when it comes to sustainable food practices, who don't get the recognition they deserve. This awards program is designed to recognise those people, acknowledge their good work and encourage others to follow suit.



Applicants, who must be Cork-based, are invited from each of the following four categories:

1. Private Business e.g. food retailer; producer; or other food enterprise; etc.

2. Non-profit Organisation  e.g. community gardens; voluntary bodies; charitable organisations; etc.

3. Educational Institution e.g. third level institutions; skills & training providers; etc.

 4. Schools: Primary or Secondary Schools

 
Applicants are being asked to illustrate their commitment to each of the Cork Food Policy Council's five core values:

1. Health and wellbeing for all

2. A thriving local economy

3. Resilient, food-friendly communities

4. Lifelong learning & skills

5. A reduced environmental footprint

 
Successful applicants will be awarded the 2018 CFPC Certificate of Recognition at a special event in the City Hall on Tuesday 9th January 2018. In addition, one outstanding example from each category will be awarded the 2018 CFPC Certificate of Excellence, along with a cash prize of €500 kindly donated by SuperValu Ireland.

* 1. Contact Details

* 2. Select the Category under which you are entering

* 3. Please provide a brief description of what you do:

* 4. The following questions relate to the key values of the Cork Food Policy Council and how your organisation lives/ operates in line with those values. An answer must be provided for a minimum of 1 of the values. If you feel that any particular value is not relevant to your organisation please state so in the comment box.

Please describe how the organisation you are nominating aligns the following core value:
Health and Wellbeing for All

* 5. Please describe how the organisation you are nominating aligns to the following core value:
A Thriving Local Economy

* 6. Please describe how the organisation you are nominating  aligns to the following core value:
Resilient, food-friendly communities

* 7. Please describe how the organisation you are nominating  aligns to the following core value:
Life Long Learning and Skills

* 8. Please describe how the organisation you are nominating  aligns to the following core value:
A Reduced Environmental Foot Print

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* 13. TERMS & CONDITIONS
Data:
By submitting this application form you agree to our storage, handling and use of your details, CFPC will not share these details with any third party.

Judging / assessement process:
All application forms will be initially reviewed by members of the Cork Food Policy Council.
Entrants who meet the criteria will be awarded the 2018 CFPC Certificate of Recognition.
Ten entrants from each category will be shortlisted and a judging panel including Dr. Colin Sage and three independent judges, will pick one outstanding example from each category.
Those four will receive the 2018 CFPC Certificate of Excellence along with a €500 cash prize, which has been kindly donated by SuperValu Ireland. 
Judges decisions are final, any canvassing on behalf of any organisation will not be entertained and may result in the disqualification of the nominee.

Dates: 
Applications must be registered by 5pm on Friday 15th December 2017
Certificates and cash prizes will be presented in Cork City Hall on 9th January 2018.

Photography:
Photographs will be taken on the night of the awards and may be used for the purposes of publicising and promoting the values and activities of Cork Food Policy Council. By submitting this application form you are agreeing to the use of any images taken at the awards ceremony in the manner described.

Queries:
If you have any questions or queries in relation to the application process please email
info@corkfoodpolicycouncil.com

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