The contest for contribution to children’s life “Golden Apple”, an initiative of the National Network for Children, is open for nominations. For the first year, the public will participate in determining the winners in all categories.
The National Network for Children has announced the start of nominations for the annual “Golden Apple” awards for contributions to the well-being of children and families in Bulgaria, which are being held for the thirteenth consecutive year.
In times of war, disasters, political instability, and a global crisis at all levels, policies for children often take a back seat. However, investing in the development and support of children and their families is the best investment for the future. Therefore, we need good examples of people and organizations for whom children are a mission and cause. The goal of the “Golden Apple” awards is to focus public attention on them and popularize their good deeds.
With the idea of turning the “Golden Apple” into a large national award and symbol of care for children, they have been open for nominations from society as a whole since 2022. Anyone can nominate participants in the competition in the categories of Hero of the Children, Children’s Organization, Hospital, School and Kindergarten, Municipality, Journalist, and Charity.
Join in and nominate worthy individuals, institutions, and organizations HERE. Fill out and submit the nomination forms by April 24, 2023.
Let everyone know about their good deeds!
The winners in the Hero of the Children and Children’s Organization categories will be selected through online voting on the competition website.
This year, for the first time, the public will also participate in the selection of winners in the remaining categories, which were previously determined by an expert jury. The nominations in each category that receive the most votes will receive two additional votes in the jury’s vote.
The winners will be announced on the eve of Children’s Day – June 1.
The event is supported by two companies, Siemens and Kaufland, who recognize the cause of creating a better state for children as their own.