We’re delighted to be hosting our fifth Amplifon Awards for Brave Britons.
The awards celebrate the achievements of exceptional people and animals from all walks of life, of all ages and from all over the United Kingdom.
Nominations are now open, and close on Friday, 26th June, 2020.
Created in honour of our founder, World War II hero Major Charles Holland, the awards recognise members of the public, community and charity champions and members of the armed forces and emergency services who have shown remarkable courage.
The Service to their Country award will recognise current or former members of the armed forces and emergency services who’ve shown outstanding bravery serving the UK.
The Against all Odds award will go to a person who has overcome adversity to take on an exceptional challenge or achieve outstanding success.
The Active Agers award. This award will recognise an individual aged 60 or over whose attitude and approach to ageing is an inspiration to us all. They could be someone who has achieved significant success in the fields of sport, the arts, business, education or science and technology, or anyone who has accomplished a remarkable feat later in life.
The Hero Pet award will honour a hearing dog or other service animal who has transformed the life of their owner.
The Young Hero award will be given to a young person under 18 who has shown outstanding courage or taken on an exceptional challenge.
The Charity Champion award will recognise a volunteer, charity worker or fundraiser who has made a real difference to a cause they care about.
Single Act of Bravery will recognise a person who displays courage or daring and may have put their own life in danger to save the lives of others
Hero Celebrity will honour a celebrity who either has performed an act of courage or has shown outstanding dedication to a charity or organisation
In addition, our panel of judges will also choose our overall winner from the eight categories.
If you know someone who has demonstrated true heroism, we'd love to hear from you.