Volunteer Awards

Each year the Macmillan Volunteer Awards celebrate our amazing volunteers around the UK. These regional and national awards offer the chance to say a huge thank you for the time, care, expertise and commitment our volunteers so generously give.

Congratulations to our 2020 winners

We’d like to say a big thank you and well done to all our regional and national award winners this year. While many of us are unable to come together to celebrate their outstanding achievements right now, their commitment to help people with cancer live life as fully as they can continues to inspire us all. To our winners and to all our volunteers, your support is valued now more than ever.

And our nine national award winners this year are...

The Sir Hugh Dundas Award – Mavis Paterson

The Corporate Volunteer Award – Louise Swann

The Douglas Macmillan Award – Sonia Tudor

The Deborah Hutton Award – Chris Hughes

The Vicky Clement-Jones Award – Online Community Champions

The Young Macmillan Champion Award – Lucy Creamer

The Richard Hambro Award – Maggie Riordan

The Service Team of the Year Award – End of Life Support Volunteer Service

The Fundraising Group/Committee Award – Antrim Committee

Meet our 2019 national winners

The Sir Hugh Dundas Award

This is Macmillan’s most prestigious award. For exceptionally passionate and committed individuals.

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The Corporate Volunteer Award

For employees of our corporate partners who make an outstanding contribution through volunteering.

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The Douglas Macmillan Award

For promoting Macmillan and having a significant impact.

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The Deborah Hutton Award

For supporting people affected by cancer.

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The Vicky Clement Jones Award

For using a personal cancer experience to help others.

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The Young Macmillan Champion Award

For inspiring and exceptional young volunteers.

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The Richard Hambro Award

For inspiring leaders.

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The Service Team of the Year Award

For passionate and determined teams supporting people affected by cancer.

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The Fundraising Group/Committee Award

For exceptional achievement through team work.

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