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12 deeds of Christmas is back!

12 deeds of Christmas is back!

With Christmas just around the corner, we’re back with the 12 deeds of Christmas, and this year the campaign is more important than ever!

The 12 deeds of Christmas is our way of celebrating the stars in our communities. Those individuals or groups who have gone the extra mile to help others and deserve a big thank you.

Each weekday, from the 7th to the 22nd December, we will be recognising and rewarding a different community star. But to do this, we need your help!

We’re asking you to nominate who you think deserves to receive one of our 12 deeds. Now is your chance to celebrate their great work.

This year we are splitting it in to two categories

Good neighbour

Many of us wouldn’t know what we would have done without our neighbours this year. Is there someone who lives on your street or somewhere nearby who has been a big help to you this year?

Maybe it’s someone who has helped you personally, or someone who is known for uplifting people’s spirits with acts of kindness, their selflessness, or with entertainment and good fun.

The nominees must either be a Karbon customer or a person who has had a big impact on Karbon customers.

 

Community hero

Charities, organisations and local community projects have really sprung in to action this year and delivered amazing work in the community. We want to hear about the groups and the individuals behind them that have been your heroes through this.

Maybe they’ve delivered food, supplies, or prescriptions, offered support to you or someone in your household, or provided a break from reality through entertainment and fun.

The nominees must be located within a community which Karbon works in and must have had a big impact on Karbon customers.

 

To make your nomination complete this quick form.

From all the nominations we receive 12 will be chosen, six from each category, and each will receive a thank you to the value of £100.

Closing date for entries is Sunday 15 November.

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2 November 2020

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