Tuesday 6 December 2016

Do you know someone who deserves recognition? Nominate them for a Hidden Heroes Award

Published 23/06/2016 | 11:52

At the launch of Hidden Heroes in Dublin were, from left,
Irish paralympian Niamh McCarthy; Neala Dempsey; campaigner Joanne O’Riordan; Stephen Leddy, managing director of Hidden
Hearing; Irish paralympian Greta Steimikyte; and Hilary Noonan.
Photo: Naoise Culhane
At the launch of Hidden Heroes in Dublin were, from left, Irish paralympian Niamh McCarthy; Neala Dempsey; campaigner Joanne O’Riordan; Stephen Leddy, managing director of Hidden Hearing; Irish paralympian Greta Steimikyte; and Hilary Noonan. Photo: Naoise Culhane

The Hidden Heroes Awards are back and if you know someone who deserves recognition for the work they do then put their names forward.

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We all know people who are the real heroes in our society, people who give their valuable time, energy and passion to other people, causes or activities with total selflessness. Being honoured or congratulated for their work is probably the last thing they’d expect, but we all know they deserve it.

The Hidden Heroes Awards recognise the achievements of people, young and old, who have made a significant contribution to Irish society, in their community, workplace, family or through sporting excellence.

To nominate someone you know who deserves to be recognised, fill in the form below.

 

 

The Hidden Hearing Heroes Awards were established in 2011 to honour those who have made a significant contribution to Irish society, their community, workplace, family or through sporting excellence. The awards are nominated across ten categories. The Awards take place at ceremony in Dublin on the 5th September this year, hosted by broadcaster Mary Kennedy. Deadline for entries is 5th August 2016.

Hidden Hearing is Ireland's premiere professional provider of hearing healthcare with a national network of over seventy five clinics.

For further information please visit www.hiddenhearing.ie/heroes

Sponsored by: Hidden Hearing

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