Closing date extended: You have until Monday to nominate your Women of the Year
16th Nov 2019
IMAGE Women of the Year
Do you know a woman who has achieved something special this year, or whose work has impacted the people around her? Perhaps she’s a carer, or a strong presence within her community. Maybe she’s courageous and deserves special recognition.
This winter, IMAGE has teamed up with Tesco finest* to champion real Irish women who are making a difference in society. Whether it’s in the world of sports, family, friendship, politics, activism or the arts – we want to know who she is and why she’s impressed you.
And, with just two days left to nominate her for our IMAGE Women of the Year Awards, you’ll need to act fast.
IMAGE Women of the Year awards
Nominations for our IMAGE Women of the Year Awards are open until midnight on Monday, November 18.
After that, we’ll compile a shortlist of these inspiring women, all of whom will be invited to a glamorous awards ceremony in the Westbury Hotel on Tuesday, December 10.
Nominees and guests will enjoy a luxurious, five-star drinks reception, followed by a delicious three-course meal from Westbury head chef Sandeep Singh, while winners are announced.
It’s guaranteed to be a warm, uplifting ceremony – but we need your help.
To nominate your IMAGE Women of the Year 2019, sponsored by Tesco finest*, see the categories and link below:
– Community Spirit
– Fundraiser of the Year
– Carer of the Year
– Special Recognition
– Courage Award
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