To nominate an Everyday Hero, choose from a category below, and
follow the link to fill in a nomination form. Return the
form to email@example.com by
5pm on Thursday 24 March 2016.
Please read the entry criteria and entry regulations prior to sending your
If you have any queries about nomination,
please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or
020 7324 4085
Best of luck!
An adult individual who has saved a life with first aid or has
made an extraordinary first aid achievement.
A young person who has saved a life with first
aid or has made an extraordinary first aid achievement. This award
is held in honour of Guy Evans, who died when first aid might have
given him a chance to live.
An individual of any age promoting or using first aid
effectively to the benefit of their local community.
An individual – or an organisation – that is passionate about
promoting the benefits of first aid awareness through equipping,
training or educating the local community.
Parent, carer or guardian who has used first aid on their own
child. Nominations can be made for an individual or a couple.
An educator, education establishment or youth group that ensures
an exemplary high level of first aid knowledge and practice among
pupils and group members.
An individual who has used first aid to save a life or made an
extraordinary first aid achievement whilst at work (this can be on
a colleague or visitor in the workplace).
An organisation of any size or nature that demonstrates an
outstanding level of provision and delivery of first aid, far
exceeding the mandatory legal requirements.
An active St John Ambulance volunteer of any age from within
England, the Commanderies and British Forces Overseas supporting
any area of the charity (i.e. first aiders, administrative support,
young volunteers etc. are all welcome to enter).