Award submission for non-profit organisation

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The objective

Submit a written application for a non-profit organisation to be shortlisted for the Awards for Excellence in the ‘teamwork’ category.

The challenge

The prestigious Awards for Excellence competition is popular on the Isle of Man,  with many organisations competing to be shortlisted. Yet, only three entries per category can be finalists, and these nominees will demonstrate the highest level of excellence in their industry in relation to the category chosen. Every area of the local community: business, government and charitable organisations are represented.

The process

The Awards for Excellence applications are reviewed against a strict criterion to ensure they clearly demonstrate the Freedom to Flourish values of resilience, resourcefulness, independent thinking and loyalty to the community.

Imekota worked with the client to gather the necessary information about who the organisation are – including their values and vision – and why what they have achieved is special. After speaking with the client to tease out the necessary information, a 4,000-word submission was written to demonstrate true excellence in what they do.

When writing the submission, Imekota evidenced measurable results of what has been achieved by the organisation, feedback from customers and clients, and a genuine passion for their business. After the client had signed off the finished submission, it was printed and hand-delivered to the Isle of Man Newspapers.

The results

  • The organisation was shortlisted for the award
  • The profile of the organisation was significantly raised through pre and post event PR
  • The core team were able to network at the event and gain useful contacts

 

“Just found out we’ve been shortlisted! Thank you so much for helping with our entry. We couldn’t have done it without you!”

– Client feedback

 

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