Have your say on who should win the AITC award.
A panel of AITC employees has put forward 11 nominees for the inaugural Albion in the Community Award and fans are now being asked to vote for the one they want to win.
These fall into a number of key focus areas, including: disability; schools; social inclusion; health; further education; and football development.
Over the last year AITC has worked with more than 30,000 people across Sussex and now delivers around 60 different programmes and projects.
AITC has launched the new award to celebrate the individual who best represents the charity’s work and the impact it has in the local area.
Albion in the Community is asking Brighton & Hove Albion fans to vote for one of 11 people connected with the charity to win a new end-of-season award.
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A full list of the finalists, why they have been nominated and how to vote online can be found on AITC’s website here: http://www.albioninthecommunity.org.uk/vote-now-winner-albion-community-award-2017/
Anyone who submits their details alongside their vote will be entered into a free prize draw to win one of Jamie Murphy’s signed, match issue Brighton & Hove Albion shirts.
To be in with a chance to win fans must have made their vote by 5pm today (6th March). However, general voting has been extended by 24 hours to 5pm on Tuesday 7th March.
Matt Dorn, chief executive officer at AITC, said, “We work with so many people that it is impossible to celebrate each of them individually so we wanted to come up with a way to showcase some of the fantastic things some of the people we work with have achieved over the last 12 months.
“Whoever wins will certainly be well-deserving.”