Congrats to the winner of the RL360 Team Spirit and Wellbeing Award... Luke John!
Luke stepped up to make sure his colleagues at Capital International Group had the resources to keep safe and well at home during lockdown by single-handedly creating packs which included tips on recipes, exercise, music and much more.
He also kept staff connected by organising events and creating a virtual staffroom where colleagues from both the Isle of Man and South Africa could catch up, making a huge impact on staff wellbeing.
Luke brought home with him a brand new macbook to help with all the additional charity and mental health work he does in his spare time.
What a superstar!
And the winner of the ZEDRA Group Young Citizen category is.... Jayden Gaines!
Jayden decided he wanted to raise money for an important cause. He challenged himself by cycling 100 miles in under two weeks, which he successfully completed.
The money he raised went to Ramsey Rugby Club Doorstep Deliveries on behalf of the Isle of Man Foodbank His goal was to raise £100 which he smashed, donating a grand total of £2,370 to the club to help with essential support for vulnerable people.
Jayden took home a brand new Go Pro, Skateboard and Helmet attachment to catch all the action on camera!
Thanks to his nominator - Emma
Winner of the Charitable Endeavours category is .... Christian Varley MBE
Christian took on the incredible challenge of undertaking 19 full marathons in 19 consecutive days to raise money for the Manx Solidarity Fund.
In doing so he raised more than £100,000 for the charity which supported our community.
Wowzaaa! No wonder he won the Charitable Endeavours category sponsored by Isle of Man Advertising & PR!
And the winner of the Caring for the Vulnerable award, sponsored by Ramsey Crookalll, is Helen Walmsley.
Helen runs charity Manx Children's Charity, A Little Piece of Hope, During lockdown, she organised shopping deliveries for families they support across the Island. She also arranged for monthly ‘anxiety boxes’ to be delivered to poorly children.
Taking home a laptop to help with the admin work behind the charity. We hope you had a fantastic night celebrating with us Helen!
A group which comprises of 30 laser cutter and 3D printer owners across the Isle of Man who gathered skills and resources to cater to the increased need for PPE at a time when demand was high.
The group coordinated a community driven response, resulting in almost 3,500 face shields being produced by 3D printers in just two weeks. This was done alongside their day-to-day jobs.
Dave Harding, Gareth Hinge and Michael Flynn from Ramsey Rugby Club rallied together as soon as the initial lockdown was announced to make sure no vulnerable people in the north of the Island went without. In no time at all they set up ‘Doorstep Deliveries’ which involved the distribution of Isle of Man Foodbank parcels as well as organising shopping and prescription deliveries for shielding, isolating and returning residents.
The team temporarily looked after the Government’s ‘Home Care’ services to free up staff to work on the front line. Crossroads staff had to adapt to new roles and went the extra mile to ensure the charity could continue to provide much needed respite to service users.
Have a fab evening wine tasting at Wine Down at Macfarlane's!
The final winner of the night was Dylan Walton
This incredible young man won the Overcoming Adversity award, sponsored by Boston Multi Family Office.
Eight-year-old Dylan has cerebral palsy and epilepsy, but that didn’t stop him from setting himself some ambitious challenges to raise money for Rebecca House Children's Hospice and COVID-19 relief charities. In total, Dylan has raised a phenomenal £30,000!
Dylan was award a bespoke bike suited to his needs thanks to Bikestyle Isle of Man's help! We hope you have a blast zooming around on this Dylan. You more than deserve it!