Volunteering, Clubs and Societies Awards

The SRC’s annual Volunteering, Clubs & Societies Awards celebrate the various achievements and success stories of affiliated societies.

The SRC’s annual award show is being revamped! It’s bigger and better with all new award categories.

Each year the SRC has successfully run the VCS awards but this year, the award show is being completely rejuvenated. Working alongside the University, with a new venue in the Kelvin Gallery, a buffet and drinks reception as well as all new awards, it is an event you would not be wanting to miss.

We want to celebrate the dedication and fantastic achievements that our clubs and societies have worked so hard towards throughout the year.

We have also decided this year to open two awards to the general student population allowing for anyone doing anything worthwhile to receive an award.

Therefore this year the VCS nominations were open to all students at Glasgow University! Nominations are now closed.

If you have been shortlisted for an award you will then be invited to the ceremony held on the 17th of February; keep the date in your diary!

Award Categories

 

You can find a list of the award categories below.

Nomination Shortlist

Most Dedicated Member:

Katrina Maslova, Flow Arts

 Jocelyn Gilmour, Charity Fashion Show

Caitlin Bell, Psychology Society

Rosie Birchard, Erasmus Student Network

 Winner: Caitlin Bell

New Club/Society Award:

Coppafeel Uni Boob Team Glasgow

Coffee Appreciation Society

Disney Society

Pro Wrestling Society

Kitten Heel Society

Winner: Disney Society 

Innovative Activity Award:

Kitten Heel Society

Flow Arts

‘Nerd’ Events: Manga and Anime Society, Disney Society, Gaming Society, Pause Gaming, Doctor Who Society, IO Science Fiction and Fantasy Society, Harry Potter Society

Special Mention – Danny Walker and Natalia Garcia

 Winner: Flow Arts

Glasgow World Changer – Community Engagement:

Teddy Bear Hospital

57th Annual GUVMA Rodeo Committee

Art Afternoons

 Winner: Art Afternoons

Fundraising Award:

Mary’s Meal

Language4Water

Glasgow Marrow

Winner: Language4Water 

Exceptional Campaign Award:

Red Alert Society

Glasgow Marrow

Elephant in the Room

 Pronoun Pledge

 Winner: Elephant in the Room

Club or Society Showcase Award:

Erasmus Student Network

 Scottish Country Dance Club

Cheese Society

Winner: Erasmus Student Network

(Open to SRC affiliated clubs and societies only)

This award is for the club or society which has worked consistently to put on interesting, creative and popular events and activities during the year.

Nomination form

(Open to any registered student)

This award will be given to recognise the work carried out by an individual, group of individuals or Club/Society in running campaigning work designed to raise awareness, challenge inequality or promote diversity on campus.

Nomination form

(Open to SRC affiliated clubs and societies only)

This award is made to any affiliated club or society or individual member which has led successful fundraising activities during the year.

Generally awarded to a club or society who have led a successful fundraiser or who have participated in raising and giving activities over the year, but individuals are also eligible for nomination. Whether you have participated in individual fundraising challenges, hosted a charity Ceilidh or shindig, we want to hear about every good cause that you have been raising money for or every good deed you have been doing.

Nomination form

(Open to any registered student)

This award is for any individual student’s, group of students, SRC Affiliated Club/Society who can demonstrate partnership working with local community groups in the Glasgow area. This work should be done to challenge deprivation or inequality, and to build positive partnerships between the University and the local community.

Nomination form

(Open to SRC affiliated clubs and societies only)

Has your club or society come up with a new and exciting event? Or found an inventive way to publicise or fundraise for your society? Is your club or society an innovation in itself? We want to hear about what innovative ideas your club or society has had. We want to celebrate what makes your club or society unique and reward all creativity and fresh ideas.

Nomination form

(Open to SRC affiliated clubs and societies only)

Perhaps your President is a visionary, who tirelessly works for the good of your club/society, establishing networks and links during every waking moment. Perhaps an ordinary member of your club/society has shown themselves to be particularly dedicated to your cause. Perhaps somebody you know is volunteering for a project and never expects to have their contributions recognised. Whatever your reason for nominating somebody in this category, the ‘Most Dedicated Member Award’ recognises and celebrates the impact that individuals can have on clubs/societies and volunteering projects.

Nomination form

(Open to SRC affiliated clubs and societies only)

Is your club or society new this year? We want to hear how your first year has gone: what kind of activities and events you have put on, how you have successfully engaged new members, and any other ways in which your first year as a society has been a success.

Nomination form

(Nominated by SVSS partner organisations)

This award is nominated by SVSS partner charities and will recognise students who have shown commitment, enthusiasm and dedication in their volunteering activities over the last year.

This award is nominated by our partner organisations and is not open to general nominations. To nominate please contact the partner organisations lead.