The Future Dreams Lightning Bolt Award in honour of Nicky Newman

Nicky Newman was an inspirational and adored member of the breast cancer community as she lived with courage, joy and love. The Future Dreams Lightning Bolt Award embraces the energy and light she brought to the world with her favourite motif that symbolises the impact she had on us all.

The Future Dreams Lightning Bolt Award in honour of Nicky Newman

The Lightning Bolt Award will be presented to an individual who has passionately embraced Nicky’s positivity and ‘Go Grab Life’ approach to life. #teamlightningbolt

The Award will be presented this September to the individual who, despite a breast cancer diagnosis, has grabbed life to the utmost. They could have a primary or secondary diagnosis, but they have used their diagnosis to live with joy and dynamism, inspiring others.

In announcing and promoting this award, Alex Newman, Nicky’s husband and Future Dreams are encouraging nominations from across the UK, of all ages.  Deadline for nominations is Sunday 14 July @ 6pm.

The shortlist will be announced in early August.  All shortlisted candidates will be invited to meet the judging panel and receive a congratulatory gift.  The winner and a guest will be invited to the Future Dreams Lunch at The Savoy, sponsored by Estee Lauder Companies on Thursday 26 September 2024. The award will be presented by Alex, and both mums, Glenda and Jane.

The judging panel includes, Alex, Glenda & Bob Marshall and Future Dreams Director, Sam Jacobs.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact  Reference Lightning Bolt Award.

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