People of all ages and nationalities are eligible to receive an Abu Dhabi Award – take a look at the Awards website to find out more about those honored in recent years.
The Awards recognize people from the entire Emirate of Abu Dhabi, including Al Ain and Al Dhafra. They also recognize citizens doing good deeds for Abu Dhabi who live overseas.
Abu Dhabi Award recipients are chosen based on the type of deeds they have done for the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, regardless of nationality. There have been a number of non-Arab winners in previous years.
The Awards are open to all individuals residing in, or doing work for the betterment of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
It takes just one nomination to be considered for an Award. Recipients are selected on the basis of their actions not on the basis of how many nominations they have received.
The nomination process is simple! To make a nomination you can simply visit the website (www.abudhabiawards.ae).
People of all ages can nominate those who have contributed to the community of Abu Dhabi.
Each nomination is valuable. One nomination from the general public is all it takes for a person to be considered by the judging panel.
Any deed, big or small, that benefits the community for Abu Dhabi in some way is worthy of a nomination. It’s easier than you think to make a difference in someone’s life.
Nominating is an act of goodness in itself. Nominating someone who has made a contribution to the Emirate also means that you are making your own contribution in recognizing them.