The 4th “Outstanding Little Life Warriors Award” and The 1st “Little Warriors’ Carers Award” nomination period will be started in July 1.
The 4th “Outstanding Little Life Warriors Award”
The 4th “Outstanding Little Life Warriors Award” is organised by Little Life Warrior Society (LLWS) for people who have had cancer, severe blood diseases or bone marrow transplant during their childhood and who have made great achievements afterwards. The objectives of the Award are:
• To recognize their outstanding achievements and perseverance in spite of their suffering from severe diseases;
• To enable them to serve as role models for other children in similar situations to be positive, to excel and to give back to society;
• To raise public awareness of the needs of child cancer patients, child patients having undergone bone marrow transplant or suffering from severe blood diseases.
LLWS held the 1st “Outstanding Little Life Warriors Award”in 2015 and this year comes to the 4th Award. Through organising the election, LLWS wishes to encourage more patients and survivors to head for success and create a better life with a perseverant attitude.
Nomination period for the 4th “Outstanding Little Life Warriors Award” is from 1 July 2019 to 31 August 2019.
Download the Outstanding Little Life Warriors Award nomination form, please click here
Download the Outstanding Little Life Warriors Award regulation, please click here
The 1st “Little Warriors’ Carers Award”
Apart from proper medical treatment, Carer’s utmost care and attention are also very important for childhood cancer patients during the time they are suffering from the disease. “Little Warriors’ Carers Award” aims at commending those who have been taking care of childhood cancer patients. The Carers fight the disease with the children and comfort them physically and mentally. They give unconditionally and offered their love and care to these sick children. The objectives are:
- to recognize exemplary Carers and to encourage Carers who selflessly give and support these children from behind,
- to inspire Carers who face similar situation to have a positive view towards life, to understand that they are not alone, together they are on the track to share and help each other, and to realize the vision of “working together to win the battle against cancer” with child patients.
Nomination period for the 1st “Little Warriors’ Carers Award” is from 1 July 2019 to 31 August 2019.
Little Warriors’ Carers Nominee’s Eligibility
- must have taken care of child patients who either suffer cancer, severe blood diseases or have undergone bone marrow transplant, provided for daily living for the sick children, consoled in spirit, or provided support in medical care,
- Carer proposer must provide written commendations in 300-1,000 words and explain the reasons for their nomination.
- for example, a Carer may be the child’s family member, teacher, medical staff, etc.
Download the Outstanding Little Life Warriors Award regulation and nomination form, please click here
Nomination Procedures of The 4th “Outstanding Little Life Warriors Award” and The 1st “Little Warriors’ Carers Award”
Nominee must submit the materials by post or in person to “Little Life Warrior Society, M/F, Sir Yue Kong Pao Centre for Cancer, Prince of Wales Hospital, 30-32 Ngan Shing Street, Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong” on or before 31 August 2019 (subject to postmark date). Please mark The 4th “Outstanding Little Life Warriors Award” or “The Little Warriors’ Carers Award” on the envelope if submitted by post. Please note that the form will be uploaded to the website on July 1, 2019. Please refer to the application forms for the details.
Tel: 3505 1262/ 3505 3987
Email: [email protected]
1. All documents and materials submitted will not be returned. Please do not submit any original copies.
2. All documents and materials collected will ONLY be used for the awards. All information collected will be kept confidential and destroyed after the completion of the whole event.
3. LLWS reserves the rights to change the regulations as deemed necessary.
4. LLWS reserves the right of making final decision in case of conflicts.
5. In case of discrepancies between the Chinese and English versions of this document, Chinese version will prevail.
Mr. Cheung Tak Kit John, Prof. Lam Tai Ning Teddy, Mr. Lo Chun Kwan Johnson, Dr. Ma Louis Chee Keung
- Department of Paediatrics of The Chinese University of Hong Kong or The University of Hong Kong
- Prince of Wales Hospital, Princess Margaret Hospital, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Queen Mary Hospital or Tuen Mun Hospital and The Hong Kong Paediatric Haematology and Oncology Study Group
- Hong Kong Children’s Hospital
For details, please download the award materials:
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