Do you know someone who has made an exceptional contribution to the Cayman Islands? Someone who stands out for sustained and exceptional achievement and service? If so read on.
The honours system recognises people who have:
made achievements in public life
committed themselves to serving The Cayman Islands
They’ll usually have made life better for other people or be outstanding at what they do.
They must still be actively involved in what you’re nominating them for.
What people get honours for
People get honours for achievements like:
making a difference to their community or field of work
enhancing the reputation of The Cayman Islands
long-term voluntary service
innovation and entrepreneurship
changing things, with an emphasis on achievement
improving life for people less able to help themselves
displaying moral courage
Honours are given to people involved in fields including:
community, voluntary and local services
arts and media
science and technology
business and the economy
civil or political service
If you wish to nominate someone more information on the Honours system, nomination forms and guidance on submitting nominations can be found on the following web page:
Nominations should be submitted to the Governor’s Office to be reviewed by the Cayman Honours Committee, who will decide which nominations to submit to the UK.
The deadline for Governor’s Office to receive nominations is close of business on 29 October.
Nominations can be sent by email to GovernorsOffice.Cayman@fcdo.gov.uk or dropped off to the reception desk at the Government Administration Building.
Alternatively, you can send by post to Suite 101 Government Administration Building, Grand Cayman KY1-9000, by the earlier deadline of 25 October.