IoS Happy List 2013: Wanted - the people who make Britain a better place
Sunday 17 March 2013
Our sixth annual Independent on Sunday Happy List is now being prepared, and we're seeking nominations. The Happy List is our antidote to all those rich lists, wealth lists, and celebrity lists, and celebrates 100 people who give back; those who, without thought of personal gain or recognition, make Britain a better, more well-adjusted, and happier place.
Your nomination could be anyone whose motive is increasing human happiness, rather than feathering their own nest. But not celebrities. All we need are a few details, and the reason you're nominating them. We'll do the rest.
Send your nominations by email to email@example.com, (no attachments, please) or by post to: IoS Happy List, Letters editor, Independent on Sunday, 2 Derry Street, London W8 5HF.
To view last year's list, click: HERE
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