The Margarette Golding Award is an International Inner Wheel Award created, in 2000, in the name of Margarette Golding, the founder of Inner Wheel, for highly commendable personal service to the community
Nominations can be submitted for either a member of Inner Wheel or members of the general public whom the Club/District wish to honour.
The Award is to be given to a person who has given outstanding personal service to the local or wider community, which must be completely unconnected with work on behalf of Inner Wheel or for Inner Wheel fundraising.
The criteria for success are set high so that the award remains a truly significant marker of an individual’s commitment to others.Nomination form
|Year of Award||Name||Contributions|
|2022||Lorraine Margetts||In recognition of work in the community for many years: fundraising for the original Ranui Bone Marrow Trust Building; Forming/managing the Hornby SeniorNet. |
|2022||Nola Moffett||In recognition of longstanding service, dedication and support to projects and activities in the Hornby Community for over 50 years.|
|2019||Kate Hargraves||In recognition of her practical service and voluntary support in areas of need including Cancer, City Mission, Pacific Islands Operation Uplift. Women's Refuge and Days For Girls.|
|2019||Helen Griffin||In recognition of Helens tireless work to establish and support Days For girls in New Zealand as the first chapter to be established outside of the USA. Helen had set up 13 teams and advance production from 220 kit in 2011 to 3600 kits in 2018.|
In recognition of her services to the community including IHC,National Council of Women, Matamata Friendship Circle, Meals on wheels, Food bank, along with many others.
In recognition of her services to Save the Children over more than 30 years.
|2016||Sarah Clifford||In recognition of her founding the CanInspire Charitable Trust providing support with a sense of purpose for people affected by illness, trauma or loss.|
|2015||Helen Henderson||In recognition of her selfless concern for families by providing respite care in her own home for severely disabled babies through to young adults.|
|2015||Shirley Farquhar||In recognition of over 38 years service to Otago Seafarers Society, 36 years service to both Provincial and National Heart Foundation and 19 years volunteer First Church Centre.|
|2012||Barbara Walker||In recognition of her outstanding medical and missionary care of people, both in different conditions of war-ravaged countries in Africa and subsequently in New Zealand.|
|2011||Treena Van Rijssel||In recognition of ensuring a future for babies of pregnant teenagers. Emotional, Educational, social and parenting skills are nurtured in a safe have before and following birth.|
|2009||Pauline Lowe||In recognition of her contribution to the community of Hubli, India by creating and running an orphanage, child/adult training schools and the adoption of five orphans.|
|2004||Marie Barns||In recognition of continuing services to Inner Wheel, Catholic Social Services, Intellectually disabled people, own home respite care for families, Birthright, Girl Guiding and advocate for Migrant families.|
|2003||Ann Tutbury||In recognition of long outstanding service to NZ Red Cross including baking for Care and Craft, knitting for overseas refugees. 40 Years commitment to Meals on Wheels.|
|2003||Evelyn Laird||In recognition of the founding of Kihikihi Inner Wheel, Leader In Girls Brigade, Citizen Advice Bureau, Justice of the Peace - court panel - Tokanui Hospital Assessments. Anglican lay Minister. Te Awamutu Competition Society.|
|2002||Verna Richards||In recognition of her time and energy to driving for the blind and opened her home to many people over the years.|
|2002||Claire Balfour||In recognition her work with keeping young people safe in the environment of Internet pornography.|