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Following the announcement, an overwhelming number of entries were received, and we need your help to choose the winner from the three finalists.
Meet our finalists who have all been nominated for their commitment and dedication to their local communities:
1: Steven from St Annes, UK.
2: Nicole from Virginia Beach, USA.
3: Tanmay from Pune, India.
Steven, a grassroots football coach and lifelong City fan, has been nominated for his tireless efforts in ensuring that children from his local community have access to the beautiful game, no matter their background or ability.
For the last two years, City fan Nicole, has been volunteering for StandUp For Kids Hampton Roads, a non-profit supporting homeless youths in Virginia Beach, giving all her spare time to make sure vulnerable young people have access to food, shelter and support.
Tanmay is the founding member of Pune’s Official Manchester City Supporters Club and regularly mobilises other supporters for local initiatives such as organizing children’s football matches, fundraising for local and national charities and providing food donations for the underprivileged.
City fans around the world have until midnight on Friday 31st May to cast their vote via the Cityzens portal.
The top-voted Community Hero and their nominator will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to represent Manchester City and SAP on an international volunteering trip to Bangkok with Cityzens Giving. They will then fly to meet some of their own heroes from the reigning Premier League champions, Manchester City, on their pre-season tour.
Choosing a winner is sure to be tough decision.
Now, it's time to play your part and choose your Community Hero.
Bangalore’s Safe Water project, supported by the Club’s water technology partner Xylem, was the top voted project in the 2018 Cityzens Giving campaign.