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2017 Queens Award for Voluntary Service Winners

20 June 2017

Volunteer Now are delighted to congratulate the 18 Awardees for this years Queens Award for Voluntary Service.

Recognising outstanding volunteering, this Award is the highest Award given to groups of volunteers. Sandra Adair, Director, Volunteer Now said

It is a great reflection of the quality of volunteering in Northern Ireland to achieve 18 Awards. Well done to all the volunteers!

Here is a list of the 2017 Awardess:

  • Antrim Youth Information & Counselling Centre
  • Mid & East Antrim Agewell Partnership
  • TIDAL (Toome Industrial Development, Amenities & Leisure) Ltd
  • Kilcooley Women's Centre
  • Headhunters Railway Museum
  • Castlecaulfield Horticultural Society
  • Military and Policy Support of West Tyrone (MAPS)
  • Superstars Club, Cookstown
  • The Hub BT80
  • The Niamh Louise Foundation
  • Connswater Community & Leisure Services
  • East Belfast Survivors of Suicide (SOS)
  • Volunteers of the Welcome Organisation
  • Welkway Community Association
  • Wandsworth Community Association
  • Burnfoot Community Association
  • Foyle Women's Information Network
  • Kinship Care Northern Ireland

If you involve volunteers, you too could achieve this Award. Go to https://qavs.direct.gov.uk and find out about the nomination process or talk to the NI QAVS Representative Walter Rader on 078 8073 7158.

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