2014 Winners

2014 Winners

Positive Role Models

Mohammed  zaf

Mohammed Zafran: Positive Role Award for Age

Mohammed overcame adversity by channelling energy into helping others often by self-funding projects.

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Sarah ChapmanSarah Chapman: Positive Role Award for Disability

After leaving school with no qualifications and undiagnosed dyslexia, Sarah had low self esteem and no confidence. 

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Karen Ingala

Karen Ingala Smith: Positive Role Award for Gender

Karen Ingala Smith has spent the last 24 years working with women who have experienced domestic and sexual violence. 

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Aderonke Apata

Aderonke Apata: Positive Role Award for LGBT

Aderonke is a feminist and human rights activist. After fleeing torture and the threat of death for being lesbian in Nigeria, she has proved to be an unstoppable force in fighting for justice. 

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SONIA mEGGIE

Sonia Meggie: Positive Role Award for Race, Religion & Faith

Sonia Meggie, founder of Inspirational YOU, a London based social enterprise launched in March 2010.

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Entrepreneur of Excellence

Rioch Edwards

Rioch Edwards-Brown

Rioch Edwards-Brown, a mother of 4, set up ‘So You Wanna Be In TV?’ after her son was shot and stabbed while in school. 

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Community Organisations

All Sorts Youth

All Sorts Youth Project: Community Organisation Award for Age

Founded in 1999, Brighton based organisation Allsorts Youth Project provide youth volunteering opportunities to LGBT young people, which includes peer education in schools and colleges. 

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Shabang

Shabang!: Community Organisation Award for Disability

An amazing theatre group run by Kim Reuter and Russ Elias. A huge set of nominations and some stunning evidence demonstrate why Shabang Theatre is so popular amongst its supporters. 

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Working With Men

Working With Men: Community Organisation Award for Gender

Working with Men exists so all boys and men can be productive and active members of society, and that organisations work in ways that include and support boys and men, particularly those who are socially or economically disadvantaged or excluded. 

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London Friend

London Friend: Community Organisation Award for LGBT 

Established in 1972, London Friend is the UK’s oldest LGBT charity dedicated to the health and mental well-being of the LGBT community in and around London and the South East. 

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ACLT

African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust: Community Organisation Award for Race

ACLT was co-founded by Beverley De-Gale OBE and Orin Lewis OBE in 1996, after they received the devastating news their 6 year old son Daniel De-Gale, had been diagnosed with leukaemia.  

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Give Em Hope

The Give Em Hope Campaign: Community Organisation Award for Multi-Strand

The Give ’em Hope Campaign is an inclusive and inspirational celebration of diversity; an online initiative to encourage and uplift those who feel marginalised, isolated or limited by labels. 

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Diverse Company Award

Sussex

Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust was established in 2008 and is represented by 5,000 passionate and dedicated clinicians and support staff, working hand in hand with partners in the community to care for and support vulnerable people. 

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Lifetime Achiever Award

Dilys Price

Dilys Price OBE

Dilys Price OBE; B.Ed (Hons); M.Ed, Hon Fellow Cardiff Metropolitan University (CMU). It is difficult to fit so many achievements into one paragraph but during Dilys’ 82 years, her commitment, passion and true dedication has improved the lives of many.

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Special Recognition Award

Stephen SuttonStephen Sutton MBE

Stephen Sutton MBE was a British blogger and charity activist known for his blog ‘Stephen’s Story’, and his fundraising efforts for the Teenage Cancer Trust charity.

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