The Community Support Team has been shortlisted for the Community Organisation Award for Multistrand category at the National Diversity Awards 2023.
Hailed as the Golden Globes of the diversity world, The National Diversity Awards will be hosted by world renowned broadcaster, author, presenter and journalist Clare Balding CBE.
She said: “I'm so looking forward to hosting these awards and giving everyone the chance to celebrate the substantial achievements of our fabulously diverse community across a whole range of industries, businesses and charities.
An astonishing 90,000 people nominated this year alone and the results are finally in for the National Diversity Awards (NDA), with 120 nominees being recognised for their various achievements nationwide.
Community organisations and role models from across the UK will head to the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral on September, 15 for the awards ceremony.
Co founders of Hebburn Helps Jo Durkin and Angie Comerford along with Alison Wilson will be attending the awards ceremony.
Jo Durkin , Angie Comerford and Alison Wilson said: "We are thrilled to announce that Hebburn Helps has been shortlisted for the prestigious National Diversity Awards. This recognition further highlights the dedicated efforts and remarkable impact that our organisation has made in promoting inclusivity and equality within our community.
"We are honoured to be among such esteemed nominees and remain committed to our mission of making a positive change and offering support to those in need.
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