Quest4hope founder Robert Groves has been shortlisted for the UK’ Largest Diversity Awards
Robert Groves’s founder of Quest4hope from Crawley West Sussex has been shortlisted for the¬ Lifetime Achiever Award! 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.
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 breathtaking Liverpool Anglican Cathedral on 15th September to witness the countries 2023 winners being crowned the best of British diversity.Amongst those being honoured are charities, campaigners and activists, all of whom work tirelessly to combat injustice and discrimination in very different ways.
He said: “To be shortlisted for an award out of 90,000 nominations is something I never imagined but I am so grateful for! Thank you to every single person that took the time to vote for me! It has been a huge boost after a couple of difficult years with the pandemic. It will truly be an unforgettable night at the National Diversity Awards 2023 with so many incredible people at the beautiful Liverpool Cathedral!"
“Everyone at Quest4hope works so hard for very little acclaim so this event is a fantastic showcase to raise awareness of disability sport, the seriousness of animal abuse, climate change and pollution in our oceans around the world.”
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