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SMASH Awarded The Queen’s Award For Voluntary Services
The Queen’s Award is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK, in appreciation of outstanding work in their local communities. It is the MBE for volunteer groups.
SMASH Chief Executive, Helen Fisher said:
“It is an honour to receive this award. The Queen’s Award is not about the work done by SMASH, it is recognition of all the time and effort which volunteers put in to make what we do possible. Collectively, our volunteers give over eight and a half thousand hours every year towards our work. Every volunteer who offers their time deserves appreciation from us all, and this award is a chance to highlight how important the volunteers are, to SMASH, to the children and young people, and also to the wider community.”
Here is SMASH Trustee, Steven Sedgwick (4th from left) being presented with a cheque for £500 by the Swindon & District ...
New Training Dates for our next team of Volunteers - Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th August at Blunsdon House Hotel ...
This annual popular Fair is taking place on Saturday 14th July from 2pm. Why not go along and support it? ...
Training for our new team of Mentors is planned for the 18th and 19th August 2018 at Blunsdon House Hotel. Click SMASH ...
The Queen's Award is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK, in appreciation of outstanding work ...
Could You Volunteer With SMASH As A Mentor?
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If You Know A Young Person That Needs Our Help Then:-
Please ring our office on 01793 729748 and speak to one of our Case Managers.
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