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NOAH wins Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

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NOAH wins Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

NOAH Enterprise has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. An impressive accolade granted to NOAH (New Opportunities and Horizons) for their range of services 'recognising the dignity and worth of homeless people by supporting them from the streets and into the community'.

The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK to recognise outstanding work done in their own communities. It was created in 2002 to celebrate the anniversary of The Queen's coronation and is considered the equivalent of an MBE for volunteer groups.

 NOAH’s Chief Executive, Jim O’Connor MBE says:

“We are particularly thrilled for this recognition of our 300 plus volunteers, who do so much to make possible the services that NOAH provides to people who are homeless, rough sleeping and otherwise destitute. They do this in so many ways whether it is by serving each evening in our soup kitchen, working in our shops, taking part in our delivery of welfare services or acting as trustees. It is perhaps more special because it reflects in this our anniversary year, three decades of continuous and growing service to those among the poorest in Bedfordshire.”


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