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We are delighted, bemused and encouraged to  receive several awards. Bemused because we feel that we have scarcely got going with the vision, but encouraged that other influential bodies believe that Hope into Action is on the right track

Silver Winner of the Christian Funders’ Forum Award 2015

We are delighted to have been award a prestigious Silver at the Christian Funders’ Forum Award in the category for Best Faith-Inspired Social Action Project. Ed collected the award in London alongside Kelly and Ian, two of our tenants.

Congratulations to all of the other winners and thank you to the members of the Christian Funders’ Forum for making it a special evening.

Winner of the 2013 CSJ Award.

 

Over 200 charities and projects were considered for the CSJ (Centre for Social Justice) awards and there were 6 winners. We were delighted and honoured that Hope into Action won an award. Ed Walker, Executive Director for Hope into Action commented:

“though we are aware there is so much we can do better we would like to dedicate it to all our church volunteers who have given up their time, energy and love and also to our tenants who are the real heroes of our story”.

“The Government values the contribution that Hope into Action makes towards helping vulnerable adults regain their place in the community. I wish them continuing success in the future.”

– Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP, Founder and Patron of Centre for Social Justice.

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Neil Morrissey presenting the CSJ award to Ed and Cecil from Hope into Action

We won the following awards in November 2012

The EA Serve Award

For the most inspiring project in the 2012 Inspire Awards, organised and hosted by Inspire magazine at the Palace of Westminster. We were nominated by someone independently, and then awarded winner.

evangelical alliance award

Trustees Andy Lanning and Ed Walker collecting the award in Houses of Parliament

Living Well Trust Community Leader award

We were awarded the Community Leader award from Living Well Trust. This again was a national competition.

Mustard Seed Award

Sponsored by Premier radio and the Christian Initiative Trust – there were 200 applicants from across the country and awards were given to the most innovative project. We came second.

Ed Walker with the Mustard Seed Award in London

Peterborough Business Awards

Sponsored by Rawlinsons, and  competing against many voluntary sector organisations from across Peterborough  – we were runners-up in the Not for Profit section.

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Peterborough Telegraph Business Awards