Cause UK is delighted that our client QED-UK has received a major national award in the presence of Guest of Honour Prime Minister David Cameron. The influx of interest from key stakeholders of the charity since winning the Award shows how crucial such recognition can be for those in the not-for-profit sector who want to position themselves as influencers, shaping the sector they work in.
We have a track-record for getting our clients shortlisted for Awards that matter to them. If your organisation is looking for support to write those all important entries, do contact firstname.lastname@example.org to see if we can help you.
Prime Minister David Cameron joined 800 people at London’s Grosvenor House on 31 March to celebrate the very best of British Muslim Achievement. Amongst the other 15 winners were, in sport, Mo Farah, Olympic gold medallist, who is also involved in various philanthropic initiatives; in the media, Roohi Hasan, a senior producer at ITV News, and the children’s award went to 10-year-old, Ahmed Saleh, who has won numerous kickboxing and freestyle karate titles at national, European, and global levels.
Click here to read about QED-UK winning the coveted Uthman Dan Fodio Award for Excellence in Community Development at the twelfth Muslim News Awards for Excellence.