On Winning the Queen's Award for Voluntary Services
By Member, Jun 7 2018 05:21PM
Samantha Day, a Trustee for One Community Development Trust said:
“As a trustee, volunteer and beneficiary, who is born and bred in Tilbury, we are thrilled to be acknowledged to receive the prestigious Queens Award for Voluntary Services. This gives us recognition and credibility which will increase our profile and reputation to work in partnership with corporate businesses on our doorstep, as well as other charitable trusts and Foundations. We would like to thank and appreciate all our volunteers for their passion and dedication over the years in supporting the community to become a place to be proud to live and work”.
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