A social group for people with and without disabilities.
Chester Adult Phab has been presented with The Queen’s Award
for Voluntary Service The MBE for volunteer groups
|Mission||Aims to promote and encourage people of all abilities to come together on equal terms, to achieve complete inclusion within the wider community.|
|Beschreibung||Affiliated to Phab UK, www.phab.org.uk a national charity founded in 1957.|
Chester Adult Phab gains prestigious award - 2012
We are proud to announce on 2 June 2012,
Chester Adult Phab has been presented with
The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service
The MBE for volunteer groups
This award is made annually recognising and rewarding excellence in voluntary activities carried out by groups in the community.
The award is the highest honour that can be given to voluntary groups, the equivalent in status to an MBE and is given for outstanding achievement by groups of volunteers who regularly devote their time to helping others in the community. www.direct.gov.uk/qavs.
CVA www.chesterva.org.uk supported our application and Dial House www.dialhousechester.org.uk
Chester Adult Phab celebrates during July 2012 their nomination for Champion Team of the year, Your Champions award 2012 hosted by Trinity Mirror Cheshire (Chester Chronicle) and Scottish Power.
We are proud to announce Chester Adult Phab are winners of this award for Chester.
The award an engraved picture frame and photograph plus certificate was presented to myself as Chair and Kate (who nominated our club) at a gala dinner on Friday 9 November 2012 at The Crowne Plaza Hotel, Chester.
We were so pleased to be shortlisted for Chester as competition was very high.
Members from Chester Adult Phab nominated three times in the last five years for Paul Hope Awards.
A special award is given each year for outstanding work and achievement in fulfilling Phabs aims.
This award, made annually is in memory of the late Paul Hope. Paul Hope was Phab Club Services and Development Officer at Phab head office during the 80’s and early 90’s.
The award is presented to person(s) deemed to have excelled in fulfilling Phabs aim to promote and encourage people of all abilities to come together on equal terms, to achieve complete inclusion within the wider community.