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Noah's Ark Children's Hospice wins a London Children of Courage Award

Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice Home Support and Family Activities Volunteering Services have won a prestigious award. The London Children of Courage Awards 2018, hosted by St James’s Place Charitable Foundation honour deserving young people in London. However, one of the categories is the Inspirational Care Award to recognise a Care Team that have made a significant difference to the lives of children in London. Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice have won this category in 2018.
Rachel Black, Director of Care says: “Noah’s Ark Home Support and Family Activities Volunteers are wonderful – we’ve always known it and how lovely it is to have extra recognition from other people!  I am outrageously proud of you all and immensely grateful for all the ways that you make a difference to individual children, young people and families. There are a huge number of people who might benefit from the support of Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice, and we simply could not reach as many of them without the dedication of you, our volunteers. I thank you most sincerely for the difference you are making every day.”

Ru Watkins, our CEO says: “This award is truly testimony of the energy, enthusiasm and commitment of our staff and volunteers.  Huge congratulations and thank for your wonderful work and support.” 

The Noah’s Ark staff attending the Awards ceremony were; 

•    Ru Watkins – Chief Executive
•    Helen Marshall – Team Leader- Home Support and Family Activities Volunteers
•    Anna Fitzgibbon – Home Support Volunteer Project Manager
•    Charlotte Avern – Family Activities Coordinator
•    Rachel Yetton– Family Activities Coordinator
•    Rebecca Fox– Family Activities Coordinator

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