Jack Petchey Foundation wins charity award!
On 4th November, the Jack Petchey Foundation was named as the Organisational Fundraiser of the Year at the Anthony Nolan Supporters Awards.
The awards recognise outstanding individuals and organisations who have contributed to the blood cancer charity over the last year. ITV Text Santa and the Dorset Friends Group were also specially commended for their committment to the cause.
The judges for the awards were Anthony Nolan Chief Executive Henny Braund, Anthony Nolan Trustee Fran Burke and Anthony Nolan Labratory Manager and longest-serving staff member Richard Holman.
For a full list of awards, click here!
The Jack Petchey Foundation supports the Anthony Nolan education programme Register and Be a Lifesaver in schools across London and Essex. The programme educates 16-18 year olds on the work of the charity and empowers them to make a choice about whether they could make a lifesaving difference and register as a donor. Since its inception, the R&Be programme has delivered more than 1,600 presentations across five regions in the country, reaching more than 95,000 students.
If you would like Antony Nolan to visit your school or college, or to find out more about joining the register, visit www.anthonynolan.org
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