The Isle of Wight Group of the Multiple Sclerosis society has been awarded

The Queens Award for Voluntary Service

 

The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service celebrates the work of a fantastic, diverse range of volunteer groups whose work has enhanced and supported local communities over a number of years. It is the highest award given to organizations delivering exceptional service within their communities and it is the equivalent of the MBE for volunteers.
There are over 160,000 registered charities in the UK. This year, 2020, there have been 230 awards granted. The Island Group of the MS Society are rightly very proud to be one of the recipients.

Group Coordinator, Paul Brading said:

‘I am absolutely delighted that all the great work everyone in the Group does has been recognised with this amazing award. I want to thank all the Volunteers, our Shop Manager, and my fellow committee members for their commitment to help make a difference to the many Islanders who are affected by MS, and their wider family group.’

   

Providing emotional, financial and wellbeing support to those with MS on the IOW.

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