22 July 2019
Founded by a group of visionary women in Royston in 1992, we've focussed over the last 27 years on empowering young people and adults to manage their mental health more effectively.
And just shortly after celebrating her 5-year anniversary with the organisation, Chief Executive Jacqui Taylor was proud to announce that we have been nominated as one of the finalists in the ‘Not for Profit Business of the Year’ category at the SME National Business Awards 2019.
We find themselves alongside fellow Scottish charity the Rossie Young people’s trust, although the rest of the nominees in the Not for Profit category come from south of the border.
Jacqui said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to have made it through as a finalist, it really is an honour to be recognised alongside a number of other great organisations.
“Our vision has always been that people are healthier and happier wherever they live, work or learn and we achieve this through ensuring that people are at the heart of everything we do - whether that be our clients or our own staff.
“Being recognised in this way is testament to the amazing work of our dedicated staff and our ever-supportive board members.”
The winners will be announced at a glitzy ceremony held in the iconic Wembley stadium in December.
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