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Our Awards

From the early days we have generated much interest, and have been nominated and received many awards:

  • October 2017, winners of National Positive Practice in Mental Health (PPIMH) – Coproduction Award & Recovery Award
  • August 2017. Top 20 International Humanitarian Leadership Award finalist: suicide prevention.
  • November 2016. Winner JCI TOPEY Award for Business and Entrepreneurship.
  • September 2016, Janey Antoniou Awards 2016 - Finalist
  • October, 2015, Positive Practice in Mental Health: Crisis Services
  • March, 2015, Women Of Influence Award winner.
  • February 2015, Caroline Harroe nominated for Gold Award at The Renewal Trust Volunteer Achievement Awards
  • November 2014, winner of Inspirational Women of The Year at The Nottingham Post Women in Business Awards.
  • November 2014, winner of Biggest Social Impact Award at #02Smarta100 Awards.
  • October 2014, Positive Practice in Mental Health: Child and Adolescent Mental Health Award.
  • December 2013, Positive Practice in Mental Health: Innovation in Practice Award.
  • November 2012, The Prince's Trust Enterprise Award for the East Midlands
  • October 2012, Winner Rushcliffe Community Awards - 'Enabling Healthier Lives'
  • July 2011, The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service
  • March 2011, Commended Application for Business Woman of the Year (Caroline)
  • March 2011, Nottingham Women of Substance Award (Caroline)
  • March 2010, finalist for small business of the year awards.
  • Heather was also a finalist for a Young Person Of The Year Award for her work in trying to challenge stigma and isolation related to self harm in December 2009, and Caroline for an Inspiration Award and Business Woman of the Year.
  • December 2009, finalists for Rushcliffe Community Awards.
  • September 2009, finalists for Nottingham's Big 10 Awards, Proud of You Awards, and nominees for Social Enterprise Awards.
  • July 2009, given an award in recognition for our community work determined by a live vote.
  • June 2009, semi-finalists of the National Lottery Awards fr Best Community Project.
  • March 2009, winners of Runner Up Community Impact Award.
  • December 2008, winners of East Midlands Community Impact Award.
  • Summer 2008, fnalists for an Inspiration, Proud of You Award
  • Summer 2008, nominated for a Reach Out Award
  • December 2007, nominated for Women4Women Community Impact Award