Queen, Voluntary Service, employment, skills, confidence, mayor, Wolverhampton Council, Wolverhampton

Winners! Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service 2017

Winners!

Access to Business Win Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

We are delighted to announce that Access to Business has been awarded 'The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service', the highest award given to volunteer groups across the UK, the equivalent of an MBE for volunteer groups.

Queen, Voluntary Service, employment, skills, confidence, mayor, Wolverhampton Council, Wolverhampton

Meeting the Mayor

A2B staff inside the Mayor's Parlour at the City of Wolverhampton Council. 

The Presentation Ceremony

The Mayor's Palour

PRIDE

The presentation ceremony took place on Thursday 27th July 2017 in The Mayor’s Parlour of the City of Wolverhampton Council. 

The presentation has been made by Deputy Lieutenants Major Sylvia Parkin MBE TD JP DL and Dr Satya Sharma MBE DL. Also in attendance was The Right Worshipful the Mayor of Wolverhampton, Councillor Elias Mattu. 

The event was attended by over 60 people including Councillor John Reynolds, Council members, funder representatives, partners, Access to Business’s volunteers, staff and partners.

Royal Attendance

A2B CEO Josie Kelly awaits at Buckingham Palace for a special day with the Queen and other Royals. 

A Ravishing Royal Visit

The Queen's Garden Party

Royalty

In honour of the award 2 Access to Business staff team also attended The Queen’s Garden Party on 16th May joining over 7000 other guests. In attendance was The Queen, Prince Phillip, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (William and Kate), The Princess Royal (Princess Anne), Prince Edward and Princess Eugenie.

15 Years of Hard Work & Dedication

Receiving The Queen's Award

Chief Executive Josie Kelly said “We are absolutely honoured and delighted to have received our Queen’s Award for Voluntary Services. For over 15 years we have been providing services for unemployed and disabled people in our City to improve their skills, confidence and support their route to employment. Volunteers play a vitally important role in supporting our work and include our volunteer Board of Directors and many local volunteers supporting and promoting our work helping others to improve their lives.”

Queen, Voluntary Service, employment, skills, confidence, mayor, Wolverhampton Council, Wolverhampton

The Best Support

Access to Business were delighted to receive the Queen's Award for Voluntary Services, and will to continue to provide their support to the people of Wolverhampton.

See below video to hear our Chief Executive Josie Kelly and Senior Business Adviser Carole Taylor talking to Made In Birmingham Television about the award!

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