Annette Morris of Voluntary Action Leeds has been nominated for the Leeds Compassionate City Award!
The Leeds Compassionate City Awards celebrates the positive work that individuals, community groups and organisations do every day to make their local communities and our city a great place to live, work, and visit.
We would like to congratulate our very own Annette Morris, who has been nominated for the award. Annette, who is an Engagement worker at Voluntary Action Leeds, works across various projects such as the BME Hub and Young Lives Leeds to ensure that local communities have their voices heard.
The Leeds Compassionate City Awards is now in its third year and offers the opportunity for people to officially recognise the positive and compassionate work that takes place across the city every day and the individuals and organisations behind the work, which make it all possible.
The council’s vision for Leeds is for it to be the best city in the UK; a city that is compassionate and caring with a strong economy that tackles poverty and reduces inequalities. A special ceremony will take place on Thursday 5th December 2019 at Leeds Civic Hall to showcase and celebrate the efforts and achievements of these individuals and organisations.
We’re rooting for you Annette!
To find our more about the projects Annette works on, please visit:
BME HUB - https://doinggoodleeds.org.uk/bme.html
YOUNG LIVES LEEDS - https://doinggoodleeds.org.uk/young-lives-leeds/