Stars of West Norfolk Award

Georgie Futter, our Intensive Support Worker, and Kelvin Powell, one of our volunteers, were nominated for the Stars of West Norfolk Awards where they both received awards for their hard work and selflessness.

Kelvin was proclaimed volunteer of the year for his hard work and dedication to helping the Purfleet Trust, and Georgie was the star of the night, winning the surprise Special Recognition Award for the help she       provides to people with multiple complex needs as part of our Making Every Adult   Matter (MEAM) to get their lives back on track long after many others have given up on them and where some of them have given up on themselves.

The award ceremony took place at the Corn Exchange and saw that carers, volunteers, social workers and many, many more who go above and beyond the call of duty were acknowledged for the massive amount of good they do in the community, much of which often goes unnoticed. Everyone nominated for the Stars of West Norfolk Award, including Georgie and Kelvin, will be put forward for the Stars of Norfolk Award, where they have the possibility of winning yet again!


Courtesy of EDP