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We win Guardian Charity Awards 2011

We are proud to announce that we have been chosen as a winner at the Guardian Charity Awards 2011 


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Pictured (from left to right): Jane Asher (President, Arthritis Care, Parkinson’s UK and the National Autistic Society); Christopher Stacey, Julie Harmsworth and Chris Bath from Unlock; and Jonathan Pryce (Actor and Patron of Friendship Works). 

“Remarkable and inspiring story of the chief executive turning their life around” – Jane Asher

“Brilliant, very positive story”  – Baroness Howarth

“Offering the long-term support needed after prison” – Pauline Broomhead

“Use of online and media is great – shows huge potential” – Caroline Diehl MBE

“A positive story tackling controversial issues” – Judges summary

Find out more about the judges and the awards.

 

The video below was filmed as part of the Guardian Charity Award

 

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