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The Herald Society Awards has been championing Scotland’s public and third sectors since 2008. Working with our partners the event provides a national platform to reward the most innovative and creative projects and initiatives being carried out in Scotland. Pictured Unsung Hero Award presented by Gordon Mason, Chair of evh. Raza Sadiq – Active Life Club – Winner and Host Janice Forsyth Mark F Gibson / Gibson Digital 07792445 437 infogibsondigital@gmail.co.uk www.gibsondigital.co.uk All images © Gibson Digital 2016. Free first use only for editorial in connection with the commissioning client's press-released story. All other rights are reserved. Use in any other context is expressly prohibited without prior permission.

Raza Sadiq receiving his Unsung Hero Award. © Gibson Digital 2016.

GCVS Board Member Raza Sadiq took home the Unsung Hero Award (supported by evh) at The Herald Society Awards 2016, held on Wednesday the 2nd of November.

The award recognises Raza’s work with Active Life Club, an organisation he was crucial in founding, to empower young people in Glasgow through sport. Active Life Club runs many initiatives from after-school programmes, to developing young people as leaders and it makes a real difference to the lives of those involved.

Other GCVS Members also shone at the awards:

  • Phyllis Craig from Clydeside Action on Asbestos and Jacqui Taylor from Lifelink received nominations for the Herald Society Worker of the Year, supported by Social Work Scotland.

We would like to wish all organisations involved a huge congratulations on their wins and nominations!


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