DanceSyndrome wins Charity of the Year at the E3 Awards
The chairty faced strong competition from not-for-profit organisations from across the North West. The award was presented by Azhar Iqbal representing the award sponsor Colne Tyre Centre.
Receiving the award, DanceSyndrome Founder, Jen Blackwell said: “I’m thrilled and amazed to received this award! Dancing is my life and my passion and I’m so grateful for the opportunity to follow my dreams with DanceSyndrome and inspire others to do the same.”
Speaking on behalf of 1 Events Media, the host and organiser of the awards, Managing Director Mubarak Chati said: “The E3 Awards have always been about more than just commercial success; they celebrate the impact that enterprise has on lives and communities across the North West. DanceSyndrome is a fine example of that enterprising spirit and it’s right that its commitment should be recognised.
“DanceSyndrome can be very proud of its achievement. Competition this year was exceptionally fierce; so much so that we felt we had to increase the number of shortlisted candidates in several categories. To come away with a win in 2018 meant proving an extraordinary commitment, and that is exactly what DanceSyndrome did.” ”
Speaking on behalf of the DanceSyndrome, Managing Director, Dawn Vickers said: “We are so proud to have won this award! We hope that this award will introduce us to even more people who believe that inclusion is a fundamental human right for everyone and want to support our ground-breaking work to enable more learning-disabled adults to realise their dreams and ambitions.”
You can read more about other awards that DanceSyndrome has won on the Accolades page of our website.
More information about the E3 Business Awards, including a full list of winners, can be found at www.e3businessawards.co.uk