A King’s Reward for Volunteers
The King’s Award for Voluntary Service celebrates the outstanding work of local volunteer groups across the UK.
Equivalent to an MBE, the King’s Award for Voluntary Service is the highest Award given to local voluntary groups in the UK, and is awarded for life.
And now, organisations across North Birmingham can find out how they can get involved in the scheme and possibly earn well-deserved recognition for their volunteers; individuals and groups who have gone beyond the call of duty.
A number of sessions are being held to give people the opportunity to find out more about this prestigious award, including the application process, timescales, and the difference it can make to your group and volunteers.
For details on venues, times and dates, please check the list below. For more information on The King’s Award you can visit: www.kavs.dcms.gov.uk
11am, 26th April, Witton Lodge Community Association, 87 Witton Lodge Road, B23 5JD
2pm, 26th April, St Nicolas Place, 81 The Green, Kings Norton, B38 8RU
2pm, 10th May, Naseby Youth Centre, Naseby Road, Alum Rock, B8 3HG
2pm, 18th May, Soho House Museum, Soho Ave, B18 5LB