We’re thrilled to announce that the Alcohol Education Trust was one of twenty charities shortlisted out of the 400 entrants for The Kings Fund GSK IMPACT Awards, for charities assessed to have had the most impact on health in 2016.
We receive a runners up £3,000 award and are looking forward to the awards dinner on the 12th May at the Science Museum. These awards are for charities with an income of up to two million – our income is less than a tenth of that. We are able to support a child with the Talk About Alcohol Programme for just 75p a year, and as you know, manage to keep our work free for schools by applying for grants and raising funds.
Helena Conibear, Director of The Trust commented ‘We are very proud to have been selected for this prize following a very rigorous audit of everything we do by The Kings Fund assessors, and it does credit to our small dedicated team of staff and Trustees. To have achieved this level of recognition for our work having been established in just 2010 is both heartening and gratifying and it wouldn’t have been possible without the time given to the AET by an array of experts from across disciplines relevant to PSHE and alcohol’.
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The AET, as a result of the above, are delighted to have been invited to take part in the Cascading Leadership programme, a new programme linked with the GSK IMPACT Awards, designed to extend leadership development opportunities across the voluntary and community sector, beginning in May.