• DSC Influencer Awards 2011

    Well done Rod King!!

    On 1st December 2011, Rod King, Founder of 20's Plenty for Us, was presented with an award in the Influencer category of its annual Social Change Awards. The winners were announced at the fifth awards ceremony in London, to celebrate the work of passionate individuals and organisations committed to making a positive impact on society.

    Rod King said :-

    "This is not only recognition of the influence which we are making at 20's Plenty for Us, but also the hard work by all our many thousands of campaigners around the country who are making the case for their communities to become better places to be."

    Dame Suzi Leather, Chair of the Charity Commission presented each winner and runner-up with a unique piece of art by cartoonist Grizelda, portraying their organisation and its work.

    The judges for Social Change Awards 2011 were George Monck (Chief Executive at CleanupUK), Beverley Costa (CEO and founder of Mother Tongue), Andy Garnett (Founder of The Garnett Foundation), Caroline Diehl (Chief Executive and Founder of Media Trust), Sue Billington (Director Programme Management of Propraxis Ltd) and Paul Farmer (Chief Executive Officer MIND).


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