Cerebral Palsy Sport nominated for the UK’s largest Diversity Awards

Cerebral Palsy Sport has been nominated for the Community Organisation (Disability) award at the National Diversity Awards 2019. Each nomination made helps to reach the shortlist of the prestigious event.

Liverpool will play host to this year’s awards, to be held on 20th September. For one night only Britain’s most inspirational people come together to honour the rich tapestry of our nation, recognising individuals and groups from grass roots communities who have contributed to creating a more diverse and inclusive society. The event recognises nominees in their respective fields of diversity including age, disability, gender, race, faith, religion and sexual orientation.

Interim Chair of Cerebral Palsy Sport, Peter Savage said, “On behalf of all the board and team at Cerebral Palsy Sport, we are delighted and humbled by this nomination. It is a privilege to be recognised for our work to support people with cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities to active in sport and reach their life potential. The charity prides itself on putting people with cerebral palsy at the heart of everything we do and we sincerely thank our supporters for the nomination and hope that others can support us by nominating and voting for us. Thank you”.

The National Diversity Awards receives over 25,000 nominations and votes annually. Founder & CEO Paul Sesay said, “As we enter our 8th awards season, The National Diversity Awards prepare to welcome a host of outstanding role models and charities to our family. We look to those who represent progress, spirit and resilience, and I cannot wait to learn about the wonderful work being carried out this year”.

Nominations are now open and close May 31st 2019 – Shortlisted nominees will be announced shortly after this date.

To nominate Cerebral Palsy Sport for the shortlist of the Community Organisation (Disability) Award at the National Diversity Awards 2019 click here