We’re excited to share that the Safety Centre has been shortlisted for the Thames Valley Business & Communities Awards for the Charity of the Year award! This award celebrates the achievements of charities across Thames Valley and their impact across the region. Receiving regional recognition for our early intervention and prevention safety education work is an important moment for the Safety Centre.
Chief Executive Maya Joseph-Hussain said,
Being shortlisted for the Thames Valley Business & Community Awards is a fantastic achievement for the Safety Centre. As we head towards 30 years of delivering lifesaving safety education, this recognition of our lifesaving work is so important. It’s recognition that our team of expert educators and inspiring volunteers are very proud of. Safety education is an essential life skill for young people and we’re excited to receive regional support and acknowledgement for our lifesaving work. We look forward to joining the other shortlisted charities and businesses at the awards evening on the 25th January to celebrate our successes and the impact of all our work supporting people across our region.
Alec Jones-hall, Director of Thames Valley Business and Community Awards said
We are proud and excited to be celebrating outstanding achievement across the region and rewarding those who are making a huge impact throughout the Thames Valley. It is also a time for the business community to come together, not only to celebrate the accomplishments of those shortlisted and the deserving winners of each category, but also to mark the fact that we all continue to play a vital role in the success of our region and that its future achievements will be built on the foundations we lay today.
Early Intervention & Prevention Safety Education
The Safety Centre specialises in early intervention and prevention safety education. This work is designed to protect children, young people and adults across the Thames Valley and beyond. Empowering them with the tools and skills to make safe choices in everyday life and in emergency situations. Safety education is delivered into schools and at our immersive safety education centre Hazard Alley, based in Milton Keynes. Sessions delivered in primary and secondary schools focus on lifesaving topics, including knife crime, drug and alcohol safety and online safety across the South East and beyond.
Sarah Surridge, Marketing & Communications Manager said,
Support from the Thames Valley Business and Community Awards is an important step as we work to support even more young people with safety education throughout the region. No child will be left behind. Our safety education is there for everyone and we look forward to working with more schools across the Thames Valley to deliver lifesaving learning that supports the national curriculum.
Find Out More About How The Safety Centre Can Support You
We’re here to support schools keep children and young people safe. Call us today to speak about the safety education you’d like delivered into your school or to arrange a visit to our immersive education centre Hazard Alley.
To find out more about the Safety Centre visit www.safetycentre.co.uk call 01908 263009 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your visit.