Hope and Voice CIC Present The Lioness Awards for Women (SEPT30)

Lioness Awards

The Founder of Hope and Voice CIC, Evelyn Pindura, is happy to announce their inaugural awards ceremony: “The Lioness Awards” for Women which was set up to recognise individuals and organisations who have worked exceptionally hard and made an outstanding contribution in their personal growth and to the development of the community.

This event will be held on Saturday 30th September 2017 from 6pm till 11pm at the distinguished and stylish Surrey National Golf Club in Caterham.  The Hope and Voice team are dedicated to producing and working on hosting an unforgettable evening for all the nominees and guests. With a beautiful backdrop of Surrey North Downs countryside, the Surrey National Golf Club will be a perfect setting for the awards. As part of the evenings proceedings there will be a dinner and dance which will provide a perfect opportunity for attendees to meet a wide range of people from different backgrounds.
The night promises to be a delightful setting for celebrating success, networking, and a great platform for business owners to highlight their own business.  “ The Lioness Awards will be our chance to recognise, highlight and celebrate women from all walks of life, who have overcome challenges, contributed to society and made a difference to people’s lives. Some phenomenal women who have a common ethic of hard work and determination were nominated for the awards and the chosen finalists will be present at the awards ceremony so that we can stand alongside them and honour them.” Says founder Evelyn Pindura. For more information about ‘The Finalists’ visit:www.hopeandvoice.com/awards

Sponsorship opportunities are available and Hope and Voice encourage businesses to contact them for more information.

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Hope and Voice was founded in 2012  to roll out services to individuals and community groups within Surrey and borders with particular emphasis to improve the mental health of certain vulnerable individuals and groups such as ‘Young Single Mothers’, the unemployed, individuals living in poverty and the BAME communities.Their aim is to use a holistic approach to maximise health, empower, inspire, bring emotional healing and rebuild lives through the use of workshops, counselling, personal development training programmes including business support and personal coaching.