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Awards for Circles UK

Read about the national Awards Circles UK  has won in the  past two years.

The Longford Prize 2010

The Longford Prize recognises the contribution of an individual, group or organisation working in the area of penal or social reform in showing outstanding qualities of humanity, courage, persistence and originality

Citation

The Judges made the award “ in recognition of Circles UK’s courage, commitment and innovation in working, on their release from prison, with sex offenders, one of the most marginalised groups in our society. Circles UK brings together voluntary and statutory partners, including victims’ groups, in a constructive alternative response which provides a much greater opportunity for preventing further crime, rehabilitating the offender, and achieving safer communities for us all.”

http://www.longfordtrust.org/longford_prize.php

 

The Charity Awards 2011 (Social Care and Welfare category)

 

The Charity Awards 2011 (Social Care and Welfare category)

Citation

“With more nominations than ever this year, it’s clear just how much fantastic work takes place within the sector and the effort and commitment that goes into making charities work. It’s vital that we acknowledge this which is why I’m delighted that Circles UK has won the Social care & welfare award. The judges singled out those charities whose excellence in charity management they felt will inspire others. Circles UK is an excellent organisation, the award is richly deserved and I congratulate them on their achievements”

Daniel Phelan (Organiser )

http://www.civilsociety.co.uk/charityawards/

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Circles UK, as the umbrella charity for Circles Projects across England Wales can provide information on the availability of Circles across England and Wales and how to volunteer for our work. Circles UK itself does not provide advice or counselling. In a situation when anyone contacting us provides identifying information and raises our concerns that a child is at risk, or a criminal offence has been committed of which the police may be unaware, we will pass that information onto the appropriate agencies.