Laura Murphy receives recognition from Theresa May PM
Today (Wednesday 22nd March) Chamber Member Laura Murphy has been named the daily "Point of Light" recognising an outstanding volunteer in the UK for her work with the Wayfinder Group.
Points of Light are outstanding individual volunteers – people who are making a change in their community. Every week day the Prime Minister recognises an inspirational volunteer with the Daily Point of Light award.
First established by President George H. W. Bush in 1990, over 5,000 US Points of Light have been recognised in the USA. UK Points of Light was developed in partnership with the US programme and launched in the Cabinet Room at 10 Downing Street in April 2014.
Since then hundreds of people have been named Points of Light by the Prime Minister, highlighting an enormous array of innovative and inspirational volunteering across the length and breadth of Britain.
Doing everything from tackling knife crime, to supporting families of dementia patients, our UK Points of Light are fundraising, awareness raising, problem solving heroes who all had an idea they decided to make a reality. Their actions have changed lives and their stories are can inspire thousands more to get involved or start their own initiatives.
“Through ‘Wayfinder Woman’, you have created a pioneering and successful model in which inspirational women are helping others build the skills and confidence they need to realise their potential as budding entrepreneurs.”
For more about Laura Murphy and Points of Light - click here.
We are working with the Wayfinder Group on their annual business conference and seminar following their highly successful inaugural event last year. To find out more and take advantage of their early bird offer - click here.
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