Bolton Solidarity Community Association (BSCA) has been recognised for their contribution to the communities in Bolton by receiving The Queens Award for Voluntary Service.
BSCA’s vision of working today for a better tomorrow has been established since 2002. It is a self-help voluntary organisation that strives to tackle and reduce the problems facing the new emerging communities in Bolton.
The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK to recognise outstanding work done in their own communities. BSCA would like to acknowledge and thank their staff and volunteers for their contribution. Also, taking this opportunity to thank Bolton Community Voluntary Services (CVS), Bolton at Home, Bolton College and everybody else who has worked and supported them over the years.
Ibrahim Ismail of BSCA talks about the success, saying ‘this achievement is a recognition of 17 years of volunteers and staff working really hard to make Bolton that little brighter for all. I am immensely proud of BSCA but want to say this is only the beginning and if any organisations want to work with us, please do’.
BSCA will receive a certificate signed by The Queen and an exclusive commemorative crystal, presented by Her Majesty’s representative in Greater Manchester Lord Lieutenant Warren J. Smith. BSCA attended a garden party at Buckingham Palace on 15th May 2019 where they met Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and other winners of this year’s award.
About Bolton Solidarity Community Association
To find out more visit: www.boltonbsca.com
For more information please contact:
01204 334004 or e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org