Birmingham Greyhound Protection’s Kerry Elliman wins big at Birmingham Inspiration Awards – Full list of winners!
It was little surprise to many at the Birmingham Inspiration Awards at the ICC when Kerry Elliman won most charitable business along with three other awards. Kerry Elliman is well known throughout Birmingham for her tireless work at Greyhound Protection. We share the full story behind Kerry and all the other news concerning the Birmingham Inspiration Awards and Top UK Model finals.
Birmingham UK poised for one of it’s biggest nights of the year as the Inspiration Awards hits town on a night of inspiration and celebration.
On Saturday the 11h of November at the Birmingham ICC something quite special is about to take place. The Birmingham Inspiration Awards. What makes this event all the more interesting and powerful is that is ‘by the people for the people’. I am sure many of the big media moguls and businesses are scratching their heads wondering, how did this get so big and slip right under our radar for so long? How was something like this done and we did not do it? The basic truth of the matter is that something like this can rarely be done by the super big boys or the media moguls like ‘Simon Cowell’. These types of events need to be thought out and brought to life by Mavericks not tied down to the same rules as everyone else (Commerical constraints and TV schedules). That is the only way something a little different can be done and that is the way the Birmingham Inspiration Awards has come about.
Open Arms Project promotes reading among children at Centre in Empangeni along with mayor and celebrities.
IT was all promoting reading and storytelling to young children during the official opening of the Siyafunda with Sanlam Centre in Empangeni on Tuesday. The kids’ corner is aimed at encouraging reading in young children and spearheaded by the centre in a joint venture with local businesses as well as Zululand teen Claudelle Botha. The […]
Making a difference: Head of ZuluLand Gospel Choir Mr Banda helps hundreds of kids get shoes for school in Africa.
It may to us in the West seem like such a simple thing. Shoes for our children to go to school. However in many parts of the world something we take for granted, Shoes, are in rare supply and many children amble to school bare footed or with extremely worn out footwear.
When you think of the Billions donated by the UK and other Western countries of which the UK is probably the highest giver, you wonder where all the money is going? It will always remain the case that giving starts at home and local rather than National or International giving is the way forward.