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Awardees

On the 2nd June we announced the 244 voluntary groups selected to receive The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in 2022.

The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service 2022 Awardees List – PDF

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Showing 151 – 175 out of 244 awardees
  • Rock It Bolton CIC

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Arts and Media
    Ceremonial county: Greater Manchester
    Providing an opportunity for young people to create, record and perform music safely.
  • Rotherham Federation of Communities

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Community Hubs and Services
    Ceremonial county: South Yorkshire
    Transforming neighbourhoods by supporting volunteers to form and deliver services within their community.
  • Rotherham Friends In Deed

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Food Support
    Ceremonial county: South Yorkshire
    Providing food and clothes for the needy and promoting social cohesion and civic engagement.
  • Rotherham Military Community Veterans Centre (MCVC)

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Armed Forces
    Ceremonial county: South Yorkshire
    Providing comradeship and a signposting service for the veteran community and their families in Rotherham.
  • Routes To Roots Christian Action on Homelessness

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Homelessness
    Ceremonial county: Dorset
    Supporting rough sleepers, the vulnerably housed and newly housed adults in Poole.
  • Ruislip Northwood Old Folks Association (RNOFA)

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Older People
    Ceremonial county: Greater London
    Providing social interaction for elderly members through activities to help physical and mental wellbeing.
  • Ryedale Community Transport CIO

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Community Hubs and Services
    Ceremonial county: North Yorkshire
    Provide affordable and accessible transport in Ryedale to promote independence and reduce isolation.
  • Sandown Green Town Volunteers

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Environment
    Ceremonial county: Bedfordshire
    Innovating, transforming and rewilding green spaces in Sandown for the benefit of the community.
  • Sea Cadets Stoke-on-Trent

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Children and Young People
    Ceremonial county: Staffordshire
    Giving young people self confidence and life skills through adventure and diverse structured activities.
  • Senior Citizens Support Group

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Older People
    Ceremonial county: West Yorkshire
    Providing activities and events to combat isolation and loneliness for senior citizens.
  • Service by Emergency Rider Volunteers – Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Emergency Response
    Ceremonial county: Hertfordshire
    Playing our part in the critical support of our local hospitals and the wider community.
  • Sheffield Sea Cadets and Royal Marines Cadets

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Children and Young People
    Ceremonial county: South Yorkshire
    Enabling young people to gain skills for life based on Royal Navy and Marine mindset.
  • Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Volunteers

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Health and Care
    Ceremonial county: South Yorkshire
    Providing services to improve the hospital experience for patients.
  • Sheppey Matters

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Mental Health and Wellbeing
    Ceremonial county: Kent
    Supporting well-being, reducing loneliness and isolation, and creating opportunity in Sheppey.
  • Sheppey Sea Cadets

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Children and Young People
    Ceremonial county: Kent
    Offering activities and education to cadets, developing life skills, discipline and teamwork.
  • Shirley Sea Cadets

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Children and Young People
    Ceremonial county: Bedfordshire
    Inspiring young people to develop, learn new skills and to work as a team.
  • Shopmobility Basingstoke

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Disability
    Ceremonial county: Hampshire
    Providing freedom and independence for those with mobility challenges to access local facilities.
  • Shropshire Rural Support

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Community Hubs and Services
    Ceremonial county: Shropshire
    Supporting rural people with confidential help, reducing stress, risk of suicide and depression.
  • Sight for Surrey

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Disability
    Ceremonial county: Surrey
    Sight for Surrey supports people who are blind, vision impaired, Deaf, deafblind and hard of hearing.
  • Sikh Helpline

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Mental Health and Wellbeing
    Ceremonial county: Bedfordshire
    Providing mental health and wellbeing, emotional and cultural issues support to anyone in need.
  • Soup Kitchen Rochdale

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Food Support
    Ceremonial county: Greater Manchester
    Provides food, signposting, care and support to local vulnerable individuals and families.
  • South Brent and District Caring

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Community Hubs and Services
    Ceremonial county: Devon
    Befriending and supporting the lonely, elderly and vulnerable in South Brent and District.
  • South Cheshire Amateur Boxing Club (SCABC)

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Sport and Outdoor Activities
    Ceremonial county: Bedfordshire
    A boxing club in the heart of the community providing boxing for all.
  • Southall Community Alliance

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Community Hubs and Services
    Ceremonial county: Greater London
    Southall ‘Community Voice’, a leading charity supporting local communities since 1981
  • Sowerby Bridge Fire and Water

    Year awarded: 2022
    Type of group: Community Hubs and Services
    Ceremonial county: West Yorkshire
    Inspiring and supporting mental, physical and social wellbeing in Sowerby Bridge