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AWARDS FOR THE MOIRA ANDERSON FOUNDATION


  • 2015  Winner SCVO Charity Champion to Matthew McVarish on his inspiring 10,000 mile Road to Change               Project
  • 2014  Winner Top Scot in the Spirit of Scotland Awards (Scotsman & Glenfiddich) to Matthew McVarish on               his inspiring 10,000 mile Road to Change Project
  • 2014  Finalist for the Scottish Campaigner of the Year (Herald Politician of the Year Awards) for Board                     Adviser Matthew McVarish
  • 2014  Award and Accreditation from Investors in People for good practice to MAF
  • 2013  MAF given the ‘Volunteer Friendly’ Award by VANL
  • 2013  YOU Magazine & Clarins UK Woman of the Year Finalist – £1000 award to Founder
  • 2012  MAF staff awarded the Bronze Award by Healthy Working Lives
  • 2011  Finalists for the Campaign of the Year, Scottish Charity of the Year Awards
  • 2011  MAF Volunteer Training- our Co-ordinator Anne Taylor was given an award by VANL
  • 2011  MAF Volunteer Marie Gault was selected as a Finalist for Volunteer of the Year by VANL
  • 2011  Finalists at VANL’s VOSCAR evening in the Category: Safer Communities
  • 2008  Open University Alumni Award for 2007/8 presented to Founder for her outstanding Contribution as                 an “Ambassador for Education” - The Open University
  • 2007  Scottish Winners of the Nationwide Award for Community Endeavour (Adult Group) to all Trustees                 and Volunteers of the agency, and also UK Finalists
  • 2006  OBE for Services to Child Protection in Scotland from HM Queen Elizabeth II in her 80th Birthday                   Honours List to Founder, presented at Buckingham Palace
  • 2005  “Stars of the Community Award” from Monklands Association of Voluntary Services to all staff,                          volunteers and Trustees at the Foundation
  • 2005  “Scotswoman of the Year” (Evening Times Readers) to Founder & £5K to MAF
  • 2004  National Training Award in Protective Behaviours from PBUK to Founder
  • 2004  Training Award - Silver Super County plaque for quality volunteer training services from North                         Lanarkshire Council to Trustees of the Foundation
  • 2001  Runner Up - “Scottish Citizen of the Year” (Scotsman Readers) to Founder