Recently, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation based out at Suffolk House, Pitmedden Road, Dyce, ran a project called The Health & Humanitarian Awards, 2019.
Our very own stalwart and long-serving volunteer. Isobel Hunter, who will be known to many of our service users, was nominated and won a very nice inscribed finalists’ plaque in the Big Impact category.
Isobel was otherwise engaged, and unable to attend the awards event. However, another long standing volunteer, Roz, went along in Isobel’s place and received the award for her.
The AAF website states:
“Big Impact Award: In recognition of an individual who has made substantial contribution and has demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to and passion for their community. And also volunteer a significant amount of their time working within non-governmental and non-profit-making organisations, including charities, voluntary and community groups.”
You can see a gallery of the Award evening here on the AAF Facebook Page.