Coast & Country has held a celebration of the volunteers who carry out valuable work across the organisation.
The Volunteer Awards recognised the people who give up their time and use their skills and expertise across many different areas of the business.
The award-winners were:
Westfield Farm Volunteer of the Year (named the Harry Slattery award in remembrance of volunteer Harry who made a huge contribution to Westfield Farm before he passed away last year)
Resident Involvement Volunteer of the Year
Re:Furnish Volunteer of the Year
Moment of Pride
Tenant Communications Panel
Volunteer of the Year
Iain Sim, chief executive of Coast & Country, said: “At Coast & Country we are proud to offer a variety of volunteering opportunities to help people find the right one for them.
“Volunteering provides people with the chance to try something new, gain experience, develop skills, improve their career prospects, build confidence and meet new people.
“It makes a real difference to an individual and to the lives of other people and we were delighted to acknowledge every single one of our 60 volunteers at the awards, and highlight those who have done something extra special.”
The event, held at Cleveland Golf Club, was organised by housing apprentice Faye Daniels, with the help of staff and apprentices from across Coast & Country.