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Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service 2021 Congratulations!

Volunteer Now is delighted that 15 volunteer groups in Northern Ireland have been awarded the Queens’s Award for Voluntary Service, in 2021.  The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service is the highest civil Award given to local volunteer groups across the UK to recognise outstanding work done in their own communities.  We are very pleased that volunteers are getting recognition and we send our congratulations to:

  • Crusaders Football Club
  • Dreamscheme Northern Ireland
  • Friends of Antrim Castle Gardens
  • North Antrim Agricultural Association Ltd (Ballymoney Show)
  • A Safe Space To Be Me
  • Rathfern Community Regeneration Group
  • ATLAS Women’s Centre
  • Via Wings
  • Decorum NI
  • Ards Peninsula First Responders
  • Hope 4 ME & Fibro Northern Ireland
  • Bann Rowing Club
  • 72 (Omagh) Squadron, RAF Air Cadets
  • Donaghmore Horticultural Community (DHC)
  • Fivemiletown United Football Club


More information on the recipients and the Award can be found at

Do you involve volunteers?  Are they making an exceptional impact on a local community?  You could be awarded a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service next year!  Full details on how to nominate are available at  Nominations for the 2022 awards close on 15 September 2021.

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Queen's Award for Voluntary Service

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