Supported by The Yorkshire Post & entertainment royalty – The Chuckle Brothers & Billy Pearce, the nominations can be made through the Yorkshire Post and in nomination boxes which will be hosted across sites in Yorkshire.
Stephen Mitchell, Leeds representative of the St James Place Foundation, and founder the awards, said: “I speak from my heart in saying how overwhelmed we are with all the support we’ve received from all the guests that came along to help us officially launch Yorkshire Children of Courage Awards 2015 and open the nominations for individual and group awards. In 2014 our fundraising reached £100,000 and we look set to exceed that amount at the Dinner on October 16.”
Kate has a lot of drive, and she never sees challenges. Whenever challenges come, she always looks for a solution on how to overcome them.
Kate is conscious of her local community and she does a lot of fundraising.
Winners of the #TescoMumoftheYear Margaret Aspinall, @KateHardcastle and @AnnaKenndey1 you are inspiring women!
An enormous thank you for inspiring the young people with your speech at last week’s event.