The community awards have been officially launched, they celebrate anyone in our community that goes that extra mile to help others, why not nominate someone you know today to receive an award by the Broz personally, they will also receive a engraved trophy and social media recognition for their efforts

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Inderjit is a student of Sandwell Valley School. She is doing her GCSEs. Inderjit is an exemplary student of Sandwell Valley School. She has suffered a lot of set backs in the 12 years.

Inderjit lost her father in a car accident at a tender age of one and a half years. She had to therefore deal with a lot of challenges and obstacles as a child. Life was extremely hard but she coped and managed to excel despite all the hardships. Her mother also started suffering from poor health after the demise of her father. Inderjit looks after her mom cares for her and nurses her before and after school.

Her elder brother was unable to face the harsh realities of life after his father’s death and as a result he went into state of depression and has poor mental health. Inderjit also counsels her brother from time-to-time and coaches him basic maths & English.

The staff at Sandwell Valley School are proud of her achievements to date and have always praised her positivity and a can-do attitude in everything she does. Inderjit is one of the best performers in her GCSE class.

Winner

A man visually impaired, that has held not just the YCA community Centre, Sandwell for years but communities, someone that is described by work colleagues and community members as 

  • non judgemental

  • always there in times of need

  • Moral pillar 

  • a calm soul 

 

From social to professional attributes and honour to be around, someone that is always constantly reminding us to do the right thing, via actions or speech, open to all nationalities and religions. 

A magical heart beats within you our friend, thinking of others first and going that extra mile.

 

From the community to you this is your very own Bearded Broz Community award, well done. 

Winner

A woman who has suffered with cancer for years now, still under going treatment, who puts herself last always helping others first.

From Running community kitchens to organising Homeless boutiques, Anne is our special winner that was nominated by you the public several times to receive this award, for all the work you do, we would like to thank you 

From the community to you this is your very own Bearded Broz Community award, well done.

Winner

Meet Tracie, a volunteer at the Glebe Centre, Wasall, for years now helping on a voluntary basis.

Making a difference in the lives of others less fortunate than her, from feeding to clothing this is a true gem of our community.

An inspirational person with a generous heart always putting others first

From the community to you this is your official Bearded Broz Community award, well done

Winner