Community Spirit Awards 2021

We’ve been shortlisted!

Following our win in the Breakthrough of the Year category in the Calderdale Community Spirit Awards 2020 (hosted by Community Foundation for Calderdale), we are extremely proud to have been shortlisted again in 2021 – this time in the Best New Charity category!

It’s great to see the dedication and hard work of the team at Society for Neurodiversity being recognised in our local community. Thank you to everyone who nominated S4Nd!

The award ceremony takes place on 25 November 2021 at The Venue, Barkisland from 6.30pm.

UPDATE : We won! Thank you to all our supporters and to everyone who nominated us.

We won! Community Spirit Awards 2021 – Best New Charity – S4Nd
We had a great night at the awards ceremony!

The Community Foundation for Calderdale supports charities and voluntary groups across Calderdale, working alongside these groups to address inequalities and create opportunities for those who need them the most.

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