3. Our Partners
Suffolk County Council
Suffolk County Council are proud to be working alongside the Police and wider partners to develop this new initiative. We recognise how challenging the past year has been and how much young people have adapted to these difficulties, and risen above to support their friends, family and wider communities to take a lead role in challenging discrimination and hate.
We want to celebrate all the good work being done across the County within schools by supporting the Hope Awards, both as a leading partner in the design of the awards and as a sponsor for the HOPE award.
We look forward to receiving applications and celebrating the good work taking place across Suffolk.
East Anglian Daily Times
"The EADT and Ipswich Star are delighted to support the HOPE Awards.
"Young people have faced a particularly challenging time during the pandemic, with home-schooling and so much uncertainty around how the coronavirus crisis will affect their futures.
"Yet whatever their own circumstances, so many young people have stepped up to the mark to support their communities. They have shown amazing kindness and compassion in helping people less fortunate than themselves.
"They have truly done us proud and the HOPE Awards will give them the recognition they deserve."
BBC Radio Suffolk
BBC Radio Suffolk Breakfast Show presenter Mark Murphy: “ I’m so pleased that BBC Radio Suffolk is involved, it’s lovely to highlight some of the great work going in our schools.”
Suffolk FA are pleased to support the Suffolk Hope Awards. These new awards are a great opportunity to recognise those individuals who have shown the core values of the awards throughout the course of the year within their communities. It's important for us to Stand Together and support the young people in Suffolk and these awards are a great opportunity to highlight their contributions and give hope to others.
The Hope Awards are supported by the Suffolk Community Safety Partnerships.