Awards for our work
We are proud to have received a number of awards for our work over previous years
Awarded to Gillian Gaunt from St Giles Yorkshire for her work supporting children and young people from families experiencing severe disadvantages such as poverty, homelessness and substance misuse.
2020 Howard League Community Awards
In 2020, the team who support young victims of serious violence in hospitals in the Midlands won a commendation in the Liaison and Diversion category of the Howard League Community Awards.
2020 Criminal Justice Alliance Awards
In 2020, Brendan Ross won the Outstanding Individual Award for his work promoting peer-led services putting people with lived experience at the heart of service delivery and enabling them to shape services. Brendan manages the Peer Circles project at St Giles helping people experiencing multiple disadvantages overcome barriers and progress towards employment.
Awarded to Barrington Wright from the SOS Project for his work helping young people involved in or at risk of gang exploitation.
Butler Trust Award
Awarded to Lee Dutton from St Giles Cymru in recognition of his work helping disadvantaged families involved in the criminal justice system and work supporting young people at risk.
Awarded to David Jolie from Community Services for his work helping adults facing multiple and complex disadvantage.
Robin Corbett Award for Prisoner Rehabilitation
In recognition of our work with foreign national prisoners in HMP Huntercombe
Tech 4 Good & Redemption and Justice Awards
Our digital online client support platform Peer Assist won both awards.
Criminal Justice Alliance Awards
Awarded to the Skills and Employment Team for their work helping people who have been involved with the criminal justice system into employment.
The Charity Awards
Won by our SOS Project under the Advice Support and Advocacy.
The WIRE project which supported women leaving prison was a finalist in the Advice Support and Advocacy category.
Third Sector Excellence Awards
Awarded to Barrington Wright on our SOS Project for Volunteer of the Year.
Butler Trust Award and the Charity Awards
Both awards won by our CAFÉ project, which helped families facing secere disadvantages to progress towards stability and independence.
At the Charity Awards, we were also finalists in the Education and Training category for the Teacher Training Project, which allowed serving prisoners to gain a teacher training qualification and help other prisoners to upskill.
Centre for Social Justice Award
Won by the SOS Project for the work helping young people involved in gangs and serious violence.
The Longford Prize
Awarded to Junior Smart, founder of the SOS Project, for his work helping young people safely exit gangs.
South London Press Awards
Awarded to the SOS Project by the South London Press, who also gave the Hero of the Year award to Junior Smart.
Won by Maria McNicholl for developing Peer Advisor Programme in prisons.
Volunteer of the Year was given to Vickie Morton for her work on the Brief Intervention Service, helping homeless people secure housing and address wider issues trapping them in homelessness.
St Giles won for the Straight to Work project, which employed former prisoners to meet prison leavers at the gate on their day of release, helping them get housing and successfully resettle into the community.
We won under the Advice, Support and Advocacy category for the Peer Advisor training in prisons.