PACE Awarded Project of the Year 2019 by A2Dominion
A2Dominion, a residential property group with a social purpose, hosted their seventh Annual Awards Ceremony on 14 June at the Renaissance Hotel on Bath Road in London to celebrate and recognize the valuable contribution made by their residents and partners to the success of their projects. This support has enabled A2Dominion, over the past year, to engage with over 4100 health, well-being and financial inclusion projects as well as helping people with employment support and apprenticeships.
PACE is delighted to have received The Project of the Year Award in recognition of its community involvement, providing adapted sports and physical activity programmes for people of all ability levels. PACE continues to provide pathways for disabled people to improve the quality of their lives and their independence through personal development and experiences they may not otherwise have access to.
Krishna Birdy, the Founder of PACE, collected the Award on behalf of all PACE members and volunteers and thanked A2Dominion, in particular, Julie Brooker and Teresa Parish, saying,
“Thank you to all at A2Dominion, I am absolutely delighted with this Award. PACE has only been able to do what it does because of the support provided by Julie and Teresa through A2Dominion. By providing PACE with a venue to deliver our activities, they have in turn allowed many disabled people to experience physical activity programmes they would otherwise not have access to.”