Camphill MK Awarded the Carole Baume Gold Award for Inclusion

Camphill MK Awarded the Carole Baume Gold Award for Inclusion

We are delighted to have received the MK Community Foundation’s Gold Award for ‘most inclusive organisation’.

Cllr Emily Darlington presented Carolyn with the award in memory of her mother-in-law, Carole Baume, who supported and championed communities in Milton Keynes for many years. The panel chose Camphill MK for not just the work we do to support the residents but also how we engage with other causes, such as our LGBTQ+ awareness video, creating the easy-to-read guide for the International Festival, and mystery shopping for the centre:mk.

They were impressed by our in-house training to support individuals in gaining skills and our increasing staff numbers, which are creating even more jobs in MK. Well done to all of you—these awards recognise our community as a whole!

About The Carole Baume Award

Carole Baume was a well-respected member of the Milton Keynes Community Foundation trustee board, and she always championed the voluntary sector.

The Carole Baume award aims to recognise three organisations or charities in Milton Keynes that inspire and have achieved greatly in the last 12 months.

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