Izzy nominated for an award for helping people amidst coronavirus crisis 

Izzy volunteers with TAWS to deliver food parcels to vulnerable people. She also helps run Moseley Together ‘neighbours helping neighbours’ 

The Liberal Democrats have announced that local campaigner Izzy Knowles has been nominated to join the Liberal Democrat Community Champions Hall of Fame for her work to help the most vulnerable in Moseley during the coronavirus crisis.

The Liberal Democrat Community Champions Hall of Fame initiative has been launched by Sir Stuart Etherington, the former Chief executive of the National Council for Voluntary Organisation and Chair of the Liberal Democrat Coronavirus Community Taskforce.

As well as helping people with basic supplies, the nominees have been doing a range of work from sharing best practice and ideas to organising volunteers to call over 35,000 people across the UK to offer assistance.

As part of their induction into the Hall of Fame, successful nominees will also be invited to be interviewed by one of the party’s leading figures in a live webinar that all Lib Dem members will be invited to.

Local Liberal Democrat Izzy said:

“With the Coronavirus crisis leaving the most vulnerable in our communities at risk, it is critical people receive the support they need. That’s why I have been working with the local community to ensure no one is left behind across Moseley

“I am touched to have been nominated for my work, but I am even prouder to be part of a team helping countless people facing hardship. I would encourage everyone to help in whatever way they can during this difficult time.”

Acting Leader of the Liberal Democrats Ed Davey said:

“I have been amazed by the energy, commitment and creativity shown by members of the Lib Dem community during the crisis. I am so proud of people like Izzy Knowles who have worked tirelessly to help vulnerable residents and fight for the best possible support for people facing hardship.”

Chair of the Coronavirus Community Taskforce, Sir Stuart Etherington, said:

“It is critical that vulnerable people in our communities receive the support they need. It will be communities themselves that have to respond to take the pressure off our excellent but hard-pressed statutory services. I look forward to continuing to work with Izzy Knowles and others as we do out bit to slow the spread of coronavirus, prevent the NHS from being overwhelmed and save thousands of lives.”

Preparing salad to go with a meal to be delivered to 300 vulnerable and isolated people across the city. 

One Reply to “Izzy nominated for an award for helping people amidst coronavirus crisis ”

  1. Congratulations to Izzy upon her award in recognition of the fantastic work she has undertaken in the community.
    This comes as no surprise to me, as many years ago, I witnessed the same professionalism, dedication and commitment to keeping her community safe in a previous life as a police officer.
    Well Done!

    Kind Regards
    Paul Lewin

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