The Niamh Louise Foundation are delighted to announce that the charity has been awarded the Best Community Impact award for the Mid-Ulster area.
The area, which includes the council areas of Cookstown, Dungannon & South Tyrone and Magherafelt has a vast population and the charity is pleased that it has been recognised in the catchments for really making a difference to communities.
At a Glitzy awards ceremony in Glenavon House Hotel on 10th November, the event was hosted jointly by the Mid-Ulster Mail and Tyrone Times and was attended by over 350 people from the Business and Voluntary sector.
The Charity was up against businesses such as Network Personnel, Beam, Donaghmore and Steel Weld in this category and with such renowned competition, was delighted to come up on top.
Teresa Mc Kenna on behalf of the Charity collected the award. In attendance on the Night was MLAs
Arlene Foster and Michele O’Neill, with Mayor of Dungannon/South Tyrone Ken Reid as well.
The event was capably hosted by Brian Mc Cauley of Dungannon Enterprise centre finished with Comedian Gene Fitzpatrick gracing the stage and keeping the large crowd well entertained.
Many thanks to all those who nominated the charity initially and voted for charity to come out on top in this category.