Atul Pathak Community Awards Recognise Contribution of Local Groups & Charities in Brent
16 September 2016: – At the recent 3rd Atul Pathak Community Awards at the House of Commons two local groups from across the Borough of Brent received recognition for their efforts to make a difference to their local community.
NorthwestTWO Residents Association, Brent – presented by Dawn Butler MP
- Strives to improve the quality of life in the community through promoting recycling, social events, and gardening which brings the community together
Ten awards in total were made by Atul Pathak OBE, the Managing Director of the Appt Corporation one of London’s leading McDonald’s franchisees which last year served over 18 million customers at its 29 restaurants located across West and North London.
Each recipient was presented with a certificate to recognise and thank them for the fantastic work they do in their own communities and also a donation for them to put towards a particular project or objective. The awards also included a ‘partnership pledge’ to give them access to Appt Corporation’s management team who can offer them additional, tailored support ranging from advice in marketing, or PR, or finance as well the use of their local McDonald’s over the next twelve months.
Speaking after the awards, Atul said: “Getting involved and supporting your local community is what these Awards have set out to encourage. Our success relies heavily on the local communities in which we operate so it is important that we champion local causes. The awards are a small way of supporting and thanking those groups for all that they do for their local communities.”
ATTACHED PHOTOS SHOW
Adnan Jaffery – L to R – Atul Pathak, Roger Wynne-Dyke, Ariadne Azad of Adnan Jaffery Educational Trust and Tulip Siddiq MP
NorthwestTWO Residents Association – – L to R – Atul Pathak, Ben Tansley, Marie Hancock and Dawn Butler MP
For further information and photos of the awards ceremony:
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