Charity Shortlisted in two Inspiring Hertfordshire 2015 Award Categories

Posted on April 28th, 2015


The Muscle Help Foundation is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted as a Finalist in two of this year’s Inspiring Hertfordshire 2015 – the Award categories are: Community Champion and Social Enterprise of the Year.

Now into its fourth year, Inspiring Hertfordshire 2015 is the most prestigious Awards scheme in the county and this year, it promises to be bigger than ever. The Awards enable Hertfordshire businesses to showcase their performance and achievements to clients and customers, suppliers, business alliances and to all of the Hertfordshire business community.


“Launched to celebrate success and boost business confidence in the county of Hertfordshire, this year has seen a record number of entries which makes being short-listed as a Finalist in not one but two Award categories all the more gratifying,” said Michael McGrath, CEO of The Muscle Help Foundation.

“The charity works extremely hard so this recognition offers a unique platform to thank those who continue to support our cause through donations and fundraising events as well as our growing tribe of Muscle Warrior volunteers who selflessly dedicate their time, skill and energy in helping us change lives and give hope. This is a team-wide effort, so please, wish us luck and why not check back after Thursday 14th May to find out whether or not we can once again call ourselves winners,” added McGrath.

Chamber Chairman, Neville Reyner CBE DL, said: “We have been overwhelmed by the response to these awards. The quality of the entries was most impressive and presented an almost impossible challenge for the judges.”

Award winners will be announced at the Gala Dinner taking place at the Porsche Centre Hatfield on Thursday 14 May. This sensational evening attracts over 350 business people from across Hertfordshire and is a night of celebration and entertainment.


72 nominations for Inspiring Hertfordshire business awards
Herts and Essex Observer
Posted: 23rd April 2015

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Lydia Drukarz, Director
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