We are delighted to announce that The Wolfpack Project has been nominated at this years British Diversity Awards!

The British Diversity Awards promote the values of equality, diversity and inclusion by rewarding those individuals, organisations and unsung heroes who help to make the world and the workplace a better place for others.

They have chosen to recognise the work of The Wolfpack Project in supporting 100’s of young adults (16-35) every month, with one-to-one and group support being provided across a diverse range of communities, such as; LGBTQ+, BAME, Care Leavers and Refugees & Asylum Seekers and those who identify as having a Disability, amongst others.

Founder/CEO of The Wolfpack Project and Good Morning Britain’s Mental Health Champion, Damien Reynolds, had this to say: “The values of Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion have always been at the forefront of The Wolfpack Project. Through the younger people we support, our team of volunteers & employees, as well as our Youth Advisory Board & Board of Trustees, we are empowered by our rich diversity as we collectively represent a wide range of hard-to-reach, often overlooked, communities who are most at risk of loneliness, isolation and poor mental health.”

The British Diversity Awards will be held on Thursday, March 10th at London’s De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, hosted by June Sarpong OBE, where the winners will be announced.

Wish us luck!