HONOURED FOR SUPPORTING VICTIMS

Two volunteers at Victim Support Scottish Borders have had their work recognised.'Jackie Green is a projects executive working for Scottish Enterprise in the rural operations team in Galashiels. For her commitment, Scottish Enterprise presented her with a Chairman's Award for Community Engagement and a quaich. Scottish Enterprise also donated �200 to Victim Support Scotland.'Navin Mistry's input to Victim Support Scottish Borders resulted in award through the Millennium Volunteers Programme, supported by the Scottish Government, for 150 hours' voluntary work. This honour is for young volunteers between 16 to 25 years and was presented at a ceremony in the Volunteer Hall, Galashiels, organised by the town's Volunteer Centre.'''From left, Gill Cain (staff member), Navin Mistry, Jackie Green and Karen Lawson (staff member)
Two volunteers at Victim Support Scottish Borders have had their work recognised.'Jackie Green is a projects executive working for Scottish Enterprise in the rural operations team in Galashiels. For her commitment, Scottish Enterprise presented her with a Chairman's Award for Community Engagement and a quaich. Scottish Enterprise also donated �200 to Victim Support Scotland.'Navin Mistry's input to Victim Support Scottish Borders resulted in award through the Millennium Volunteers Programme, supported by the Scottish Government, for 150 hours' voluntary work. This honour is for young volunteers between 16 to 25 years and was presented at a ceremony in the Volunteer Hall, Galashiels, organised by the town's Volunteer Centre.'''From left, Gill Cain (staff member), Navin Mistry, Jackie Green and Karen Lawson (staff member)

Two volunteers at Victim Support Scottish Borders have had their work recognised.

Jackie Green is a projects executive working for Scottish Enterprise (SE) in the rural operations team in Galashiels. For her commitment, SE presented her with a Chairman’s Award for Community Engagement and a quaich. SE also donated £200 to Victim Support Scotland.

Navin Mistry’s input to Victim Support Scottish Borders resulted in award through the Millennium Volunteers Programme, supported by the Scottish Government, for 150 hours’ voluntary work. This honour is for young volunteers between 16 to 25 years and was presented at a ceremony in the Volunteer Hall, Galashiels, organised by the town’s Volunteer Centre.