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FOUNDATION OF LIGHT
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Our Director of Programmes @Jamie_Wright4 is charting to @Tweed_Barnesy on @bbcnewcastle about our special… https://t.co/r2GTLfLYaB

Today's match shirts are looking 👌. https://t.co/B9AbjRm0CX

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If you are heading to @SunderlandAFC home match tomorrow, you can show your support for our #GiveaQuid campaign, he… https://t.co/5fAhLTYnxZ

Girls from @VenBedeAcademy showing off their skills at UV football yesterday. The session was delivered as part of… https://t.co/j8QKEnfIlS

Huge THANKS to @outdoor_smart who are helping us spread the message about our life-changing work 👍👏… https://t.co/TVjmkLV1hZ

We are in full flow bag packing @Tesco Metro in @BridgesSund. Money raised goes to our #GiveaQuid campaign helping… https://t.co/JkIZPZcDcZ

Just a reminder that Little Dribblers and Little Dribblers playgroup @BeaconofLight tomorrow is cancelled. courses… https://t.co/UbgzTta7MO

The programme design for Saturday's match has been released. Huge thanks to @SunderlandAFC for letting us take over… https://t.co/EEdD4r1z5W

Gracias to @fausto_coppa Spanish club who ran a session in the @BeaconofLight this morning to support #FoLGiveaQuidhttps://t.co/BUkwfFpoHe

Fantastic effort lads! Well done 👏👏👏 https://t.co/n6AfJ6nCtd

@TheBoLSchool Please click the link to support our #FoLGiveaQuid campaign and help us bring more people together… https://t.co/dLNNP9ulNt

@TheBoLSchool Youngsters from the group called bingo, labelled food donations for distribution and helped with dinn… https://t.co/OFOf4Jhcj9

Pupils from @TheBoLSchool visited an elderly people's group in #Southwick yesterday as part of the #FoLGiveaQuid ca… https://t.co/pTmKrmdlLl

THANK YOU to pupils from @GillasLane, Hetton Primary, St Michael's Catholic, Eppleton Academy and East Rainton Prim… https://t.co/o3skofnriL

Unfortunately Little Dribblers @BeaconofLight is cancelled tomorrow. Courses and playgroup are back week commencing… https://t.co/VkHI0Fy4b6

"Social isolation is quite high in Sunderland. Local council figures and government figures do show that there is… https://t.co/Dbbr4sCoiw

Two #NCS graduates popped in to a @PLCommunities Kicks session and set up a few festive activities for the youngste… https://t.co/T6F49TExRi

Foundation CEO says Equality Award is a sign of things to come

Foundation of Light CEO Lesley Spuhler OBE says that winning an Equality award is acknowledgment of the organisation’s pioneering work but more needs to be done.

Foundation of Light recently won the ‘Education/Training Orgs up to 150 staff’ category at the North East Equality Awards, partially as a result of their pioneering work to involve those under-engaged in sport including girls, women and those with disabilities.

However, more work has gone on behind the scenes to bring inclusion and equality to the forefront of the organisation’s culture.

In the past 12 months, the Foundation of Light has updated, developed and delivered: an Equality and Diversity employee policy and procedure; a Dignity at Work policy and procedure; a Disabled Workers policy; a Religious Beliefs policy; and a Young Persons at Work policy.

The charity has also set up an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion working group involving staff at all levels of the organisation and, because of this, have their first Equality, Diversity and Inclusion strategy and action plan.

We are obviously delighted to win this award recognising our efforts to make our organisation and community more inclusive and equal. However, for us this is just a landmark on a longer journey.

Our organisation is committed to giving everyone the opportunity to improve their lives, regardless of their age, gender, race, background or situation. It is imperative that we lead the way in our communities and keep equality and inclusion high on the agenda.

I’ve very proud of what we’ve achieved so far but I want us to continue to improve and set an example for other organisations across our region.

Lesley Spuhler OBE, Foundation of Light CEO

As part of the continuing commitment three staff members have enrolled on an Equality and Diversity Level 2 qualification and the Foundation is working towards the Equality and Diversity Gold Standard for the Foundation of Light.

15 November 2017

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