No Limits recognised as voluntary sector leader
13th June 2018
No Limits has won a place on the GSK IMPACT Leaders Programme, which recognises leading health organisations in the voluntary sector.
Previous GSK IMPACT Awards winner No Limits, who won the 2013 GSK IMPACT Award for its outstanding contribution to improving the health and wellbeing of young people in Southampton, are one of four winners to be selected for the programme.
The programme, launched by GSK in partnership with The Kinds Fund, offers experienced members of the GSK IMPACT Awards Network the opportunity to test new ideas, push boundaries, share learning, bring parts of the health and care sector together, and pioneer new approaches to care.
The four winners have been awarded with access to events at The Kings Fund, pro bono support from GSK and £15,000 of core funding as part of the new Leaders Programme. No Limits will use the core funding to undertake a systemic review of their therapeutic services, pathways, resources and relationships with partners in order to develop innovative strategies for the future.
CEO at No Limits, Annabel Hodgson, said “We’re delighted to have been selected for the GSK IMPACT Leaders Programme. Since winning a GSK IMPACT Award in 2013, we have seen significant chances and have subsequently taken opportunities to extend our services both geographically and to new audiences”.