Rock Star Awards to support Southampton charity
19th October 2018
No Limits has been selected as one of two charity beneficiaries for Rock Recruitment’s annual Rock Star Awards, the other being AIM Community in Bournemouth. Rock Recruitment launched the awards back in 2012 to celebrate and reward the achievements of skilled and enthusiastic young people aged 16-26.
The new charity beneficiaries were announced at the launch of the Rock Star Awards 2019 launch at Bournemouth University’s Business Executive Centre. Annabel Hodgson, CEO of No Limits says, “We are delighted to have been chosen by the Rock Star Awards team as one of their chosen charities this year. There is a brilliant fit between our charity’s work with young people and the spotlight on young people which the awards provide. We are grateful to Rock Recruitment and the Award sponsors for their support.”
Angela Piromalli, CEO and Founder of Rock Recruitment and The Rock Star Awards says, “It was a really easy choice for us to pick No Limits as our Hampshire based charitable partner this year. Our values just fitted perfectly together in our mission to support and encourage young people from often disadvantaged backgrounds. We cannot wait to work with them and hopefully be able to raise them lots of money to keep on supporting young people across Hampshire.”
This year there are a number of new categories for which young people across Dorset and Hampshire can be nominated that have been kindly sponsored by the following: Agincare UK, Bournemouth University, Bournemouth and Poole College, Breeze Volkswagen, Datacenta, Dorset Growth Hub, Greendale Construction, Organix, Teachers Building Society, Treehouse Digital and Streetwise HR. If you would like to make a nomination, visit: www.rockrecruitment.co.uk/rockawards/nominations/