The Friends of The Trust Awards Night 2020

Our Sport and Recreation Team were not prepared to let the pandemic spoil their Annual Friends of The Trust Awards Night so on Saturday 27th June they hosted the awards online and live! The night is always one of the highlights on The Disability Trust calendar and this year with the help of our ICT team and support crew behind the scene we delivered participants awards to their homes!!

This night is one of the highlights of The Disability Trust calendar and is a night where we get to celebrate our participants and their efforts in their sport and rec program and have a night filled with fun, laughs and dancing. 

Congratulations to all the award winners and a massive thanks to the team for making the night such a success. Watch the video below to see all the winners.

To see the excitement on the faces of all the program winners was priceless and all the great pictures that were shared on social media were awesome.

Thank you to everyone for your support on the night whilst it was definitely different it was still a lot of fun.  

 

 

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