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Best UK Charity Project 2014



Congratulations From Tinchy Stryder!


The Workshop

Campaigning for better representation of people with disabilities in the media, Chelsey Jay was delivering her workshop to a mix of young people and Fixers staff when the award presentation took place. Afterwards, she described the charity's win as 'beautiful.'

You voted Fixers Best UK Charity Project 2014. Thank you!

Each year the National Lottery Awards identify the UK’s favourite Lottery-funded projects, recognising the difference those initiatives have made to people, places and communities across the nation.

Originally selected from over 750 entries, Fixers fended off fierce competition to be named the UK’s Best Charity Project in this year’s awards, following a public vote.

Fixers learnt of the win on Tuesday 2nd September, when musician and entrepreneur Tinchy Stryder made a surprise visit to break the news… (Click here for more)


The Presentation

Fixer Chelsey Jay was running a workshop when Tinchy Stryder paid a visit to present the National Lottery Award. The 23-year-old accepted the trophy on the charity’s behalf.  

The Ceremony

Fixers Chief Executive, Margo Horsley (L) is pictured with Chelsey Jay, Tinchy Stryder and the coveted trophy. The award was officially presented to Fixers during a special, televised ceremony on BBC One.
Click here to watch clips and
read more about the glitzy event!

Fixers Award Win On ITV News Meridian

6,919 people voted for Fixers to win the accolade, despite competition from six other finalists in their category. Media coverage of Fixers' success included this report, broadcast on ITV News Meridian on Tuesday 2nd September.


Chelsey Jay Reacts To Fixers' Win...

'I'm so glad that Fixers have won the National Lottery Award because they are so deserving. They are changing individual's lives, but also those watching what they're doing are going to be changed and touched by it too.'

Margo Horsley,
Fixers Chief Executive

'Winning this National Lottery Award is just so special because it
recognises the hard work of 13,000 young people right across the UK.'


 Images courtesy of Solent News and Photos.

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