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“Great stuff, Khalid! Our family was delighted to make a contribution and see that the items went to a good cause. All the best going forward to you and all the great team there.”

Yours sincerely,
Fraser Middleton

“Hi Khalid
Congratulations to you and the team. Well-deserved recognition.”

Kind regards
Making Space, Sharon Liddle, Home Administrator

“Fantastic to hear your work has been recognised – we found out about you when we inherited two chairs and didn’t want to scrap them. I have shared this with the Care Home my mother is currently in, just in case they are unaware of you.
So good to have the feedback too. Thank you for your efforts.”

Heather Nunn, Private equipment donor

“Thank you so much and thank you for the wonderful work you do and congratulations on your award”

Olivia, Private equipment donor
Sponsors Experian, who would normally have presented Khalid with his medal, said:

“We are so pleased to present Khalid with his award for making an outstanding contribution to both his local community and across the world, having such a positive impact on society”

Awards are humbling but the real winners are the donors and the end recipients.

Scotland’s Champions 2023 – 2024

Scotland’s Champions in partnership with the Daily Record, Sunday Mail and Utilita recognises and celebrates the exceptional achievements of the country’s ordinary people throughout Scotland. After amalgamating the Daily Record Our Heroes Awards and The Sunday Mail Great Scot Awards which ran for a combined 43 years, Scotland’s Champions is now media brands biggest most prestigious awards ceremony for everyday heroes who achieve great things against adversity.

Teams scour communities across Scotland in search of the unsung heroes – the people who deserve recognition for their efforts that seemingly go under the radar.

Read the full story via the links below.…-a0766430670

Points of Light 2023

Wheels to Heal Trustees Khalid Raza and Abid Ali, attended a Burn’s night celebration of Scottish Culture at 10 Downing Street and were duly recognised at the 1972 winners of the the Point of Light Award presented by the British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

The daily Points of Light award recognises outstanding individual volunteers – people who are making a change in their community. Points of Light are outstanding individual volunteers – people who are making a change in their community. Every week-day the Prime Minister recognises an inspirational volunteer with the daily Points of Light award.
Doing everything from tackling knife crime, to supporting families of dementia patients, our UK Points of Light are fundraising, awareness raising, problem solving heroes who all had an idea they decided to make a reality. Their actions have changed lives and their stories can inspire thousands more to get involved or start their own initiatives.

BCAo for International Achievement 2021

Wheels to Heal achievement in 2021 is for the very few whose activities overseas have caught the imagination of those here in the UK, where quantifiable results have been validated and where the impact of their activity has been profound. Achievement for this category can be in any discipline, and cover any of the other BCA categories, but essentially have to positively affect communities in foreign climes. This award recognises international achievement by British companies, charities or individuals which has a deep impact on the image of the UK to those audiences.

The Honours are a benchmark against which individuals will be able to measure their standing in the community; the respect with which they are held by others; and benefit from recognition for their endeavour. All recipients are featured on The British Citizen Award Roll of Honour and invited to use the acronym (BCA) after their names serves as a constant reminder of their achievements. The medal is normally present at the House of Lords.

Just Giving Awards 2018

Wheels to Heal was one of three finalists for the Change Maker of the Year category. The Change Maker of the Year award celebrates the remarkable people who have each been inspired to make the world a better place.