West Cumbrian MP Jamie Reed has commended the work of award winning local charity,
Hospice at Home West Cumbria, at a the GSK Impact Awards.
The Awards Reception, which was held in Parliament by GSK and The King’s Fund, showcased the successes of a network of award winning health charities. The event also saw the launch of a new innovative national programme to develop leaders in the charity sector, the Cascading Leadership Programme.
Launched by GSK, The King’s Fund and Comic Relief at the reception, the programme will enable high performing charity leaders to share their skills and expertise with a wider pool of charities.
Hospice at Home West Cumbria provides services traditionally found in a Hospice building, to people in their own homes and local communities. They will be supporting the new programme in which charities will be selected to be trained and coached to become peer-consultants to other charities, which will further develop leadership across the sector.
Copeland MP Jamie Reed MP said:
“I am delighted to have met with Hospice at Home West Cumbria at the GSK Impact Awards.
“This innovative local charity are leaders in their sector, and their work to mentor and support other charity leaders across the country is both important and commendable”.