UK Government recognition
CCV Global's founder receives an award from the UK Prime Minister
Rory Moore, founder of CCV Global, was awarded the Point of Light Award by Boris Johnson, UK Prime Minister, in recognition of his work.
In a personal letter to Rory, the Prime Minister said:
“Congratulations on the incredible success of CCV Global. Through your app design, you have made volunteering accessible and simple. Whether it is matching volunteers with those in need of essential supplies, or even just a listening ear, your network has touched thousands of lives.
“You are an inspiration, and a testament to the power of our youth in tackling one of the greatest challenges of our time. On behalf of the whole country, thank you.”
Reacting to the award, Rory said:
“I am incredibly honoured to have been recognised by the Prime Minister and receive this award.
“With the world facing the biggest public health challenge in over a century, my organisation has worked hard to assist those in need around the globe. Reaching 40 countries across six continents, our digital volunteering infrastructure has simultaneously provided vital services to the vulnerable and encouraged individuals to help out in their communities.
“I would like to dedicate this award to our team of volunteers around the world who are doing their best to tackle the effects of COVID-19 where they live.”