Hertford College were delighted to host Children Heard and Seen this week as they celebrated being presented with the Queen’s Award.
Oxfordshire based charity Children Heard and Seen received the Queen’s Award for volunteer groups, which is presented to organisations around the country to recognise outstanding contribution to local communities. The charity, which was set-up in 2014, provides support and interventions for children with a parent in prison, aiming to mitigate the effects of parental imprisonment on the young person and their families.
To celebrate the award, the charity held a small drinks reception on the Quad, and were joined by the Lord-Lieutenant of Oxfordshire, Tim Stevenson OBE.
The charity are always looking for people to get involved as mentors for young people, and all the information is available on their website for anyone who may be interested.