One Dan Hughes
We have been both surprised and honored to receive a number of awards for the work we do and we would like to thank those people who have nominated us as well as those groups and organisations who have recognised our efforts.
Pride of Birmingham - special recognition award.
26th of March 2019, we were invited to Birmingham University
to receive this award.
On the right are a selection
of pictures from a very
special evening and the
video that accompanied
BBC radio stoke - make a difference award
The 6th of June 2018 saw us collect this certificate of appreciation on Dan's behalf from BBC Radio Stoke
Points of Light Award
The Prime Minister has today, 2 October, recognised Sue and David Hughes, from Stoke on Trent, for fundraising over £230,000 for 'Cardiac Risk in the Young' arranging over 1,700 vital heart screenings for young adults in memory of their son Daniel, who died aged 28 from an undetected heart condition.With their daughter Kim, Sue and David initially set out to provide a minimum of 200 local young people in the West Midlands with access to annual heart screenings. After their fundraising exceeded expectations, they have continued their campaign, as well as opening a memorial garden to Daniel at Audley Football Club where he used to play.”
In a personal letter we received from the Prime Minister he said
"I know you do this with no thought of praise or reward, but allow me to offer my own recognition of how you have raised over £230,000 for ‘Cardiac Risk in the Young’ and arranged over 1,700 vital heart screenings in memory of your son Daniel."