Ran by the Better Society Network, the Better Society Awards shine a spotlight on organisations that create a better, more equal, and sustainable world.
We are so proud to have won the award for Best Partnership with an International Charity alongside our partner at Reckitt. The award recognises the Reckitt and Raleigh partnership and our project to increase safe sanitation and hygiene practises in Tanzania through a pioneering skills-based volunteering programme, where young people developed behaviour change interventions that changed hygiene and sanitation behaviours, making a real difference to people’s lives.
Raleigh International and Reckitt were presented with the award at the Better Society Awards Ceremony on 11th May.
Milly Dawson, Social Impact Partnerships Engagement Manager at Reckitt:
“We are delighted to win this award in partnership with Raleigh International. Partners are integral in helping us bring to life our purpose to protect, heal and nurture in the relentless pursuit of a cleaner, healthier world.
Throughout our partnership, Reckitt volunteers have been empowered by Raleigh International to use their skills and knowledge to improve access to safe water and sanitation in communities all over the world. By working together, we combine both organisation’s expertise to create long-lasting, positive change, as is highlighted in the Power of Collaboration report we launched in December 2021.
Thank you to everyone at Raleigh International for working with us to create such an impactful partnership.”
Alessandra Wayman, Senior Corporate Parentships Officer at Raleigh International:
“We’re thrilled to have won this award with Reckitt and celebrate our innovative partnership, which puts young people at the heart of solving the world’s biggest challenges.
Corporate partners like Reckitt, have the skills and expertise to create positive change with young people and this partnership is a great example of what can be achieved through collaboration, volunteering and youth-led action.
Thank you to Reckitt, the team and volunteers who made this impactful partnership happen.”