We had a visit from BBC Look East today!
Suffolk Babies has been shortlisted in the first ever Be the Change Awards – brand new social impact awards to celebrate the UK’s most inspiring ethical and sustainable businesses and individuals making a positive difference on communities, people and the planet.
Suffolk Babies’ commitment to providing free antenatal education through social enterprise has been recognised in the Babies and Children category. The award winners will be announced Friday 26 April 2019 at the Be the Change Awards ceremony in London.
We are absolutely delighted to be shortlisted and to have our hard work recognised on a national level.
The Be the Change Awards is an initiative by ethical champions Sian Conway, the founder of Ethical Hour, a growing global ethical community of changemakers and ethical entrepreneur Jo Salter from clothing brand Where Does It Come From?
Frustrated by the lack of opportunity for smaller, independent and sustainable businesses to get recognition and get their stories heard – the awards will bring much-needed attention to those that are quietly saving the planet but are, as yet, going unnoticed.
Sian Conway from Ethical Hour, said: “We launched the Be the Change Awards to find the next Patagonia or Stella McCartney – businesses and people with a powerful story that are inspiring others and making a real impact on communities, people and the planet.”
Jo Salter from Where Does It Come From? added: “Only those that have given us and the other judges goosebumps for their passion and commitment to being a force for good have been shortlisted and we can’t wait to announce our winners.”
Fingers crossed for success for Suffolk Babies at the awards!