Students from Loughborough have become the latest winners of David Cameron's Big Society Award.
Loughborough Students' Action Group, which was set up in 1997, helps to inspire and harness the volunteering power of students across Loughborough. Last year they helped over 2,000 students to give something back to the local community.
In the last year the group have made a number of achievements:
- Recruited 2,303 volunteers equating to 19,000 hours of time and £120,000 at minimum wage.
- Raised over £70,000.
- Overseen over 40 regular projects and 130 one-off projects
For more information about the Big Society Award, click here.
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