2019 Partnership Awards celebrate business support of KM Charity Team

Last week, the KM Charity Team said thank you to its supporters with a special awards ceremony held at the Ashford International Hotel, with the winners being presented with special trophies and framed certificates.

The KM Charity Team presented ITL Group (a G&H company) with the 2019 Partnership Award for our work with Inspire Schools and our ongoing sponsorship and support of the Bright Spark Awards.

The Bright Spark Awards is open to hundreds of schools throughout Kent and encourages students to collaborate using cross-curricular skills in maths, IT, science and engineering to create something new and innovative.

As well as sponsorship of the event, one of our engineering team will be on the judging panel to help decide the winning team.

Managing Director of ITL, Tom Cole, commented:

“It’s such a wonderful achievement to have been presented with our second KM Partnership Award. We are delighted to be working in partnership with the KM Charity Team and Inspire Schools for another year.”

KM Charity Team chief executive Simon Dolby said:

“The support of these people and organisations is absolutely vital to the work we do promoting child health and educational performance and well-being across the south-east. I’m so pleased to be able to say thank you to all of these partners with these awards.”

You can find out more about the Bright Spark Awards on the KM Charity Team website here: kmcharityteam.co.uk/schools/brightspark

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