Awards 2012

Awards 2012

The 2012 SMN Annual Recognition Awards took place as part of our National Event at St Paul's & St George's Church in Edinburgh on Wednesday 7th November 2012. The Awards were presented to winners by Jacqueline Thomas, Chair of SMN.

The coveted Project of the Year Award 2012 was presented to YMCA Scotland for its innovative Plusone Mentoring project.

Category Award Winners were:

  • Business Project of the Year 2012 - HI-Arts Craft Development, Making Progress Mentoring Programme
  • Early Intervention Project of the Year 2012 - Transforming Lives: Young Parents Progression Pathway, One Parent Families Scotland
  • Education Project of the Year 2012 - QM Connect Peer Support Project, Queen Margaret University
  • Mentoring for Children Project of the Year 2012 - Achive Your Potential, Peeblesshire Youth Trust
  • Mentoring for Young People Project of the Year 2012 - Xplore Peer Mentoring
  • Social Care & Justice Project of the Year 2012 - Routes Out of Prison, The Wise Group
  • Widest Impact Project of the Year 2012 - Lochaber Hope

Most Promising New Project Certificates were awarded to:

Certificates of Continuing Excellent were awarded to:

Individual Recognition Awards:

  • Exceptional Contribution Award 2012 - Dave Hodson, Achive Your Potential, Peeblesshire Youth Trust
  • Exceptional Contribution Award 2012 - Melissa Gibson, Tayside Council on Alcohol Women Only Mentoring Group
  • Exceptional Contribution Award 2012 - Nicole Borthwick, Xplore Peer Mentoring

More information on the award winners can be found in the event round up under the 'Resources' section of our website.