Social star Faye in national spotlight

Faye Chadwick, member of the Huddersfield District of the Oddfellows, has been rewarded for being a social superstar and shining example to others.

Faye with her Making a Difference Award

31-year-old Faye (pictured), has been presented with the prestigious Oddfellows Making a Difference Award for ‘Enriching lives socially’. The national award celebrates individuals who stand out in their ability to put on social events that help communities to thrive.

Faye is a much-loved member of the team and has such a fantastic way with our younger members. Jane Nelson, CEO

A member and social coordinator for Huddersfield District Oddfellows, Faye helps to arrange and run events for the local friendship group’s younger members.

Speaking about her award win, Faye says: “I was so surprised when I found out I’d won the award! Making sure there’s a wide range of events for our younger members to get involved with is hugely important. My favourite moment, is the magic of seeing the children’s faces light up at the annual Christmas party when Santa walks in!”

Valerie Lees, District Secretary for Huddersfield District Oddfellows, comments: “Faye’s great ideas, enthusiasm and energy puts the fun into Oddfellows membership, nurturing and encouraging our future members to help them get more out of life. We couldn’t be more proud of her.”

Oddfellows CEO Jane Nelson joins in her praise of Faye, saying: “She is a much-loved member of the team and has such a fantastic way with our younger members and their families. She’s a wonderful ambassador for our Society, and her community spirit is a shining example to others.”

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