On the 21st June the Prime Minister is honoured Gayle Berry for her inspiring voluntary work with Love Support Unite Africa Foundation as the founder of the Mother and Baby Project in Malawi and a champion fundraiser for the organisation.
LSU founders Nina Roots and Alice Pulford were also awarded the Points of Light in earlier years for their work setting up and developing Tilinanu Orphanage and Love Support Unite Africa Foundation.
The Prime Minister’s daily Points of Light award recognises outstanding individual volunteers – people who are making positive changes in their communities. The UK award was set up in partnership with the US Points of Light Foundation, which was established over 25 years ago and has since recognised over 6,000 inspiring volunteers in the US. Gayle Berry will be the UK’s 933rd Point of Light.
Essentially this is a way of the Prime Minister saying ‘thank you’ for outstanding voluntary service. Many congratulations again to you on becoming a Point of Light!
We are all so proud that Gayle is part of the LSU team as a Trustee of Tilinanu and founder of the Mother and baby Project in Malawi. Well done Gayle!