Love, Amelia wins Best Heath Charity at Who Cares Wins Awards

Back in July 2023, our team were honoured to hear Love, Amelia had been nominated in the Who Cares Wins Awards by Karen Noble, Charity Manager at Pallion Action Group.  Karen had nominated our charity in the Best Health Charity category for our work in supporting children and their families who are experiencing poverty and hardship. 

Dated: 02/08/2023 Who Cares Wins .. Love Amelia Case study: Nominee Steph Capewell, CEO of the charity Love,Amelia (Pictured Green Dress) and Nominator Karen Noble Manager of Love Amelia ( Orange Top) see story of Steph Capewell set up the charity Love, Amelia after her daughter Amelia died at just 12 minutes old. While in the hospital she came across a teenage mum, who didn't know she was pregnant, being stretchered in. The teenager had nothing for her baby so Steph gave her what she had.

The Cares Wins Awards celebrates NHS workers, community heroes, and exceptional individuals who make a difference.  2023 brought the sixth award ceremony, celebrating 75 years of the NHS.  

After being shortlisted as a finalist, alongside More than a Face and The Anne Robson Trust, we were invited to a star-studded event on 19th September at The Roundhouse in London for the awards ceremony hosted by none other than TV legend Davina McCall. 

The event was broadcast by Channel 4 and our charity’s CEO and founder, Steph Capewell, collected the award from Ru Paul’s Drag Race stars Michelle Visage and Leomie Anderson.  

“The key to life is to be more like Steph. She turned a tragedy into something that can help many for years to come.”
Leomie Anderson

We were able to spend time having wonderful conversations with some big names, sharing what Love, Amelia does to support those in greatest need.  A handful of the are pictured below with Sir Trevor McDonald, Denise Welch,  Anthony Joshua, Judge Rob Rinder, Ellie Simmonds, and Harry Redknapp. 

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