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Lamissah La-Shontae BCA Nominated for National Diversity Awards 2022 for Positive Role Model Award f

😲😲😲 OH MY GOODNESS...... Truly Honoured, Overwhelmed, Privileged and extremely blessed to share I have just got over the absolute shock and excitement of finding out yesterday.. the most Incredible news ever.. I'm actually lost for words.. and in total shock ARGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH 🙏🏽❤⭐ I HAVE BEEN NOMINATED FOR NATIONAL DIVERSITY AWARDS 2022 Positive Role Model for Age: Sponsored by The Open University National Diversity Awards ITV News ITV The Open University Please feel free to share and ask friends to vote too.. whatever it takes.. It's an absolute honour to be nominated.. THIS IS FOR US ALL... BECAUSE WITHOUT YOU ALL.. THIS WOULDN'T BE POSSIBLE ❤ PLEASE VOTE 👇 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Lamissah La-Shontae BCA Nominated for the UK’ Largest Diversity Awards PRESS RELEASE: Lamissah La-Shontae BCA a local Actress, International Model, Influencer, Charity Campaigner and Inspirational Role Model from Burnley Lancashire has been nominated for the Positive Role Model Award for Age: Sponsored by The Open University at The National Diversity Awards 2022. The Breathtaking Liverpool Anglican Cathedral will play host to this year’s awards, to be held on 16th September 2022. Britain’s most inspirational and selfless people will come together to honour the rich tapestry of our nation, recognising individuals and groups from grass roots communities. The prestigious black tie event recognises nominees in their respective fields of diversity including age, disability, gender, race, faith, religion and sexual orientation. Lamissah La-Shontae BCA British Actress and International Model Is A Positive role model and inspiration to young and old making a difference in the world supporting charities Mental Health Bullying Racism On 26/10/2021 at Palace Of Westminster House Of Lords Lamissah La-Shontae recieved her BCA medal For Being Inspirational Role Model and her years of Fundraising A little quote from Press Release "Lamissah La-Shontae Bhatti, Age 14 from Lancashire, has been presented with the Medal of Honour at the Palace of Westminster, from Nicky Cox MBE, Patron of the BCyA and Editor, First News The British Citizen Youth Award in association with Specsavers is now in its fifth year and recognises exceptional under 18’s who have positively impacted their communities through the county. Lamissah started her love for charity work at the age of five, seeing her younger brother suffer with complex health conditions. Visiting her brother at various hospitals, Lamissah saw many sick children and adults which inspired her to start her journey to fundraising and various awareness campaigns for many different charities. Lamissah has run events such as a Sponsored Swim, Charity Kids Day, Charity Fashion shows, a fundraising walk and Sponsored carol singing – nothing is out of reach for Lamissah to raise awareness and raising over £10,000. Having seen many children with underlying health issues, Lamissah’s empathetic nature sees her regularly visit children’s hospitals, where she will read to the children or be an ear to listen to them, giving them some sense of normality. She has created Christmas boxes and gift bags all from her own pocket, wanting them to have something to open and look forward to. Lamissah herself suffered with a health scare, removing a benign skin melanoma, but turned this into a positive by working on a worldwide campaign which shows models with scars in every aspect from cancer to burns. Lamissah continues to raise money for the charities so close to her heart." ITV News will be working in association with The National Diversity Awards to highlight role models and community organisations on regional and national news channels. Rachel Corp, Acting Editor, ITV News said; “We are pleased that ITV News will once again be supporting the National Diversity Awards. ITV News remains committed to telling the stories of those, who through their work and dedication to helping others have made a difference; enhancing equality, diversity and inclusion in our society.” The UK’s largest diversity awards has attracted a growing list of supporters including Adam Hills, Graham Norton and Katie Piper. Sir Lenny Henry CBE, last year’s winner of the Celebrity of the Year gong said; “Diversity to me means involving everybody without any discrimination; its means having integrated groups in society, it means fairness and total inclusion and that’s what the National Diversity Awards are about. Congratulations to everyone who has been nominated, you’re all doing a fantastic job, rock on!” The National Diversity Awards receives over 60,000 nominations and votes annually. Founder & CEO Paul Sesay said, “As we enter our 11th awards season, The National Diversity Awards prepare to welcome a host of outstanding role models and charities to our family. We look to those who represent progress, spirit and resilience, and I cannot wait to learn about the wonderful work being carried out this year”. Nominations are now open and close May 20th 2022 - so don’t miss out on your chance to get involved! Shortlisted nominees will be announced shortly after this date. To nominate please visit: @ndawards /NationalDiversityAwards


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