17 Dec Autism’s got Talent receive a global accolade
Anna Kennedy OBE and her team of charity volunteers attended an event held at the Amba Hotel Marble Arch to receive a ‘Special Recognition Award’ for the charities inspirational Autism’s got Talent.
Liam Burgess one of Autism’s got Talent performers showcased his talent for the audience at the event a song from ‘Les Miserable’ and Liam received a standing ovation.
Pineapple Performing Arts were also in attendance supporting the charity since they have been working alongside Anna and her team at the Mermaid Theatre.
Anna Kennedy shares with the audience that Autism’s got Talent now receive auditions from overseas as well as across the UK and is a springboard for performers to go onto other avenues and many friendships are made amongst performers and their families.
The founder Caroline Makaka Founder of Ladies Of All Nations International also known as LOANI is a champion of diversity.
She contacted Anna at the beginning of the Year after she heard of the work of the charity and was impressed with the hard work and determination of Anna alongside her volunteers in raising autism awareness and acceptance.
LOANI operates world wide chiefly to bring Nations together under the umbrella of humanity with the ultimate goal being to support and uplift the underpriviledged in various communities. LOANI is now covering 85 Countries worldwide promoting diversity & inclusiveness covering ALL aspects of Equality & Diversity – including age, race, gender, sexuality, religion, disability.. etc
Closing date for next year’s entries for Autism’s got Talent is December 31. Please see www.annakennedyonline.com for further information