One of the founding trustees at City Sikhs has been awarded the British Community Honours Award for services to charity at the 19th annual BCHA ceremony held at the House of Lords by The Lord Sheikh and Yasmin Sheikh CBE.
His voluntary work has included working with a wide range of organisations including charities, corporates, faith and interfaith groups, and government departments. One of the projects he has most recently been involved with is working on an app to support professionals in finding mentors to help them with their career aspirations.
On receiving the award, Param said “I am absolutely delighted to receive this prestigious award and have the opportunity to meet so many diverse people who give so much back to society on a daily basis. I hope to continue to do what I can towards promoting diversity and inclusion within society and the world.”
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