The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service
About the Queen’s Award
The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK. Groups in the community also know it as the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Award for Voluntary Service. Therefore, it recognizes outstanding work in their communities. The award created in 2002, celebrates the Queen’s Golden Jubilee. Winners are announced each year on 2 June – the anniversary of the Queen’s Coronation.
MBE (The Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire)
The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service recipients become a member of the Most Excellent Order of British Empire. Also, Individuals, groups recognised with an MBE can use this British honour with their names. Furthermore, entitled recipients can use the Queen’s Award emblem on their website, stationery, and other printed material.
Wholehearted Voluntary Service
The members of the World Mission Society Church of God participate in various kinds of voluntary services. These services include activities such as environmental cleanup campaign, tree planting campaign, blood donation, charity event, disaster relief, etc.
Our goal is to deliver the love of Mother and make this world a better place for everyone. We all work with Mother’s heart. And every single member who participates in the volunteer work wears a big smile on their face whilst working. It is because we are so happy and thankful to be part of the volunteer work. The Church of God members throughout the world have carried out various forms of good deeds. And their wholehearted, sincere work has moved the hearts of numerous people around the world.
As a result, the church of God received more than 2,000 awards from the governments and organisations in the U.K, United States, Korea, and many other countries.