Our Infant Development and Family Practitioner Rebecca Butterworth collected her award for Outstanding Contribution to the Community last week. The award was given as part of the The No More Service Community Awards, an event celebrating inspiring people who have turned their lives around or given their time to support others.
Councillor Sharon Taylor, Leader of Stevenage Borough Council, said: “All of the winners and nominees have made such a difference either in getting their lives back on track or helping others to do that. Their inspiring stories show the difference the No More Service is making and why it is so important.”
Rebecca was nominated and won for the work she does supporting parents to give their children the best possible start in life. Rebecca has shown commitment to supporting change for every family member and the work she does with parents will have a ripple effect for generations.
For Baby’s Sake is an innovative, whole family approach to achieving better outcomes for infants and young children by tackling the cycle and impact of DVA, whilst simultaneously integrating parenting support. Everyone at For Baby's Sake and The Stefanou Foundation were delighted and proud of Rebecca's hard work and achievements.