In addition to the award of an OBE to Barrow Cadbury Trustee, and former Chair, Anna Southall, a number of friends and colleagues of the Trust from across the voluntary sector and beyond were recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours this year.
Charity Bank CEO Patrick Crawford becomes a Companion of the Order of Bath, while its founder Malcolm Hayday becomes a CBE.
There were also CBEs for Caroline Cooper (known to most of us as Caroline Mason) of Big Society Capital, recognising her services to social investment; former Youth Justice Board CEO John Drew and former Nuffield Foundation Director Anthony Tomei.
David Hutchison of Social Finance receives an OBE, as does CCLA Chief Executive Michael Quicke, for his services to national heritage.
In their centenary year, Carnegie Trust Chair Angus Hogg becomes an MBE, as does Jane Ward, founder and director of Wolverhampton’s Central Youth Theatre, which recently received a grant from the Wolverhampton Gift, administered by the Barrow Cadbury Trust.