Since the COVID-19 emergency began, Doncaster Chamber of Commerce has heard of many inspiring efforts from businesses, not-for-profit organisations and individuals from all over the region who have made a significant contribution to the Doncaster community.
During a live vote which took place during the virtual awards ceremony, Lauren was nominated for her commitment to keeping the Doncaster community fit and healthy during 12 months of various lockdowns with creative and innovative stay-home solutions which made up the Foundation’s Home Goals campaign.
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Other nominees included Keegan Loveday of the Crown Hotel Bawtry, who after being furloughed started volunteering at Doncaster Royal Infirmary and Tom Bracha of Yellow Bus Ca tering, who cooked over 500 meals every day for local NHS staff at Doncaster Royal Infirmary last April.
Doncaster Chamber President Jill Wood said, “Over the past 12 months we have heard some amazing stories from the Doncaster Business Hero nominees of how individuals and businesses were going above and beyond.
“Doncaster Chamber is deeply committed to championing Doncaster’s private and third sectors and celebrating the work that takes place within it. The Doncaster Business Hero award that was awarded to Lauren at Club Doncaster was thoroughly deserved.”