Julian recognised in Westminster University Alumni Awards
We are thrilled to announce that Julian Page, Livingstone Tanzania Trust's Founder and Director, has won the Westminster University Alumni Award for Social Impact!
This award recognises the incredible work Julian has done with Livingstone Tanzania Trust over the last eleven years and the impact the charity has had on the people of Babati. There were a staggering 200 nominations across 5 categories for these inaugural Westminster Awards.
"I am really shocked and honoured, and a little embarrassed, receiving this award. Without the kindness and support of so many people and the hard work and drive to bring about change of schools and communities in Tanzania, the LTT and MCDO teams, our volunteers, donors and supporters none of this could have been achieved.....This really is an award for all of us!" - Julian
Julian founded LTT after completing his Masters at Westminster University and has returned on a number of occasions providing real life examples of development projects in action for the next generation of change makers. The award reflects Julians hard work and passion to make a difference and we are thrilled that his efforts have been recognised.
From everyone at LTT Thank you so much to all of the incredible friends and supporters who voted for Julian over the past couple of months, your support is invaluable!
Congratulations to Julian from all of us at LTT and MCDO and thank you to all of LTT's incredible friends and supporters!
You can find out more about the awards and the winners of each categories here: https://www.westminster.ac.uk/about-us/alumni/westminster-alumni-awards/social-impact-award