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Street Talk Wins at London Impact Awards

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The London Impact Awards: Powered by Women were held on Wednesday evening and we are delighted to announce that Street Talk was selected as a winner!

We are incredibly proud to receive this award after being nominated alongside such inspriational womens organizations.

We want to say a big thank you to the London Community Foundation who have been fantastic supporters of Street Talk for many years now, to Citi, who support the London Impact Awards, and of course to all our supporters for making our work possible in the first place.

Thank you!

Anti-Slavery Day Awards Nomination

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We are delighted to announce that Street Talk therapist Amanda Chapman has been selected as a finalist for the Outstanding Contribution / Rebuilding Lives award at the 2021 Anti-Slavery Day Awards.

Amanda is a gifted therapist who works with infinite compassion and dedication, going far beyond expectations in the support and time she offers her clients. More than one of our women have told us that when they had given up hope, Amanda made them want to live again.

We are very grateful to the Human Trafficking Foundation for shortlisting Amanda and honouring the exceptional work she has done with Street Talk. The winner will be decided by a vote open to anyone working in the anti-slavery sector — if that’s you, please consider voting for Amanda via humantraffickingfoundation.org/anti-slavery-day-awards-voting-2021

Street Talk wins the Maxie Richards Addiction Award

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We are thrilled to announce that Street Talk has been selected as the winner of the Centre for Social Justice’s Addiction Award.

All of us at Street Talk are honoured and encouraged to recieve this award and we’d like to offer a big thank you to the CSJ, Cathy Newman, the Alex & William de Winton Trust and the Telephraph.

It is moving that this award creates a link between the CSJ and some of the most marginalised women on the streets of our city.