Winner of: Celebrating Communities at The Scottish Charity Awards 2019
The King’s Birthday Honours 2023
Petplan & ADCH Animal Charity Awards Finalist: Animal Charity Team of the Year, 2023
As one of three finalists, chosen from 3,500 nominations, for ‘Animal Charity, Team of the Year’ Award at the Petplan & ADCH Animal Charity Awards, our team were given the incredible opportunity to visit the awards ceremony together on Tuesday 16th May.
The Petplan & ADCH Animal Charity Awards are an annual celebration of the work carried out by charities across the UK, Ireland and the Channel Islands.
Winner of: Special Recognition Award at The People’s Pet Awards
The annual People’s Pet Awards celebrates amazing animals and animal heroes, the bond we have with pets, and how they change our lives. The award ceremony took place in London on Thursday 8th September.
On the night, Louise Russell, founder of Give a Dog a Bone… and an animal a home, WON the Special Recognition category.
You can read more about Louise’s Special Recognition Award.
Winner of: Pride of Scotland Community Hero Award
The annual Pride of Scotland Awards celebrate unsung heroes and recognise Scots who have gone to extraordinary lengths to help others. The award ceremony took place in Edinburgh on Tuesday 21st June.
On the night, Louise Russell, founder of Give a Dog a Bone… and an animal a home, WON the TSB Community Hero category.
You can read more about Louise’s Community Hero Award.
Winner of: Celebrating Communities at The Scottish Charity Awards
Charities and individuals from across Scotland have been recognised for the life-changing difference they make at the 2019 Scottish Charity Awards, which took place at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre on Friday 14th June.
On the night, Give a Dog a Bone… and an animal a home, WON the Celebrating Communities category.
Thank you to everyone involved!
Winner of: Amazing Contribution to Community category at the Amazing Women Awards
The second No.1 magazine Amazing Women Awards took place on Thursday 7th March at the Old Fruitmarket Glasgow, in celebration of International Women’s Day and our amazing women we have across Scotland.
International Fund for Animal Welfare’s ‘Community Award’
Louise is awarded with the International Fund for Animal Welfare’s ‘Community Award’, based on her work in bringing older people and rescue animals together.
Prime Minister’s Point of Light Award
Louise receives the ‘Prime Minister’s Point of Light Award’ in recognition of her outstanding contribution to volunteering.