Awards

The Queen’s Golden Jubilee Award for Voluntary Service

It is the Most Prestigious Award in the United Kingdom.

Created by Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II in 2002 to celebrate her Golden Jubilee, the Queen’s Award recognises volunteer groups for their outstanding contributions to their communities.

The Church of God is being acknowledged for its selfless and untiring efforts in serving the community through blood drives, cleanup campaigns, disaster relief, youth festivals, and the like, and by spreading the love of God.

The President’s Volunteer Service Award

President’s Volunteer Service Gold Award 2015, 2014, 2011
– by Barack Obama

Gold & President’s Lifetime Achievement Award

The U.S. President’s Volunteer Service Award is a premier Volunteer award, given to individuals or groups that have carried out volunteer services for neighbours and communities in United States.

This award was awarded to World Mission Society Church of God three times in 2015, 2014 and 2011.

The President’s Volunteer Service Award recognises, celebrates and holds up as role models Americans making a positive impact as engaged and deeply committed volunteers. The Award enables community organisations to join with the President of the United States in thanking their most dedicated volunteers. The award specially recognises the importance of volunteers to America’s strength and national identity, and furthermore, to honour deeply invested volunteers whose service is multiplied through the inspiration they give others.

The World Mission Society Church of God is acknowledged for a wide range of activities including: blood drives, cleanup campaigns, disaster relief and youth festivals. All these activities are practiced to follow the teachings of Christ and spread God the Mother’s love to neighbours.