Awards and Recognition
We are proud of the recognition we have received for our services to older people.
Queens Honors List
Mrs Essie Lewis co-founder of Moreland Trust is named in the Queens honors list in 2010 for her voluntary service to the African Caribbean community in Wolverhampton. She said
"It is with great pride, gratitude and humility that I accept this award on my behalf and all who have helped me on this journey"
Mrs E Lewis MBE
10th Anniversary Conference
Moreland Trust held a conference on the 16th September 2010 to celebrate its 10th year anniversary of service delivery to the elderly in Wolverhampton.
The theme of the conference was "Social & Health Care a Right not a Privilege"
The conference was well attended by over 150 people, these included dignitaries such as Councilor Neville Patten (Leader of Wolverhampton City Council); Councilor Roger Lawerence (Leader of the Wolverhampton Labour Group); Councilor Sandra Samuels (Ettingshall Ward Councilor) Councilor John Pask and former MP Rob Marris Esq.
Guest speakers included Dr. Jon Crockett (Cheif Executive of Wolverhampton PCT) as well as fellow PCT representatives, Santosh Kumari of Wolverhampton City Council and Dr. Nevel Vassel.
All the speakers gave commendation and congratulations to Moreland for their successes and hard work over the 10 years in sustaining the organisation and acknowledged the difference and impact the service provided make to the community, particularly elderly of African and Caribbean descent.