From Watford to Windsor Castle, Rosalind Bluestone, the Founder and CEO of Goods For Good, has officially been presented with an MBE for her exceptional dedication and service to vulnerable communities across the globe. The prestigious award was presented on October 11th, 2023, during a ceremony at Windsor Castle, where Rosalind had the honour of being recognised by Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal.
This well-deserved honour recognises Rosalind's dedication and commitment to addressing the unique challenges faced by vulnerable communities across the world. Under her visionary leadership, Goods For Good has made a profound impact on countless lives, offering essential resources, support, and advocacy to those who need it most.
We are immensely proud of Rosalind and the entire Goods For Good team for the incredible work they do. This MBE is a testament to her tireless dedication to improving the lives of vulnerable communities and the impact Goods For Good has had on countless individuals worldwide.
Dean Russell, MP for Watford
Founded on the principle of compassion and driven by the belief that everyone deserves access to basic necessities and the opportunity for a better life, Goods For Good's mission resonates with local and international communities. Through Rosalind's visionary leadership, the charity has extended its reach to vulnerable groups in various corners of the world, bringing hope and tangible support to over 4 million vulnerable people in over 26 countries.
Rosalind has not only provided immediate relief but also tirelessly advocated for systemic change. Her dedication to addressing the multifaceted challenges of poverty has inspired numerous others to join in the collective effort to create a more compassionate and equitable world.
The MBE award represents a shining recognition of Rosalind's outstanding service to vulnerable communities, and how the tireless efforts of her small team have kindled a beacon of hope for those who often go unnoticed and underserved.
"We are immensely proud of Rosalind and the entire Goods For Good team for the incredible work they do," said MP for Watford, Dean Russell, "This MBE is a testament to her tireless dedication to improving the lives of vulnerable communities and the impact Goods For Good has had on countless individuals worldwide."
Rosalind expressed her gratitude for the recognition and emphasised the importance of collective efforts in addressing the needs of these underserved communities. Upon receiving the MBE, she humbly said, "This recognition is not for me alone but for the entire Goods For Good team, our dedicated partners, and the communities we serve. It is a testament to the power of collective action and the belief that, together, we can make a significant difference in the lives of vulnerable individuals and families."
Images from Windsor Castle. Rosalind, accompanied by her three sons Danny, Jonny and Ilan Bluestone for the presentation of her MBE for her exceptional dedication and service to vulnerable communities across the globe, by Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal.
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