Three inspirational members of the Armed Forces Community who were injured or fell ill in service, have been named as the winners of the Endeavour Fund Awards, recognising their determination to recover, help supporting others and achieving excellence in their sport or adventurous challenge…
The winners of the evening were Kelly Ganfield for Recognising Achievement, Nathan Forster for Celebrating Excellence and Shaun Pascoe for The Henry Worsley Award.
The Endeavour Fund, led by The Duke of Sussex and The Royal Foundation, provides financial backing and guidance to programmes and charities across the UK that support thousands of service personnel and veterans reach their full potential.
The awards are held annually to celebrate the achievements of those injured in service and recognise the fortitude needed to take the next steps in their lives. Their Royal Highnesses, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, attended the ceremony to meet the inspiring winners and nominees from the life-changing Endeavour Fund work.
Speaking at the event, The Duke of Sussex said: “You are leading examples for the armed forces community, for public service, for giving back to society and for everybody else in the UK – you do not have to be defined by your injury or disability. It does not have to hold you back. You may not realise or appreciate it yet, but do not underestimate the incredible impact you are having on those around you, by simply being yourself.”