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Institute of Chartered Accountants recognises our Founder
Updated: June 26th, 2012
We are delighted to announce that this year’s Institute of Chartered Accounts 'Everybody Counts' award has been awarded to our very own Jonathan Crown, Project Harar's founder and chairman. This is the second time that Jonathan, who trained as a chartered accountant, has won the award; he was the proud winner back in 2009.
This prestigious award recognises Jonathan's commitment to the charity. He received his award at the official ceremony last night (25th June), along with a generous prize of £2,000 towards the charity's work. That gift will enable at least eight Project Harar patients to reach life-changing medical care in Ethiopia.
As part of the awards ceremony, Jonathan was interviewed about the charity's vital role and his hopes for the future. You can watch the film here.
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