King’s College students were recently awarded a community service award at the Mangere-Otahuhu Local Board Community Awards ceremony on Thursday 29 June.
The prize was awarded in recognition of King’s students’ outstanding voluntary contribution to the local community.
One of the attendees at the ceremony commented: “Seeing King’s College students here tonight, we really know that they are part of our community.”
Reverend Warren Watson says the award given to King’s highlights all the amazing work they do in the Mangere-Otahuhu area.
KCOCA Executive Officer, Jasmine Kovach was also recognised at the awards for her work with Community Action against Alcohol Harm. You can read more about Jasmine and her involvement in the King’s community here.