To celebrate Princess Diana’s Birthday this 20th Anniversary year, The Diana Award releases their Roll of Honour for 2017. The names of over 750 outstanding young people, from across the UK and the world, are announced today. These exceptional young people embody Princess Diana’s qualities of kindness, compassion and service.
Calvin-Billington Glen age 15 is an inspiring singer-songwriter, a fundraiser for charitable causes and a great supporter of other young people who live with autism. He has organised and performed at events in aid of various charities and is a Young Ambassador for Dorset Mind who specialise in services for young people with mental health issues in the Dorset area.
Calvin is a wonderful supporter of UK autism charity Anna Kennedy Online and has helped to create the charity’s first album Building Bridges; writing a song to commemorate a friend who sadly passed away.
An Official Announcement From Calvin Glen:
‘I am excited to announce I have been given an award on the official 2017 Diana Awards Honour Roll. I feel very privileged to be nominated for such a prestigious award. I would like to thank Anna Kennedy firstly for nominating me and secondly for all the hard work she puts into supporting young people on the autistic spectrum through her charity Anna Kennedy Online.’