AFK Ambassador Michael Atwal-Brice wins British Citizen Award

Michael Atwal-Brice is awarded top accolade at this years ceremony

Long term AFK supporter and Ambassador Michael Atwal-Brice, from Rotherham, South Yorkshire is one of only 25 individuals to have been recognised at the Palace of Westminster with the prestigious British Citizen Award (BCA) in recognition of their extraordinary endeavours.


Now in it’s eight year, The British Citizen Award recognises exceptional individuals who positively impact their communities, charities, and individual causes.

For over 20 years Michael has been involved in the fostering and adoption community. From setting up local support groups for families in the same situations, to contributing to help raise thousands of pounds for various social charities, including AFK.


Michael and his partner Paul have been avid supporters of AFK since first receiving bespoke mobility equipment for their twin boys, Levi and Lucas, back in 2013. They have since received a number of pieces of mobility equipment that have allowed the twins to get around, enjoy the outdoors, and live the life they choose.

The Medal presentation was hosted by TV and Radio presenter Naga Munchetty, and attended by BCA Patron The Rt Hon, Lord Dholakia.

We are delighted to see Michael get the recognition he deserves for years of work advocating for young people with disabilities.

From everyone at AFK, well done Michael!

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