He was presented his certificate at the Mile End youth club in front of his peersalong with a pin badge and cheque for £200, which he has chosen to spend towards a cinema outing for his club members.
He was nominated by his youth worker, Nurull Islam, who said, “Modoris has been pursuing a path in youth work for numerous years. Even though there have been obstacles in his life delaying him, he has completed his qualification through determination. He has also been volunteering at the youth club and managed to secure himself with jobs.”
Founder Jack Petchey established the Foundation in 1999, and has since donated over £65 million to schools, clubs and organisations for young people. The charity works to help recognise the positive, inspiring and important contributions young people make to our society.