Warwick teen globally recognised for voluntary work

Whilst most teens are probably 10 episodes deep in the latest Netflix sarga, Córa-Laine has been globally recognised for her dedication to the voluntary sector.

Presented by Princesses Diana’s  brother, Córa-Laine Moynihan received the prestigious Legacy Award for her work at Safeline – a charity supporting survivors of abuse and domestic violence.

The Legacy Award recognises young people for their social action and is only presented to 20 people from across the world every two years.

Over the past 5 years, Córa-Laine has positively impacted the lives of many young people through the charity Safeline.

At just 13, she qualified as a Peer Mentor and supported more than 50 children through challenging situations. 

Córa-Laine then went on to become a Safeline Student Ambassador; a role which seen her promoting Safeline services throughout the country.

Córa-Laine said “To have been selected to be one of twenty recipients and be supported by an amazing organisation such as The Diana Award will continue to come as a shock to me.

“Everyone of the award holders are so inspiring, they are making great changes in the world, just like Princess Diana did. They saw something that needed to change and work so hard to do so.”