Charity Awards 2014
Charity of the Year – Overall Winner
Children and Young People category – Winner
Charity Times Awards 2016
Community category – ‘Highly Commended’ for CABNAB programme
Business Charity Awards 2014
Community Partnership Award category – Finalist, for our partnership work with Tate & Lyle Sugars
DSC Social Change Awards 2013
Everyday Impact – Long Term Enterprises category – Runner-Up
NASSA became the first community organisation in Newham to receive a prestigious Metropolitan Police award in 2014. The award was presented in person by then Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe.
NASSA Founder and Chief Executive Natasha Hart was awarded MBE in Her Majesty The Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2015.
Natasha was also invited to carry the Olympic Torch ahead of the 2012 London Games, and, as a tribute to her work by her native Russia, the Paralympic Torch ahead of the 2014 Sochi Winter Games.
CABNAB founder Anthony Okereafor was named one of the UK’s Points of Light by then Prime Minister, Rt Hon David Cameron, 2015.
Anthony also won the Outstanding Service to the Community Award at the Keolis Amey Docklands Community Champion Awards 2016.
Then NASSA Head Coach Chris Facey was named Community Coach of the Year at the UK Coaching Awards 2014. Also named Coach of the Year at the London Sports Awards 2014.
Then NASSA volunteer coach, now NASSA Head Coach, Aurimas Verbukas was named Volunteer of the Year at the London Sports Awards 2014.
NASSA player Tyrees Garrod won the Young Achiever Award at the Keolis Amey Docklands Community Champion Awards 2016 for his anti-bullying work drawn from the confidence gained at NASSA.
Twins Kyan and Ilyas Dar were named joint Young Person of the Year at the L&Q Foundation Awards 2018 for their volunteering work on the NASSA L&Q Junior Coaches Programme.