FRC Group win big at NatWest SE100 awards

Posted on the 9th September 2021

Fantastic news from Reuse Network member, FRC Group, who recently won an award and high praise at the NatWest SE100 Social Business Awards.

The annual NatWest SE100 Social Business Awards recognises the most outstanding achievers in UK social enterprise, with top awards in six categories.

As previous winners in two categories and inaugurated into the Hall of Fame, FRC Group have won this year’s award for Growth Champion and have been Highly Commended in the Impact Management category in this year’s nominations.

With the uncertainty and turbulence for every business over the last 18 months, FRC Group have demonstrated how well they can adapt, thrive and continue to grow during a period with so many social challenges across society.

Shaun Doran, CEO of FRC Group said:

“FRC Group are delighted and proud that the hard work and dedication shown by everyone in the business, and continued growth of FRC throughout the pandemic, has been recognised in our winning this Growth Award. To be also Highly Commended in the Impact Management category demonstrates that our social impact is being recognised which is fantastic and reflects in our mission to End Furniture Poverty and to continue to deliver a positive future for those that need it most.”

FRC Group have also been listed in the NatWest SE100 list which celebrates UK social enterprises that are judged on a wide range of criteria – from growth and sustainability to the innovation and resilience that have demonstrated and the social impact they have delivered.

Huge congratulations to the whole team at FRC Group for this much deserved award and recognition of the incredible work being done at the organisation.

To find out more about the exciting work of FRC Group, visit or call 0151 702 0550.

Read more posts...

PWP licence and registration

As of 1 January 2016, the Reuse Network Product Weight Protocol (PWP), formally known as the FRN Average Weights List, requires the purchase of an annual licence from the Reuse Network.

Friday 05th February 2021