Within the past few years, Apostle Fred Annin has gotten to see the wonderful outcomes of the 23 years hard work he had put into Actionplus Foundation in the HIV intervention here in the UK and Africa yielding remarkable results. The growth and demand for the services of Actionplus has grown beyond expectation. The endorsements and increasing numbers of followers of our project from the health, social and public sectors are quite overwhelming. The endorsements from the social media sites across the world is worth celebrating. The ever increasing numbers of major organisations who want to partner with us and their endorsements and positive feedbacks after we have partnered with them in the delivery of joint projects are well fulfilling. Fred personally have led Actionplus to this greater successes. He has worked very hard over the years to make history with the little that he had. His action for change has spoken louder than words. The global team of Actionplus Foundation have all sacrificed their lives holistically by standing with Fred by amplifying their voices daily on the streets, on air, in churches and market places creating the awareness of HIV therefore saving lives of millions around the world. With this Action Fred and his team have changed the perception of the world towards the church. Pastors and faith leaders have now become role models in HIV intervention. This is a great achievement and it is worth celebrating by all.
In May 2015, Apostle Fred Annin again received the Southwark Mayor’s Civic Award.
He has also featured in many TV and radio interviews to talk about my successes in the HIV campaign across Europe and Africa, including the BBC, GTV, TV3, Deutsche Welle Radio from Germany and many others. Many media houses around the world have also published many of my success stories in their publications.
In May 2015 Fred won the national award as the Diversity Champion for charities in the charity sector at the Excellence in Diversity Award
He was the runner up of the 2014 DSC Social Award in the Influencer category in the UK .
In November 2015 he won the BBI Enterprise Minds Honorary Award for his distinct passion in his global campaign against HIV stigma and prejudice