Sue is a 25 year old student social worker in her second year of study. I believe that she in an inspiration to us all because of the time and dedication she has donated to organising and managing a homeless shelter in Lancaster. Sue sleeps over at the night shelter 5 nights a week, whilst working during the day for a family support service, helping children and families who are in need of additional support - as well as studying for a degree to achieve her dream of becoming a social worker. As well as this, Sue recruits volunteers to ensure that the night shelter is open seven nights a week and ensures that all clients have sleeping equipment and food - free of charge. She listens, talks and does her job with the greatest commitment and regard for the individuals she works with. The project she organises and manages saves the lives of others in her community and her dedication and hard work goes un-noticed. Sue loves the individuality of people and always puts the needs of others before hers. She has saved lives through the early identification of strokes, overdoses and the fast thinking when dealing with people who self harm. She deserves to be recognised as an inspirational person for her dedication to the care of others within her community - she has respect and positive regard for everyone she works with, and it isn't a job to her it's just her way of life. If we all treated each other this way the world would be a pleasure to live in!