KIRKLEES Active Leisure (KAL) has been recognised for its social and environmental works.
The body which runs sports centres and swimming pools on behalf of Kirklees Council can now display the Social Enterprise Mark.
The brand for social enterprises lets customers know its ethical credentials.
It becomes the third organisation in Kirklees to be able to display the mark, alongside social enterprise companies Electroville in Dewsbury and Fresh Horizons in Huddersfield.
KAL’s Chief Executive Alasdair Brown said: “We’re very proud to have been awarded the Social Enterprise Mark.
“When it works effectively a social enterprise should aim to provide the best aspects of public and private sector delivery combined and this is something that we constantly strive to achieve in KAL.
“We are proud to be associated with organisations such as Electroville and Fresh Horizons who do so much good within the community”.