National sports charity StreetGames has been granted £3.38m of National Lottery funding to establish...
Last week we hosted a Charity Awards ‘Ask the judges’ Q&A on Twitter, to allow prospective applications to fire their questions at the judging panel. Tania Mason provides a flavour of the session.
Too many organisations in the sector focus their communications on the need of their beneficiaries and not nearly enough on the efficacy of their services, according to this year’s Charity Awards winner John Rendel.
The Charity Awards 2013 ceremony took place on 13 June in recognition of the outstanding work undertaken throughout the sector. We spoke with some of the winners and personalities attending to find out what it takes to be a Charity Awards winner.
A charity that has built 22 secondary schools in Uganda and Zambia and educated over 8,000 youngsters so far since 2008, has taken the top prize at the Charity Awards 2013.
Voluntary sector consultant and adviser David Carrington has been honoured with the Outstanding Achievement Award at this year’s Charity Awards gala dinner.
A campaign against the use of drones in Pakistan, the regeneration of a huge landfill site into a nature reserve, and a top-performing academy schools network are among 30 inspiring projects shortlisted in this year’s Charity Awards.
The Leadership Trust has confirmed its continued support of the Charity Awards, offering up prizes worth £3,500 for each of the category winners.
A charity that has built 22 secondary schools in Uganda and Zambia and educated over 8,000 youngsters...
Voluntary sector consultant and adviser David Carrington has been honoured with the Outstanding Achievement...