Twitter Q&A – find out what it takes to enter the @charity_awards
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Twitter Q&A – find out what it takes to enter the @charity_awards

29 Jan 2014

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.

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Twitter Q&A – find out what it takes to enter the @charity_awards

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Stephen Mangan, Charity Awards 2011 host

Writing this column is no laughing matter for Ian Allsop.

Downing Street staff volunteer for Charity Award-winning Blue Sky

Downing Street staff volunteered for Blue Sky Development & Regeneration today, as part of its Social Action project with the Charity Award-winning organisation.

Katie Price with son Harvey, on 'Standing up for Harvey' on Sky Living TV

Mencap has signed up Katie Price to support its three-year national campaign against disability hate crime.


Community Development Foundation to deliver government’s £80m Community First programme

Community Development Foundation will partner with a number of organisations including Charity Award-winning Community Foundation Network to deliver the government’s £80m Community First programme, the Cabinet Office has announced.

Free spaces available at Charity Awards Masterclass

Hot on the heels of last Thursday’s awards ceremony, civilsociety.co.uk has a limited numbers of places available for the Charity Awards Masterclass on 30 June.

John Low CBE and Francis Maude MP present the Overall Award to Mencap

Charities Aid Foundation chief executive John Low highlighted the growing profile of civil society organisations in his address to the Charity Awards audience last week.

Ark raises £17.2m at annual dinner and celebrates Charity Awards win

Absolute Return for Kids (Ark) raised £17.2m at its annual fundraising gala dinner last night.

Francis Maude MP with Mencap, overall winner of the Charity Awards 2011

Minister for the Cabinet Office Francis Maude paid tribute to the work carried out by all civil society organisations as he presented the award for overall winner to Mencap at the Charity Awards last night.



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