Charities planning to enter this year's Charity Awards have until the end of this week to get their applications in.
Since 2000, the Charity Awards has recognised excellence in the leadership and management of charities.
The Charity Awards, organised by Civil Society Media, with overall awards partner Rathbones, provides charities of all shapes and sizes with a window to showcase their efforts and the impact they have made.
Awards are given out in ten categories and an overall winner is chosen from the winners in each category.
The awards have been designed so that any charity – regardless of their size, location or cause – can enter their project and be in with a chance of winning.
You may enter any type of project or campaign and it will be judged by a distinguished panel of sector leaders against entries from other organisations in your own area of charitable activity.
The judges will assess each entry against a range of attributes, which we call our Hallmarks of Excellence.
The 2020 Charity Awards programme will culminate in a sparkling gala presentation ceremony and dinner at The Pavilion on Thursday 11 June, within the grounds of the Tower of London.
Ten organisations were honoured in the 2019 programme, with awards in ten categories covering all types of charitable activity in the UK. Birmingham Museums Trust, winner of the arts, culture and heritage category, was chosen as the Overall Winner.