The Foundation for Social Improvement (FSI) has announced the five category winners and the runners up in its second annual Small Charity Big Impact Awards.
FSI announced the winners and runner up organisations on its website today. It said it received over 350 entries from small charities across the UK. The awards categories are divided by income, with awards available for charities with an annual turnover of under £50,000 up to £1.5m.
The winners were selected by an eight-strong judging panel, including Pauline Broomhead, chief executive of the FSI; Ben Carpenter, operations manager at Social Value UK and Graham Precey, trustee of the FSI.
The winners are:
- Charity with an annual turnover under £50,000: Two Pennies Money Advice
- Charity with an annual turnover between £50,001 – £150,000: The Listening Place
- Charity with an annual turnover between £150,001 – £250,000: The Children’s Sleep Charity
- Charity with an annual turnover between £250,001 – £500,000: Sue Lambert Trust
- Charity with an annual turnover between £500,001 – £1.5 million: Teach A Man To Fish
In a statement, the FSI said: “Those selected by the judging panel won their categories as they clearly showed how they measure their impact, use it to improve their services and share it to build trust.”
A full list of the winners, the runner up organisations and other highly commended nominations, as well as an explanation of the work each does, can be read here.
The Small Charity Big Impact Awards are part of the FSI’s small charity week, which has been running all of this week. You can read all of Civil Society News's small charity week coverage here.
Small charity week ends tomorrow with celebration day.