Applications open for Third Sector Business Charity Awards

The deadline for entry to the awards is 20 February 2014

Business Charity Awards: open for applications
Business Charity Awards: open for applications

Third Sector’s Business Charity Awards 2014 have opened for applications.

The awards recognise the contribution made by UK companies to charities and social enterprises.

There are 19 categories this year, including awards for CSR Team of the Year, Outstanding Employee, Best Charity Partnership by a Small Business and Challenge Event. The deadline for entry is 20 February 2014.

The awards will be judged by a panel of experts from the charity and private sectors. The awards presentation will take place at a black-tie dinner at the Grosvenor House hotel in Park Lane, London, on 13 May 2014.

This year’s winners included B&Q for its partnership with the Scout Association, the Outdoor Media Centre for its work with Missing People and BSkyB for its collaboration with the WWF.

Stephen Cook, editor of Third Sector, said: "UK businesses give a huge amount of time, money and resources to the voluntary sector, but much of this goes unrecognised. The Business Charity Awards provide an opportunity for companies that give something back to receive recognition for their hard work."  

Full details of the categories and how to enter are available at www.businesscharityawards.com.

Categories

- Affinity Marketing

- Business Charity Champion

- Business of the Year

- Cause-Related Marketing

- Challenge Event

- Challenge Event – Small Businesses

- Charity Partnership

- Charity Partnership – Financial and Professional

- Charity Partnership – Retail and Leisure

- Charity Partnership – Short Term

- Charity Partnership – Small Businesses

- Community Impact

- Corporate Foundation

- CSR Team

- Employee Engagement

- Employment Scheme

- Outstanding Employee

- Overseas Project

- Single Project

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