Britain's most admired charities 2008 - Calling all chief executives!

Have you voted yet for Britain's Most Admired Charities?

These are the Third Sector awards, now in their fifth year, where the winners are chosen by you - chief executives working in charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises.

If you would like to vote, go to www.thirdsector.co.uk and click the BMAC button on the right side of the home page. There are only four categories, so it shouldn't take long. Participants will go into a prize draw for a case of wine.

Those who vote will also be invited to come to the BMAC awards ceremony, hosted by Barclays on the evening of Monday 20 October on the 30th floor of its office tower in London's Canary Wharf. Places are limited.

BMAC is one of the high spots of the voluntary sector calendar - a celebration of the achievements of the sector in the company of more than 150 senior colleagues and charity supporters. Don't miss it!

PREVIOUS WINNERS
Most Admired Charity
2007: Joseph Rowntree Foundation
2006: WaterAid
2005: Medecins Sans Frontieres
2004: Medecins Sans Frontieres
2003: Oxfam

Most Admired Chief Executive
2007: Camila Batmanghelidjh, Kids Company
2006: Shami Chakrabarti, Liberty
2005: Shami Chakrabarti, Liberty
2004: Lord Victor Adebowale, Turning Point
2003: Geraldine Peacock, Guide Dogs

Most Innovative Charity
2007: Venturesome
2006: ActionAid
2005: Fairtrade Foundation
2004: RNID
Celebrity Charity Champion
2007: Joanna Lumley
2006: HRH The Prince of Wales
2005: Bob Geldof
2004: HRH The Princess Royal

Voting deadline: Friday, 19 September.

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