Last chance to enter the Business Charity Awards

The deadline is the end of today, and the awards will be presented at a gala dinner at the Park Plaza hotel in London on 20 April

Companies and charities have until the end of today to enter this year’s Business Charity Awards, which recognise the outstanding contribution made by UK businesses to charities and social enterprises. 

This year’s awards include a range of new categories, covering even more industries. The awards are open to entries from both businesses and charities.

Entries cost between £250 and £400 plus VAT, depending on the size of the organisation. Entries submitted between 8 and 21 January will incur a late fee of £60. The original deadline was 7 January.

New categories include:

Charity Partnership (Health & Pharmaceuticals)

Charity Partnership (Consumer Goods/Food & Beverage)

Charity Partnership (Travel & Hospitality)

Marketing Initiative of the Year

Project of the Year

Consortium Award (awarded to a partnership between a group of charities and businesses).

The awards also recognise the contribution individuals and teams in the business community make to the charity sector.

Categories include:

Business Charity Champion

Outstanding Employee

CSR Team of the Year.

The winners will be announced at a gala dinner at the Park Plaza hotel in London on 20 April.

The awards will form part of Fundraising Week, a series of events taking place on London’s South Bank between 19 and 21 April, designed to inspire and educate those working in charity fundraising and celebrate their role.

Visit the Business Charity Awards page for full details of the categories and how to enter. For further details about Fundraising Week, click here.

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