Britain's Most Admired Charities voting deadline extended to 3 June

Charity chief executives can vote online for Most Admired Charity, Most Admired Chief Executive, Most Innovative Charity and Celebrity Charity Champion

Britain's Most Admired Charities
Britain's Most Admired Charities

The deadline has been extended for charity chief executives who want to vote in this year’s Britain’s Most Admired Charities awards.

Chief executives of charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises now have until 5pm on Monday 3 June to cast their votes online here.

The four categories are Most Admired Charity, Most Admired Chief Executive, Most Innovative Charity and Celebrity Charity Champion.

"These are the only charity awards where the winners are selected by the sector itself, rather than a judging panel," said Stephen Cook, editor of Third Sector. "That's what makes them different, and I hope leaders will take five minutes to make their choices."

Voting remains extremely close in the Most Innovative Charity category, where two percentage points separate the two front-runners. It’s also neck and neck in the Most Admired Charity category, where two of the six contenders have each secured more than one-fifth of the votes.

Chief executives who vote will be invited to the presentation event, sponsored by Deloitte, at the central London headquarters of Google on the evening of 27 June.

THE 2013 SHORTLIST

Most Admired Charity

Alzheimer’s Society

Prostate Cancer UK

Save the Children UK

Teach First

The Trussell Trust

WaterAid


Most Admired Chief Executive

Jon Barrick, Stroke Association

Paul Farmer, Mind

Mark Goldring, Mencap/Oxfam

Richard Hawkes, Scope

Martina Milburn, the Prince’s Trust

Samia al Qadhi, Breast Cancer Care

 

Most Innovative Charity

African Foundation for Development (Afford)

Cancer Research UK

Charityworks 

Leap 

Movember 

Scope 

 

Celebrity Charity Champion 

Clare Balding

Prince Harry

Katherine Jenkins

Mollie King

Brooke Kinsella

Paul O’Grady

Andy Hillier

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