Chief executives can vote now for Britain's Most Admired Charities

Shortlists have been announced for Most Admired Charity, Most Admired Chief Executive and Celebrity Charity Champion, voting to close on 2 September

Vote online by 2 September
Vote online by 2 September

Charity chief executives are being invited to vote in Britain’s Most Admired Charities, the annual awards from Third Sector in which the winners are chosen by senior people in the sector.

There are three categories – Most Admired Charity, Most Admired Chief Executive and Celebrity Charity Champion. To take part in the voting, chief executives should click here.

There is a shortlist of five in each category, selected by Third Sector in consultation with a panel of senior charity figures and Third Sector columnists.

For Most Admired Charity, the shortlist is the Motor Neurone Disease Association, the National Trust, the PDSA, Save the Children and the Women’s Resource Centre.

Shortlisted for Most Admired Chief Executive are Julie Bentley of Girlguiding UK, Mark Goldring of Oxfam, Gillian Guy of Citizens Advice, Kristin Hallenga of CoppaFeel! and Sir Nicholas Young of the British Red Cross.

And the shortlist for Celebrity Charity Champion is the comedian Jo Brand, the film star Angelina Jolie, the TV presenter Davina McCall, the actor Ewan McGregor and the comedian David Walliams.

Voting is restricted to chief executives of charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises of all sizes and will close on Tuesday 2 September. For details and to book tickets go here.

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