Deadline for Third Sector Awards entries less than a month away

After midnight on 6 June, charities will have to pay a late fee to enter one of the 26 categories. The awards night is in London on 19 September

Brain Tumour Charity collects last year's Charity of the Year award
Brain Tumour Charity collects last year's Charity of the Year award

The standard deadline for entries to this year’s Third Sector Awards, which recognise the achievements of charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises, is less than one month away.

The deadline to avoid paying a late fee for entry to this year’s awards is midnight on 6 June.

There are 26 categories, including Volunteer of the Year, Charity Chief Executive, Fundraising Campaign and Small Charity, Big Achiever, which will be awarded to an organisation with an income of less than £500,000 a year that has made a significant impact with its work.

There are two new awards this year: Best Charity Film and Best Use of Impact Reporting.

The entries will be judged by an expert panel chaired by Sarah Lindsell, chief executive of the Brain Tumour Charity, which was last year’s Charity of the Year.

The specialist insurance firm Markel is the headline sponsor of the awards, and the marketing company WPN Chameleon is assisting with the creative work.

The winners will be announced at a black-tie ceremony in London on 19 September.

For more information and to apply, click here.

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