The Business Charity Awards, which recognise the work of people and teams behind corporate and charity partnerships, have opened to entries for 2021.
The awards will feature 25 categories, spanning sector partnerships and teams.
Two new categories will aim to reward outstanding CSR work completed during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Best Covid-19 Support Project award will recognise a specific project or programme that supported a charity through the crisis, while Best Covid-19 Partnership will go to a partnership created after March 2020 to help a charity through fundraising, volunteering, or by providing pro bono support.
Entries are also open for people to nominate either themselves or a colleague to sit on the 2021 awards judging panel.
The early-bird awards entry deadline is 9 February, and the standard deadline 23 February.
“This has been a hugely challenging year across both the private sector and the voluntary and not-for-profit sector,” said Emily Burt, editor of Third Sector.
“We have seen some incredible examples of businesses and charities working to support each other over the past 12 months, and look forward to celebrating as many of them as possible at the Business Charity Awards next year.”
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