Entry window for this year's Business Charity Awards closes tomorrow

The Third Sector Business Charity Awards recognise the contribution of companies to the sector, and winners will be announced at a London event on 19 May


Organisations that want to enter this year’s Third Sector Business Charity Awards, which recognise the contribution made by UK companies to charities and social enterprises, have until the end of tomorrow to complete their entries.

The deadline for entries was 20 February, but organisations can still enter until 26 February if they pay a late fee of £60.

There are 18 categories this year, including awards for Business of the Year, Outstanding Employee, Best Charity Partnership by a Small Business and Challenge Event.

The awards will be judged by a panel of experts from the charity and private sectors, and the winners will be announced at a black-tie event at The Brewery in London on 19 May.

Winners in 2014 included Marks & Spencer for its work placement scheme with the Prince’s Trust, and Co-operative Legal Services for its will-writing partnership with Remember A Charity.

Full details of the categories and how to enter are available here.

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