Applications are open for this year's Charities Online Accounts Awards.
The awards, jointly run by the Charities Aid Foundation and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, aim to encourage charities to provide their financial information online.
The top 100 charities by voluntary income are automatically entered into the competition. Entries are split into four categories, from charities with income below £100,000 to those with income above £2m.
Margaret Gibson, director of marketing and communications at the Prince's Scottish Youth Business Trust, which won one of last year's first prizes, said: "Winning the awards was really gratifying for our volunteers, donors and staff - and, most importantly, the young people we help. The prize money has allowed us to further develop our web-based operations and make them even more client- and supporter-facing than before."
- This year's Charities Online Accounts Awards are open for entries
- The awards are intended to encourage charities to provide financial information online - The top 100 charities are entered automatically.