Last chance to vote for Britain's Most Admired Charities

Polling in Third Sector's annual awards closes today at 5pm

Britain's Most Admired Charities
Britain's Most Admired Charities

Voluntary sector chief executives have only a few hours left to cast their vote in Britain's Most Admired Charities awards 2011.

Voting for the awards, run by Third Sector, closes at 5pm today. There are four categories: Most Admired Charity; Most Admired Chief Executive; Most Innovative Charity; and Celebrity Charity Champion.

BMAC is unlike other voluntary sector awards because the winners, nominated by an expert panel, are chosen entirely by chief executives. Those who vote are also invited, subject to availability, to the awards ceremony hosted by Barclays on the 30th floor of their Canary Wharf headquarters on Tuesday 18 October.

For more details and to cast your vote, click here.

Last year's winners were the food poverty charity FareShare, James Partridge of Changing Faces, which supports people with facial disfigurements, the offender rehabilitation charity St Giles Trust and the actor Joanna Lumley.

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