There's still time to enter the Third Sector Awards

But you only have until midnight on 25 June to do so, subject to a late entry fee of £50 per entry

Time is running out to enter this year’s Third Sector Awards, which recognise the achievements of charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises.

Organisations have until midnight at the end of 25 June to enter, subject to a late fee of £50 per entry. The initial deadline was 4 June.

There are 22 categories this year, including awards for Digital Marketing Campaign, Fundraising Team of the Year, Insight Team of the Year, Marketing Campaign and Social Investment.

Organisations with annual incomes of less than £500,000 will be charged an entry fee of £99 plus VAT for each entry, including the late fee; all other organisations will be charged £149 plus VAT per entry, also including the late fee.

The introduction of a fee this year allows Third Sector to provide detailed feedback to all entrants from our expert panel of judges. The feedback will highlight the strengths of the submission and provide clear reasons why the shortlisted entries were selected.

The judging panel will be chaired by Julie Bentley, chief executive of Girlguiding and the winner of Most Admired Chief Executive at the Third Sector Awards 2014. The panel will meet next month to decide this year’s finalists.

The winners will be announced at a black-tie dinner at the Grand Connaught Rooms in central London on 24 September.

For a full list of the categories and details about how to enter, go to

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