Third Sector Awards 2014

Winners of the Third Sector Awards 2014, showcasing the talent, innovation and success of registered charities, social enterprises and other not-for-profit organisations.

Cancer Research UK and the Women's Resource Centre are among the big winners at the Third Sector Awards

CRUK won Best Use of Digital for its Citizen Science Programme and the WRC was named Britain's Most Admired Charity at last night's black-tie event in London

Winners of the Third Sector Awards 2014

Third Sector Awards 2014: Annual Report - Winner: Brandon Trust

For the annual report or review that best communicates the mission, operations and achievements of the organisation

Third Sector Awards 2014: Best Start-up - Winner: Dare2Dream Foundation

Awarded to a new charity, social enterprise or other kind of voluntary organisation that has achieved significant growth and/or had a major impact on its beneficiaries in its first two years

Third Sector Awards 2014: Big Impact Award - Winner: The Coalition for Continuing Care

Awarded to a charity, social enterprise or other kind of voluntary organisation that has run a project that has had a substantial impact on national or international life

Third Sector Awards 2014: Brand Development - Winner: Shooting Star Chase

For the best new, changed or evolved brand

Third Sector Awards 2014: Charity Chair of the Year - Winner: Becky Hill, Back Up

Awarded to the chair of a charity's trustees who has made the most outstanding contribution to the performance of the charity during the year

Third Sector Awards 2014: Charity Partnership - Winner: National Federation of Women's Institutes with Friends of the Earth

Awarded to a partnership between two or more charities that has enabled the partners more effectively to deliver services to beneficiaries, communicate, reach new groups or reduce costs

Third Sector Awards 2014: Communications Campaign - Winner: Social Enterprise UK for Buy Social

For a successful, innovative or inspiring campaign that reached its target audience or got its message across

Third Sector Awards 2014: Corporate Partnership - Winner: Prostate Cancer UK with Millwall FC

Awarded to a partnership that has demonstrated strong mutual benefits between a charity, social enterprise or other kind of voluntary organisation and a business

Third Sector Awards 2014: Direct Marketing Campaign - Winner: Macmillan Cancer Support for Greatest Gift Appeal

Awarded to the direct marketing campaign that best combines fundraising success with innovation or originality

Third Sector Awards 2014: Enterprise - Winner: Prison Radio Association

Awarded to the social enterprise or charity trading arm that has made a significant difference to beneficiaries through its ability to generate income to meet its social goals

Third Sector Awards 2014: Fundraising Success - Winner: Wallace & Gromit's Grand Appeal

Awarded to the charity that has achieved significant fundraising success over the past year

Third Sector Awards 2014: Rising Chief Executive - Winner: Jo Youle, Missing People

Awarded to the chief executive who has made an outstanding contribution to his or her organisation, or the wider sector, during their first two years in post

Third Sector Awards 2014: Small Charity, Big Achiever - Winner: UK Network of Sex Work Projects

Awarded to a small organisation that has made a big impact with an innovative project or projects. Only charities with annual incomes of up to £1m are eligible for this award

Third Sector Awards 2014: Volunteer manager - Winner: Mark O'Sullivan, Age UK Isle of Wight

Awarded to the volunteer manager, or equivalent, who has made an outstanding contribution to levels and/or standards of volunteering

Third Sector Awards 2014: Volunteer of the Year - Winner: Sacha Langton-Gilks, The Brain Tumour Charity

Awarded to the volunteer who has, over time, shown the greatest commitment and achievement

Britain's Most Admired Charities winners

Britain's Most Admired Charities 2014: Celebrity Charity Champion - Winner: Jo Brand

Awarded to a celebrity who has shown genuine and productive support for her or his chosen charity or charities

Britain's Most Admired Charities 2014: Most Admired Chief Executive - Winner: Julie Bentley

Awarded to the voluntary sector leader thought by her or his peers to have outstanding qualities

Britain's Most Admired Charities 2014: Most Admired Charity - Winner: Women's Resource Centre

Awarded to the charity, voluntary organisation or social enterprise that has attracted the admiration of others in the sector for its recent achievements

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