Time running out to enter Third Sector's Business Charity Awards

Time is running out to submit entries for Third Sector's Business Charity Awards 2020, which celebrate the significant contribution made by companies to UK charities and social enterprises. 

The deadline for entries in this year’s awards, which are in their eleventh year, is 11:59pm on 17 February.

There are 25 categories, including a new Sustainability award, plus Business of the Year, which will be selected from the winners on the night. 

The pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca was named Business of the Year 2019 for its work with the children’s charity Plan International UK to reduce non-communicable diseases around the world by giving young people information about how they could lead healthy lives.

The experts who will be scrutinising this year’s entries include Arvinda Gohil, chief executive of Central YMCA, Edward Gillespie, head of new partnerships at Oxfam, Natasha Kashyap, head of philanthropy & partnerships at Bowel Cancer UK, Kate Franks, director of the Innocent Foundation, Faiza Khan, engagement and insight director at the National Lottery Community Fund, and Tim Hyde, the Royal Mail postman who won last year’s Outstanding Employee award, which is given to a person in a company who has made an exceptional contribution to charity with the support of their employer.

The full list of judges for this year’s awards is available here.

This year’s winners will be announced at a ceremony in central London on 20 May. Entries cost £460 plus VAT.

For more information on the awards and to enter, click here.

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