Awards sponsors

For 18 years The Charity Awards have celebrated outstanding charity work; great ideas, excellent management and inspiring leadership.

If your organisation has a stake in the charity sector, or you have a strong CSR programme, or you simply want to visibly demonstrate your support for the UK’s most inspiring work, then The Charity Awards can be the perfect vehicle.

The Charity Awards is widely regarded as the premier programme of its kind. It runs for seven months from December, achieving huge reach through national and trade media, the main charity membership bodies, and of course thousands of charities themselves. It all culminates in June with a spectacular, glittering black-tie evening. To see what we mean, click here.

To discuss how to get involved for 2017 call Yvette Micallef on 020 7819 1202 or email yvette.micallef@civilsociety.co.uk.

Overall Awards Partner:

Charities Aid Foundation

Charities Aid Foundation is a charity whose mission is to create greater value for charities and social enterprise. We do this by transforming the way donations are made and charitable funds are managed.

“It has been a tough year for charities, with questionable fundraising practices dominating newspaper front pages and the immense scrutiny that followed of how charities operate. We all have a responsibility to reassure the public and restore their trust. But in doing so, it is important that we do not lose sight of great lifechanging work charities continue to do every day. For every negative headline, there are many more achievements and success stories that we could, and should, be celebrating.

It is a mark of the uniquely important role charities play in society that we continue to be one of the most generous countries in the world. As the recently published CAF World Giving Index 2015 showed, the UK is now the most giving nation in Europe. And while negative coverage has had an impact, charities still enjoy the trust and confidence of most people.

Events like the Charity Awards provide the perfect platform for highlighting the successes of the sector and promoting the fantastic work you do every day.

That’s why Charities Aid Foundation is honoured to again sponsor the Charity Awards. We are proud to support Civil Society Media to shout about all that you do and look forward to celebrating the results in 2017.”

John Low, chief executive, Charities Aid Foundation

Social Care, Advice and Support Category Sponsor:

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Formed 90 years ago, Arthur J. Gallagher is one of the world’s largest insurance brokerage and risk management companies. In the UK, our specialist team of brokers work with thousands of voluntary sector organisations, advising them on risk and designing insurance solutions for all types and size of charities.

Grantmaking and Funding Category Sponsor:

Brewin Dolphin

Brewin Dolphin is one of the largest charity investment managers in the UK, looking after £3.2 billion on behalf of over 1700 UK charities. Our specialist charity investment teams work from eight locations across the UK.

Arts, Culture and Heritage Category Sponsor:

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GatenbySanderson is the UK’s foremost public and not-for-profit sector recruitment and talent development consultancy.

Category Sponsor:

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JLA is the UK’s biggest specialist talent agency for keynote, motivational and after dinner speakers, conference presenters, awards hosts and cabaret for corporate, industry and public sector events.

International Aid and Development Category Sponsor:

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Moore Stephens LLP is a global provider of financial management solutions to the international development community.

Healthcare and Medical Research Category Sponsor:

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PS Financials are providers of core accounting, purchasing, budgeting and reporting software to over 2,900 Not-for-Profit organisations in 58+ countries.















Awards partner