Charity Awards
Coronavirus Update

Coronavirus Update

In consideration of the immense pressure the sector is under and the uncertainty around a timeline for social distancing measures to be relaxed, we have made the very difficult decision to postpone this year’s Charity Awards.

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Charity Awards 2020: Coronavirus Update

In consideration of the immense pressure the sector is under and the uncertainty around a timeline for social distancing measures to be relaxed, we have made the very difficult decision to postpone this year’s Charity Awards. Instead, we intend to look ahead to June 2021, when we hope there will be more need than ever for the recognition and celebration of charities’ work.

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Highlights from the 2019 Charity Awards

Why you should enter

About the awards

About the awards

Now entering its 21st year, the Charity Awards continues to recognise those charities that are innovative, exemplify best practice, and deliver sustainable benefit to communities and society in general.

Testimonials

Testimonials

Hear from past winners about their experience of entering the Charity Awards

Promoting your success

Promoting your success

Read our case studies from previous winners about the tangible and intangible impact of winning a Charity Award.

The awards night

The awards night

The Charity Awards 2020 will culminate in a glittering gala dinner at The Pavilion, in the grounds of the Tower of London.

The judging process

The judging process

Our rigorous judging process won the Awards Awards for best judging panel and process. Read about our judges here.

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