Winners of the 2019 Charity Awards recently discussed the common themes and issues they face. Stephen Cotterill gathered their views.
We are absolutely delighted to announce that political commentator, writer and comedian Ayesha Hazarika will be hosting the 2020 Charity Awards gala presentation.
Birmingham Museums Trust won the overall award at the 2019 Charity Awards for its Collecting Birmingham exhibition which transformed the way the museum engages with the city’s diverse communities. Tania Mason went to see them.
Sir Harpal Kumar, who was chief executive of the UK’s biggest charity, Cancer Research UK, for 11 years, has been awarded the Daniel Phelan Award for Outstanding Achievement at this year’s Charity Awards.
Birmingham Museums Trust has taken the Overall Award for Excellence at this year’s Charity Awards, for its Collecting Birmingham project which transformed the way the city’s cultural institutions engaged with and empowered its diverse communities.
The winners of the 20th annual Charity Awards, organised by Civil Society Media, were announced last night at a black-tie event at the Pavilion at the Tower of London.
Sir Harpal Kumar tells Tania Mason about his incredible career and the importance of taking risks
A fast-growing network of Community Fridges, an education project that teaches young women about extremism and online grooming, and a campaign to ensure the environment doesn’t suffer as a result of Brexit, are among 28 inspiring projects shortlisted for the Charity Awards 2019.
Who Cares? Scotland, the winner of the Overall Award at last year’s Charity Awards, is pulling up the roots of the 150-year-old care system north of the border and won’t rest until children in care are looked after with love. Tania Mason hears their story and learns what winning has meant to them.
Civil Society Media and Rathbones gathered together three of 2018’s Charity Awards winners to talk about their work and discern any common themes. Tania Mason listened in.