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.
Redthread Youth, a small but growing charity which works with young people at risk of violence, won the 2018 Charity Award in the Children and Youth category.
What makes a great charity? As part of his sponsorship of the Charity Awards, Andy Pitt from Rathbones met with some former winners to find out. David Ainsworth took notes.
The winners of the 19th annual Charity Awards, organised by Civil Society Media, were announced last night at a black-tie event at the Tower of London.
Who Cares? Scotland has been awarded the Overall Award for Excellence at this year’s Charity Awards, for its work advocating for a better deal for people in care and care leavers.
Kevin Curley, former chief executive of Navca and chair of Community Action Derby, has won the Daniel Phelan award for outstanding achievement at the Charity Awards.
Kevin Curley talks to David Ainsworth about a career spent strengthening local community action
What makes a charity an award-winner? What makes the great stand out from the good? Last month four members of the Charity Awards judging panel got together to discuss their approach with David Ainsworth.
The Charity Awards, the UK’s longest-running awards for the charity sector, will open for applications again today.