Welcome to the Charity Times Awards 2015
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Charity Times Awards 2016
28 September 2016
Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge, London

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The deserving winners were last night announced at a prestigious Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony at our new venue, the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, London. Hundreds of guests attended the glittering ceremony hosted by comedian Lucy Porter.

Prostate Cancer UK was involved in an award-winning national corporate partnership for the second year in a row, while newcomers The Silver Line Helpline were recognised as this year’s Best New Charity.

Les Heyhoe from KIDS and Suran Dickson of Diversity Role Models were rewarded for their individual efforts with the Outstanding Individual Achievement award and Rising CEO star award respectively.

A review of the event by the Charity Times team has been published online - view here. The full review be published in the next edition of Charity Times magazine.

View the winners
The 2015 Charity Times Awards winners with host Lucy Porter

Comments from 2015 attendees:

“How exciting 2 have been shortlisted for @CharityTAwards Charity of the Year award. So proud of all our participants” – Create

Congratulations to all the winners and finalists at the @CharityTAwards last night. #CharityTimesAwards” – Golden Lane Housing

“We are delighted to have won #bestnewcharity @CharityTAwards last night. Congratulations to all winners & nominees!” – The Silver Line

“Massive congratulations to @surandickson for winning @CharityTAwards rising CEO star. Very well deserved and looking fab too! @DiversityRM” – Catherine Bosworth

“Great music tonight lots of great tunes! #CharityTimesAwards” – Esther Titchen

“Thanks for such a fabulous celebration at the #CharityTimesAwards last night @CharityTAwards @CharityTimes” – Jenny Turner

The Charity Times Awards reached its sixteenth year in 2015. The awards continue to be the premier celebration of best practice in the UK charity and not-for-profit sector.

The objectives of the awards have remained consistent since their inception:

• To honour the outstanding professionals in the many and varied fields of charity management
• To recognise, celebrate, and promote best practice
• To support continuing professional development and contribute towards raising the standards of charity management
• To promote and raise the profile of the charity sector
• To provide recognition for those who are providing effective support to the sector.
The awards are free to enter, and applications are evaluated by an independent and respected panel of judges.

The ceremony
The annual awards ceremony offers the opportunity to network with senior leaders across the sector, and reward the staff whose efforts are so crucial to charities achieving their aims. Every year we receive feedback on the value that the ceremony offers, in particular as an opportunity to reward and motivate staff. Awards candidates also routinely demonstrate their appreciation for having their efforts recognised.