Charity Times Awards 2014 #CharityTimesAwards
Wednesday 22 October 2014, Lancaster London Hotel, W2 2TY
The winners have been announced! View the 2014 winners here.
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Charity Times Awards Gala Dinner & Ceremony 2015
Wednesday 7th October 2015, Park Plaza Westminster

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The Charity Times Awards reaches its fifteenth year in 2014 and this highly successful, popular, and growing annual gala event will be bigger and better than ever. The Charity Times Awards continue to be the pre-eminent 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 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.

We recognise that it is the leaders within charities who are responsible for coordinating much of the charitable activity throughout the UK. As the engines of the charity sector it is at this level that the Awards are targeted. View the 2013 Charity Times Award winners here.

As such, the event itself is built around the individuals and teams for whom the Awards are intended: trustees, chief executives, directors and other upper-level management from not-for-profits across the UK. Reflecting this belief, the Awards provide the charity sector with a dedicated event to reward the work carried out in difficult and competitive conditions, and establishes a unique annual congress of the pre-eminent figures in the sector at the premier charity event of the year.

The Charity Times Awards are FREE to enter and open to any UK-based registered charity, or international charity with registered UK offices (and commercial organisations in relevant categories).

As always, the awards provide an evening networking with hundreds of the biggest names in the charity industry, combined with a night of opulence and entertainment. This year the Awards Gala Dinner and Ceremony will be held on 22 October 2014 at the Lancaster London Hotel. Early booking is advised and tables will be allocated closest to the stage on a first booked basis.

Celebrating Success

‘I’m very proud and honoured that Living Streets was highly commended, there were so many strong contenders in the Best Charity category.’

Living Streets

‘We are delighted to have won this Award as it recognises the vital contribution made by our staff, partners and stakeholders in helping our ex-servicemen and women, and disabled and vulnerable people. It will also give us the opportunity to expand the number of beneficiaries we can reach by raising awareness of our services to a much wider audience, and for this reason we would like to thank Charity Times for this prestigious honour.’

‘The Stroke Association is delighted to have been a finalist in the Charity of the Year (with an income of £10m+) category at last night’s prestigious Charity Times Awards.'
The Stroke Association