Charity Times Awards 2023: Winners revealed

Power the Fight, Hubbub and Islamic Relief were among the big winners at the Charity Times Awards 2023, which was celebrated on 20 September in London.

Hundreds of people turned up at the London Mariott Hotel Grosvenor Square for a glamorous night celebrating the best of the sector and the work undertaken over the past year.

There were cheers across the tables as The Big Help Out bagged Charity Collaboration of the Year and Great Ormond Street Hospital won the Fundraising Team of the Year award.

Meanwhile, Kids Operating Room impressed judges across two categories, taking home the Best Use of Technology and Charity Sustainability Award.

The highly competitive individual awards also attracted cheers across the room with Power the Fight's Ben Lindsay taking home Social Media Leader of the Year while Moyra Parfitt bagged Supporting Leader of the Year.

Hearts Together's Liz Harding won Rising Leader of the Year and Enver Solomon was awarded Charity Leader of the Year for his work with the Refugee Council.

Now in their 24th year, the awards attracted hundreds of high quality entries, which were then evaluated by an expert independent judging panel.

In addition to the charity of the year and individual categories, the awards as always set out to recognise a variety of fields of charity management, celebrating the best standards of leadership and professionalism.

The full list of winners is available below.

Charity of the Year: with an income of less than £1 million - Sponsored by Ansvar
WINNER: Power the Fight

Charity of the Year: with an income of £1 million - £10 million
WINNER: Hubbub

Charity of the Year: with an income of more than £10 million
WINNER: Islamic Relief

Trustee Board of the Year
WINNER: P3 Charity

Campaigning Team of the Year
WINNER: The Royal College of Psychiatrists

Digital Fundraising Campaign of the Year
WINNER: Cash for Kids

Digital Transformation of the Year
WINNER: Blueprint for All

Fundraising Team of the Year
WINNER: Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH)

Change Project of the Year
WINNER: Prostate Cancer Research

Charity Sustainability Award
WINNER: Kids Operating Room

Charity with the Best Social Media Presence
WINNER: YoungMinds

Social Media Leader of the Year
WINNER: Ben Lindsay, Power the Fight

PR Team of the Year
WINNER: Refuge

Best Use of Technology
WINNER: Kids Operating Room

HR Management Award
WINNER: British Society for Rheumatology

Property Innovation Award
WINNER: The Royal British Legion

Corporate Community Local Involvement
WINNER: The Bread and Butter Thing & Wagamama

Corporate National Partnership Champion
WINNER: Community Integrated Care & Sport England

Corporate National Partnership of the Year with a Retailer
WINNER: Bowel Cancer UK - #GetOnARoll

Corporate National Partnership of the Year with a Financial Institution
WINNER: The Sutton Trust & JPMorgan Chase

Charity Collaboration of the Year
WINNER: The Big Help Out

Corporate Social Responsibility Project of the Year
WINNER: TEAM LEWIS Foundation

Charities’ Bank of the Year
WINNER: Triodos Bank UK

Investment Management Award
WINNER: Quilter Cheviot

Boutique Investment Management Award
WINNER: James Hambro and Partners

Supporting Leader of the Year
WINNER: Moyra Parfitt, Calan DVS

Rising Leader of the Year
WINNER: Liz Harding, Hearts Together

Charity Leader of the Year - Sponsored by Evelyn Partners
WINNER: Enver Solomon, Refugee Council

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Charity of the Year: with an income of less than £1 million - Sponsored by Ansvar
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Silverline Memories

Change Project of the Year
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Alternative Futures Group

Charity with the Best Social Media Presence
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Scouts

Charity Collaboration of the Year
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Lightyear Foundation & Flamingo Chicks

Rising Leader of the Year
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Hanuman Dass, Go Dharmic

Charity Leader of the Year - Sponsored by Evelyn Partners
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Lindsay Boswell CBE, FareShare

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