Charity Times Awards 2018: Shortlist announced

The shortlist for the 19th annual Charity Times Awards has been announced.

The awards reward excellence across almost 30 separate categories. The best individual charities and charity leaders will be celebrated, alongside the best examples of specific areas of charity management including fundraising, communications, campaigning, use of technology, and more.

In addition, private sector providers offering best-in-class services to charities have the opportunity to have their efforts recognised in front of a packed house at this year’s awards ceremony.

The winners will be announced at the Park Plaza Hotel at Westminster Bridge in London on 3 October.

Charity of the Year: with an income of less than £1 million
B&CE Charitable Trust
Charlotte’s BAG
Isle of Wight Youth Trust
The Care Workers Charity

Charity of the Year: with an income of £1 million - £5 million
Bounce Back
Contact the Elderly
Cure Leukaemia
Young Women’s Trust

Charity of the Year: with an income of more than £5 million
Autism Together
British Red Cross
Good Things Foundation
Langley House Trust
National Star Foundation
The Brain Tumour Charity

Change Project of the Year
Battersea Cats & Dogs Home
Citizens Advice
FORCE Cancer Charity
St Mungo’s
The Care Workers Charity

Rising CEO Star
David Elliott, Trees for Cities
Fozia Irfan, Bedfordshire and Luton Community Foundation
Jane Sharpe, Rays of Sunshine
Liz Searle, Keech Hospice Care
Nicola Sinclair, B&CE Charitable Trust
Sarah Anne Sturmey, Pure Insight
Tina Houlihan, RP Fighting for Blindness

Fundraising Team of the Year
Build Africa
Cure Leukaemia
The Family Trust

Charity Principal of the Year
Deborah Alsina, Bowel Cancer UK and Beating Bowel Cancer
Helen Milner, Good Things Foundation
James McLaughlin, Cure Leukaemia
Julian Stanley, Education Support Partnership
Sophie Andrews, The Silver Line

Supporting Executive of the Year
Adrian McConnell, Gas Safety Trust
George Bell, St Cuthbert’s Hospice
Jenni Wiggle, Living Streets
Jenny Groot, PEAS

Campaigning Team of the Year
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home
Citizens Advice
Living Streets
St Helena Hospice
Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming
Terrence Higgins Trust

NEW CATEGORY: Best Use of Social Media
Battersea Cats & Dogs Home
British Red Cross
Snow-Camp Charity

Best Use of Technology
Chasing the Stigma with Mashbo
Little Troopers with Cantaurus and Harper Collins
Medair UK and Qlik
The Challenge UK
Westminster Drug Project

PR Team of the Year
Asthma UK
Barley Communications
Borough Market
Living Streets
Meningitis Research Foundation
Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming

HR Management Award
East Anglian Air Ambulance
St Mungo’s
Steps to Work

Financial Management Award
Cure Leukaemia
Education Support Partnership
The Rochester Diocesan Society and Board of Finance Ltd

Social Investment Initiative
Bridges Fund Management, Fusion Housing
Career Connect
City Bridge Trust & UBS

Community Award
Gloucestershire Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre
MCR Pathways
The Scout Association

Fundraising Technology Award
Encephalitis Society

Corporate Community Local Involvement
National Literacy Trust and British Land
Societe Generale, UBS, Linklaters - ELBA
The Change Foundation and Investec
Trees for Cities and Tideway

Corporate National Partnership Champion
Cool Earth and Prologis UK
Fever-Tree and Malaria No More UK
Saga and The Silver Line
Slimming World and Cancer Research UK
Starbucks UK and Action Against Hunger
Thai Union Europe and WWF-UK
The St. James's Place Charitable Foundation and Hospice UK and Together for Short Lives

Cross-sector Partnership of the Year
Cloudesley, Diocese of London, Islington Deanery
Good Things Foundation, Mind, Homeless Link and Reboot UK
MyBNK with JP Morgan Chase Foundation, Hyde Foundation and The Berkeley Foundation
Roots Human Resources Community Interest Company and the NCVO
Trees for Cities and Ealing Council

Corporate National Partnership of the Year with a Financial Institution
Barclays, Catch 22 and The Prince's Trust
Centrepoint and The Co-operative Bank
TLG and Hymans Robertson
Trees for Cities and PwC UK
UK Youth and LGB

Corporate National Partnership of the Year with a Retailer
Hubbub, IKEA, Centre for Environment and Sustainability at the University of Surrey
Refugee Council and Starbucks
Shelter and B&Q
Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming; Jamie's Italian; Abokado; Leon
Trees for Cities and Mothercare

Corporate Social Responsibility Project of the Year
Family Fund and Family Fund Business Services
Save the Children and GSK
The Bread and Butter Thing and Morrisons
The Prince’s Trust, Catch 22 and Barclays
Trees for Cities and Bulb

Advisory Provider of the Year
Lodders Solicitors LLP
Penningtons Manches
Sayer Vincent LLP
Third Sector Property Limited (TSP)

Boutique Investment Management
Church House Investment Management
EdenTree Investment Management
Mayfair Capital Investment Management
Rothschild Private Wealth
Standard Life Wealth
Savills Investment Management - The Charities Property Fund

Investment Management
Brewin Dolphin
Newton Investment Management
Quilter Cheviot Investment Management
Rathbone Investment Management
Smith & Williamson Investment Management

Outstanding Individual Achievement
Determined via sector consultation and deliberation amongst judges. Recipient announced at the ceremony.

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