Charity Times Awards 2021: Shortlist announced

The shortlist for the 22nd annual Charity Times Awards has been announced.

Now in their 22nd year, the awards reward leadership and excellence across almost 30 categories. The best individual charities will be recognised, alongside specific areas including community involvement, corporate partnerships, fundraising, campaigning, use of technology, and many more.

New categories include Digital Fundraising Campaign of the Year and Digital Transformation of the Year, both of which seek to find the charities showcasing an excellent and innovative use of digital over the past year.

A number of categories also recognise the contribution that the services provided by corporates make to a healthy and effective charity sector.

To read the full shortlist, click here.

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