Charity Times Awards 2017

At the Charity Times Awards last night the ultimate winners were announced. The largest event of its kind to honour UK charities and their supporters, the 18th annual event brought together charities and organisations from across the sector to celebrate the success and impact of individual and collaborate work.

Charity of the Year: with an income of less than £1 million

WINNER: The Encephalitis Society

Charity of the Year: with an income of £1 million - £5 million - sponsored by Quilter Cheviot

WINNER: FareShare UK

Highly commended: Reprieve

Charity of the Year: with an income of £5 million - £10 million - sponsored by Quilter Cheviot


Highly commended: Lord's Taverners

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

WINNER: bpas - The British Pregnancy Advisory Service

Highly commended: Disasters Emergency Committee

Best New Charity

WINNER: Sapper Support

Highly commended: Binti International

Change Project of the Year

WINNER: St John's Hospice, North Lancashire & South Lakes

Rising CEO Star

WINNER: Yvonne Harrison, GreaterSport

Fundraising Team of the Year

WINNER: Family Holiday Association

Charity Principal of the Year

WINNER: Alex Ford, Pancreatic Cancer UK

Highly commended: Sophie Andrews, The Silver Line Helpline

Campaigning Team of the Year

WINNER: MS Society

Best Use of the Web

WINNER: Independent Age

PR Team of the Year

WINNER: Macmillan Cancer Support

International Charity

WINNER: Shivia

HR Management Award

WINNER: Addaction

Social Investment Initiative

WINNER: Family Action

Community Award

WINNER: St Joseph's Hospice Charity

Excellence in Internal Communications

WINNER: Alzheimer's Society

Corporate Community Local Involvement

WINNER: School Food Matters and Whole Foods Market

Highly commended: School-Home Support and Liberum Capital

Corporate National Partnership Champion


Corporate National Partnership of the Year with a Retailer

WINNER: British Red Cross Society and Co-op

Corporate National Partnership of the Year with a Financial Institution

WINNER:  Marie Curie and Yorkshire Building Society

Highly commended: The Royal Marines Charity and Patron Capital

Cross-sector Partnership of the Year

WINNER: Everton in the Community, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust and Edge Hill University

Supporting Executive of the Year

WINNER: Charlotte Augst, Richmond Group of Charities

Corporate Social Responsibility Project of the Year

WINNER: Northumberland Domestic Abuse Services and RAW Productions

Best Use of Technology

WINNER: seAp Advocacy

Investment Management

WINNER: Rathbone Investment Management

Highly commended: Cazenove Capital

Boutique Investment Management

WINNER: James Hambro & Partners

Advisory Provider of the Year

WINNER: Bates Wells Braithwaite

Outstanding Individual Achievement

WINNER: Judith Moran, Director, Quaker Social Action (QSA)

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