Charity Times Awards 2019: shortlist announced

The shortlist for the 20th annual Charity Times Awards has been announced.

The awards reward excellence across 25 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 2 October.

Charity of the Year: with an income of less than £1 million
FACT – Fighting All Cancers Together
Football Beyond Borders
Migrant Leaders
Working Chance

Charity of the Year: with an income of £1 million - £10 million
The ClementJames Centre
Excellent Development
OPEN Youth Trust
Young Citizens

Charity of the Year: with an income of more than £10 million
CLIC Sargent
Community Integrated Care
Penny Appeal
Versus Arthritis

Charity Principal of the Year
Lindsay Boswell, FareShare
Justin Humphreys & Steve Ball, Thirtyone:eight
Kate Lee, CLIC Sargent
Kirsty Smith, CBM
Sue Threader, Rochester Bridge Trust

Rising CEO Star
Joanna Bega, Child Rescue Nepal
Charlie Hay, Afrikids
Stephanie Maurel, Condordia
Bev Messenger, IOSH
Gemma Peters, Bloodwise

Supporting Executive of the Year
Phillippa Chapman, Encephalitis Society
Peter Laurie, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home
Kate Sheldon, Trees for Cities

Best Use of Technology
Macmillan Cancer Support
Medair UK (with Qlik)
RNLI and Greenwood Campbell
Save the Children and Pearson

Fundraising Innovation Award
The Change Foundation
Pilgrims Hospices

Fundraising Team of the Year
Alzheimer’s Research UK Regional Corporate Team
Noah’s Ark

Best Social Media Presence
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home
Football Beyond Borders
Versus Arthritis

Change Project of the Year
Age Exchange
Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)
St Mungos

HR Management Award
Humanitarian Academy Development

PR Team of the Year
Electrical Safety First
Epilepsy Scotland
Living Streets

Campaigning Team of the Year
Meningitis Research Foundation
North East Autism Society
Ovarian Cancer Action
Pancreatic Cancer UK

Corporate National Partnership with a Retailer
Alder Hey Children’s Charity and Matalan
British Red Cross and Coop
CLIC Sergant and Morrisons
FareShare, Trussell Trust and Asda
Shelter and B&Q
Teenage Cancer Trust and Dominos

Corporate National Partnership with a Financial Institution
Age UK, Barnardos and Santander
Earthwatch, WaterAid, WWF and HSBC
Greenhouse Sports and Prudential
Rays of Sunshine and Deutsche Bank

Corporate National Partnership Champion
Citizens Advice Plymouth and EDF Energy
The Country Trust and Warburton’s
FareShare and Honest Crust
Sustain, the Sustainable Restaurant Association and Heathrow Airport

Cross-sector Partnership of the Year
Alzheimer’s Research and Alzheimer’s Society
The CareTech Foundation and EY Foundation
The Cellar Trust and The Bradford District Foundation NHS Care Trust and Bradford Metropolitan Local Authority
Glass Door Homeless Charity
Mayhew and Crisis

Corporate Community Local Involvement
Berkeley Foundation and Crisis
CPSL Mind and Jagex
IntoUniversity and Deloitte
School Food Matters

Corporate Social Responsibility Project of the Year
OVO Energy
Breaking Barriers and IKEA
Hogan Lovells and Barefoot College
Living Streets and Phoenix Group
Medair UK (with Qlik)

Information Security Innovation Awardin partnership with Charities Security Forum
British Heart Foundation
Electric Umbrella

Property Innovation Award
Andrews Charitable Trust
Caudwell Children
Commonwealth Housing
St John’s Hospice North Lancashire and South Lakes

Boutique Investment Management Award
Aberdeen Standard Capital
Eskmuir Properties
James Hambro & Partners
Mayfair Capital Investment Management
Rothschild & Co

Investment Management Award
Brewin Dolphin
Cazenove Charities
Newton Investment Management
Quilter Cheviot Investment Management
Rathbones Investment Management
Smith & Williamson Investment Management

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