Business Charity Awards

Posted on: January 12, 2021

Entries now open!

The Business Charity Awards 2021 entries are now open, take this opportunity to  showcase the people and teams behind amazing corporate/charity partnerships and their impactful work.
The coronavirus pandemic has had a dramatic impact on our working lives, and created a raft of challenges for the voluntary and not-for-profit sector, along with their corporate partners.

The Business Charity Awards recognise and reward the amazing work the sector has done to combat these challenges, and celebrates the teams behind it.

This year, there are 25 categories which you can enter into, spanning across sector, partnerships and teams. We’ve introduced two new Coronavirus categories, which aim to reward the outstanding CSR work completed throughout the pandemic.
Key Dates
Early Bird Deadline: 9 February
Standard Deadline: 23 February
To enter now please visit Third Sector’s website.

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