Criminal Justice Alliance Awards – prizes of up to £4,000

CRIMINAL JUSTICE ALLIANCE AWARDS 2016

  • £4,000 prize for inspiring organisation or individual
  • New award for journalism promoting ‘better understanding’

CJA logo (colour, white background)The 2016 Criminal Justice Alliance Awards will give prizes of £4,000, £2,000 and £1,000 to three organisations or individuals who have contributed materially to improving outcomes across the criminal justice pathway, from policing to prisons and probation, in the last 12 months. The Awards, supported for the second year by the Hadley Trust, acknowledge a ‘marked contribution to effectiveness, fairness or new models of delivery’. » Continue reading news item ... “Criminal Justice Alliance Awards – prizes of up to £4,000”

Valuable awards available for health-related charities

The 2017 round of the GSK IMPACT Awards for charities working in a health-related field is now open for applications.

Award winners receive a range of benefits including funding, training and publicity.

  • Up to ten winners receive £30,000 plus the overall winner receives an extra £10,000.
  • Up to ten runners-up receive £3,000.
  • Award winners are offered free training and development valued at up to £6,000.
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Good tech: awards and reports

This year’s Tech4Good Awards are now open, for any charity, business, individual, social enterprise, school, college, university or any other public body with a base in the UK.

Categories are:

  • AbilityNet Accessibility Award – software, hardware or other digital innovation that transforms the lives of disabled people.
  • BT MyDonate Fundraising Award – technology helping with charitable fundraising.
  • Community Impact Award –  digital technology to transform their community.
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Recognising good fundraising in arts and culture

A new set of awards have been created to recognise best practise in arts and culture fundraising, The Emcees. They are run by the Management Centre and its National Arts Fundraising School.

There are six categories:

  • Best Campaign – Large (campaigns with a target of £100,000 and above)
  • Best Campaign – Small (campaigns with a target of less than £100,000)
  • Best use of Digital channels in a fundraising campaign
  • Best Corporate Partnership
  • Best Individual Giving campaign
  • =mc Award for Innovation

The nomination deadline is 11th March.

Social investment: small charity views sought, awards open

Voluntary sector researchers are “seeking small and medium-sized charities to take part in a research project looking at their experiences of social investment”. Specifically they want to reach registered charities in England, with an income up to a million pounds, that have been turned down for social investment or whose boards gave it serious consideration but then took the decision not to make an application. » Continue reading news item ... “Social investment: small charity views sought, awards open”

Scottish sector award entries invited

This year’s Scottish Charity Awards from SCVO, their ninth outing, are open for entries. They look to reward those from the third sector who have made an exceptional impact on their communities and throughout the country.

Organisations can apply in the Charity of the Year, Celebrating Communities, Perfect Partnership, Cracking Campaign and Digital Dynamo categories, while individuals have the Charity Champion and Exceptional Employee options. » Continue reading news item ... “Scottish sector award entries invited”