Shortlisted candidates for the Institute of Fundraising’s (IoF) annual National awards, which celebrate the best and most inspirational fundraising techniques and campaigns, are being announced this week.
The shortlisted candidates for Most Innovative Fundraising Campaign are Cancer Research UK for Citizen Science, Save the Children for Christmas Jumper Day 2013 and Scope for its Retail Expansion Product.
The shortlisted charities for Best Use of Digital are Crisis at Christmas, Macmillan Cancer Support’s for its Go Sober campaign and WWF for ‘My Baby Tiger’ and ‘Beautiful Earth’.
Kevin Kibble, IoF Trustee and Chair of the Awards Judging Panel said: “We received an unprecedented number of entries for this year’s National Awards – a real testament to the hard work and commitment of the work done by charities up and down the country. Judging the best of the best of fundraising during the past year has reminded us all as judges of the creativity and inspiration that goes into fundraising campaigns.”
Winners will be announced at the IoF National Awards Ceremony on 7th July 2014.
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