There are 17 categories this year, including Communications Campaign, and Use of digital media.
Entry is free and voluntary sector organisations of all sizes are encouraged to enter. The deadline is Thursday 26th June.
Stephen Cook, editor of Third Sector, said: “The Third Sector Awards are a great opportunity to celebrate the outstanding work of charities and social enterprises and the people working for them. Combining them with Britain’s Most Admired Charities will make this year’s ceremony even more rewarding, so please take the time to check the list of categories and enter the ones that are right for you.”
Click here to enter.
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