Third Sector’s Business Charity Awards, now in their sixth year, recognise how companies contribute to charities.
The Business Charity Awards , this year in their sixth edition, are run by Third Sector magazine to recognise the outstanding contribution made by UK companies to charities and social enterprises.
Third Sector is the UK’s leading publication for everyone who needs to know what’s going on in the voluntary and not-for-profit sector.
The awards give you the perfect opportunity to showcase your companies CSR achievement and further promote your charities hard work.
The awards will be judged next year by an independent panel of experts, recruited by Third Sector from among charities, corporates and sector professionals.
Stephen Cook, editor of Third Sector, said: "Businesses across the UK have formed some tremendous partnerships with charities and the voluntary sector. The Business Charity Awards provide an opportunity to recognise the invaluable contribution companies make to the charity sector."
There are 18 categories this year, including awards for Business of the Year, Outstanding Employee, Business Charity Champion, Best Charity Partnership by a Small Business and Challenge Event.
The deadline for entries is Friday 20th February 2015.
Winners in 2014 included the IT company Cisco for its partnership with Comic Relief, the betting company Paddy Power for its work with Stonewall and Marks & Spencer for its collaboration with Unicef.
To view a full list of categories and criteria and to submit your entry, please visit: www.businesscharityawards.com.
You may enter as many categories as you like and you can enter a project in more than one category.
Companies entering the awards must be active in the UK and the work they enter must have begun, continued or ended in 2014.