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The Charity Governance Awards 2017 winners

The Charity Governance Awards nomination process was featured on our pages at the beginning of the year.

The winners are now available and a great cluster of charities , with some amazing stories to share, are featured on the web pages of the 2017 awards.

The winners include:

Board Diversity and Inclusivity
WinnerVoluntary Arts

Embracing Digital
WinnerAsthma UK

Embracing Opportunity and Harnessing Risk
WinnerPreston Road Women’s Centre

Improving Impact (up to 3 paid staff)
WinnerSt. Peter’s Community Wellbeing Projects

Improving Impact (4 – 25 paid staff)
WinnerPrisoners’ Education Trust

Improving Impact ( 26+ paid staff)
WinnerStep by Step

Managing Turnaround
WinnerOff the Record

You can see a series of short films about each winner here.
https://www.charitygovernanceawards.co.uk/2017-winners-videos/

You can see a list of all the charities short-listed in 2017 here.
https://www.charitygovernanceawards.co.uk/2017-short-list/

Congratulations to everyone who took part and contributed to the work. Looking forward to another challenge in 2018.

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Charity Governance Awards 2017

If you have a fantastic and supportive board, then the Charity Governance Awards 2017 deadline has just been extended to midnight on Monday 23rd January, 2017.

The awards, organised by The Clothworkers Company include cash awards of £5,000 to the winners.

 Will your name be announced?

 

“The Charity Governance Awards is an exciting not-for-profit initiative created to celebrate outstanding governance in charities both small and large.

We all know that effective governance makes a difference. And by sharing examples of inspirational trustees and brilliant boards we want to show how great governance and doing good go hand-in-hand.”

Source: https://www.charitygovernanceawards.co.uk/

There are seven categories of award to be achieved…

  1. Board Diversity and Inclusivity
  2. Embracing Digital
  3. Embracing Opportunity and Harnessing Risk
  4. Improving Impact – charities with 3 paid staff or fewer (including charities with no paid staff)
  5. Improving Impact – charities with 4–25 paid staff
  6. Improving impact – charities with 26 paid staff or more
  7. Managing Turnaround

You can simply enter on-line on this web page.  Here you will find the qualifications necessary to enter, as well as an on-line application form.

If you do, we wish you all success!

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