Charity of the Year: with an income of less than £1 million
WINNER: Tyne Gateway Trust
"Impressive organisation with a laser focus on service users."
Charity of the Year: with an income of £1 million - £10 million
WINNER: Bowel Cancer UK
"Making a big impact, and with clear goals for achieving change into the future."
Highly commended: SignHealth
Charity of the Year: with an income of more than £10 million
"A dedicated focus on beneficiaries despite a very difficult funding environment."
Best New Charity
WINNER: The Tutor Trust
"An innovative approach to supporting educational advancement where it is needed most."
Change Project of the Year
WINNER: Parkinson's UK
"Impressive organisational transformation, driven by user voice and based on strong values."
Rising CEO Star
WINNER: Anna Smee, UK Youth
"A great role model in the sector who led a strong recovery for a charity in a difficult position."
Highly commended: Ruth Hunt, Stonewall
Fundraising Team of the Year: with an income under £5 million
WINNER: Community Foundation for Calderdale
"A hugely successful campaign that engaged the community."
Fundraising Team of the Year: with an income over £5 million
WINNER: The Grand Appeal
"A sophisticated and carefully planned campaign using technology to its best effect."
Charity Principal of the Year
WINNER: Dr Beverley Jacobson, Kisharon
"For leading a remarkable year turnaround with direction and delivery."
Campaigning Team of the Year
WINNER: Diabetes UK
"Incredibly creative and powerful messages and good use of national and local campaigning techniques, achieving immediate impact."
Best Use of the Web
"...producing engaging content in a successful campaign that has delivered real change."
PR Team of the Year: with an income under £10 million
WINNER: Muscular Dystrophy UK
"Phenomenal output across all PR disciplines from a small team. These guys deserve a medal."
PR Team of the Year: with an income over £10 million
WINNER: The National Autistic Society
"A solid three year campaign that listened to the community."
"Clear evidence of impact, scalability and commitment to working through others."
HR Management Award
WINNER: St Cuthbert's Hospice
"Investment in management development and clear internal communications make this entry stand out."
Financial Management Award
WINNER: Career Connect
"A bright example of collaboration in finance across the charity sector."
Social Investment Initiative
WINNER: Social Business Trust
"This is an excellent example of how social investment is not just about the money."
WINNER: For Jimmy
"A grass roots organisation tackling a very serious problem."
Highly commended: Newham All Star Sports Academy
Fundraising Technology Award
WINNER: Cancer Research UK
"Leading the sector with both technology and the thinking behind it."
Highly commended: The Grand Appeal
Excellence in Internal Communications
WINNER: Royal Hospital for Neuro-Disability
"Creativity and innovation while still covering all the traditional bases."
Corporate Community Local Involvement
WINNER: Community Links & BNY Mellon
"A strong 10 year partnership that reaches all levels of the organisations."
Corporate National Partnership Champion
WINNER: Missing People & Outsmart
"A partnership leveraging the strength of both parties to do vital work."
Corporate National Partnership of the Year with a Retailer
WINNER: Oxfam & Waterstones
"A highly effective approach to mobilising support to deliver on the charity’s crucial work."
Corporate National Partnership of the Year with a Financial Institution
WINNER: Place2Be & Bank of America Merrill Lynch
"This partnership is an example of excellence in charity-corporate collaboration. Smashing fundraising targets and raising awareness."
Highly commended: The Prince's Trust & Natwest
Cross-sector Partnership of the Year
WINNER: The Scout Association, Canal & River Trust, Alzheimer’s Society, Leonard Cheshire Disability, Guide Dogs, Mind & Water Aid
"An excellent and inspiring example of cross-agency partnership."
Corporate Social Responsibility Project of the Year
WINNER: Samaritans, Network Rail, British Transport Police & Rail Industry Suicide Stakeholder Group
"An impressive example of a charity and a corporate building on their expertise to achieve shared objectives."
Best Use of Technology
WINNER: Autism East Midlands
"Great imagination, implementation and most importantly effectiveness."
WINNER: Rathbone Investment Management
"Impressive growth, genuine commitment to ethics, and performance."
Boutique Investment Management
WINNER: Standard Life Wealth
"impressive systems and involvement in the sector."
Advisory Provider of the Year
WINNER: Bates Wells Braithwaite
"An impressive commitment to the sector, both through providing free support and continuing to expand and adapt its offering."
Outstanding Individual Achievement
WINNER: Tony Elischer