Shortlist unveiled for National Fundraising Awards 2019

first_imgDom Smith, Restless DevelopmentHelen Maguire, Claygate Recreation Ground TrustJosanne Richardson, CLIC SargentKealey Chapman, Maggie’sKila Redfearn, Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation TrustRegional Campaign of the YearBritish Heart FoundationChestnut Tree House children’s hospiceMaggie’sNorth of England Zoological SocietyProstate Cancer UKCharity-Business Partnership of the YearBounce Back Foundation and LandsecCLIC Sargent and Morrison’sCPSL Mind and JagexGirlguiding and GoogleMissing People and DeliverooYoung Fundraiser of the Year      Anna Hadley, British Heart FoundationDaisy Pearson, DEBRAEmma Powell, The Chartwell Children’s Cancer Trust, Rays of Sunshine, Demelza Hospice, CLIC SargentHattie Woodhouse, Restless DevelopmentJack Thompson, CLIC SargentThe #ChangeCollective AwardAction for ChildrenActionAid UKGreenpeace UKThe Prince’s TrustRoyal Mencap SocietyLegacy Campaign of the YearBritish Heart FoundationMacmillan Cancer SupportNSPCCSave the ChildrenThe Royal Marsden Cancer CharityFundraising Campaign of the YearAction for ChildrenBritish Heart FoundationGreenpeace UKPancreatic Cancer UKWar Child UKFundraising Charity of the YearCLIC SargentManchester University Hospitals Foundation Trust CharitySumatran Orangutan SocietyThe Royal Marsden Cancer CharityYoungMindsFundraising Event of the YearJDRFMacmillan Cancer SupportThe Brain Tumour CharityThe Grand AppealTommy’sIndividual Giving Campaign of the YearFriends of the EarthCrisisScopeSt Catherine’s HospiceWaterAidInnovation in FundraisingGreenpeace UKMindShelterBoxThe Movember FoundationWar Child UKMost Committed Company to the SectorCharity CheckoutDonorfyGivergyPlatypus DigitalProspecting for GoldVolunteer Fundraiser of the YearEmma Hill, Birmingham Children’s Hospital CharityGibraltar Local Committee for Cancer Research UK, Cancer Research UKLisa Stephenson, Maggie Keswick Jencks Cancer Caring Centres TrustOlivia Warham and Ellie Warham, Cancer Research UKTracey Arthur, Above & BeyondSupporter ExperienceAnthony Nolan, the Events and Community Fundraising ProgrammeGreenpeace UK, Head of Face to Face Supporter RecruitmentMines Advisory Group, MAG’s Annual Supporter Engagement ThankathonNational Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, “Because of You” Direct Mail campaign 2018Royal Mencap Society, Marathon Stewardship JourneyThe winning fundraisers, charities and organisations will be announced at the National Fundraising Awards on Monday 1 July 2019 at The Brewery, London.  371 total views,  2 views today  372 total views,  3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis29 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis29 Tagged with: Awards Institute of Fundraising Shortlist unveiled for National Fundraising Awards 2019center_img About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via Melanie May | 3 May 2019 | News Action for Children, British Heart Foundation, Greenpeace UK and CLIC Sargent are among the charities shortlisted for their fundraising activity in this year’s National Fundraising Awards.The annual National Fundraising Awards recognise the best examples of excellent fundraising from charities, agencies and individual fundraisers across a range of categories, with five entries shortlisted for each category.Shortlisted for the Fundraising Charity of the Year Award are  CLIC Sargent, Manchester University Hospitals Foundation Trust Charity, Sumatran Orangutan Society, The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, and YoungMinds.There are also a number of new awards this year, including Fundraising Campaign of the Year, and the #ChangeCollective category, which rewards an individual or organisation that has championed equality, diversity and inclusion in their fundraising or within their fundraising workforce. Chair of the judging panel, Howard Lake, said:“Our judging panel received an amazing standard of entries this year. With such strong candidates, it was as challenging as ever asking the judging panel to come up with the top five entries in order for each category results in some strong debates, yet several judges told me just how much they enjoyed the experience. Thank you to every inspirational fundraisers who entered this year and the judges for all the time they gave to examine each entry and to test each of them against the criteria to find the winners.”The shortlist in full:Rising Star Advertisementlast_img read more