The Guardian Charity Awards 2011
Are you a small or medium-sized charity delivering real solutions to problems, but struggling for profile?
The Guardian Charity Awards 2011 aim to recognise smaller charities which make an essential contribution to social welfare in the UK.
For 19 years, the Awards have showcased excellence and given a much-needed boost to organisations struggling to get the profile and funding they need to move forward. You can find out about the successes of our past winners here.
If you are a small charity making a big difference and believe your achievements could inspire others, then we want to hear from you.
Entering the awards is free and you could win £6,000, capacity building support from the Foundation for Social Improvement, a tailored package of media services from Media Trust and free NCVO membership.
For more information click here and don’t forget to get your entry to us by 15 July.
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