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10 OCT 2018

North West Charity Awards

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We want to hear your story! The entry process for the North West Charity Awards is your opportunity to let the North West know how great your charity/team/individual really is. We ask you to be concise, keeping your answers short and to the point.

You can either nominate other charities or nominate yourself for these prestigious award titles. Nominees can be entered into a maximum of 5 categories if applicable.

Criteria and Eligibility

Charities and Not-for-Profit

  • These awards are opened to all UK registered charities, voluntary groups or international charities registered with UK offices operating in the North West. These organisations must be able to clearly display its charitable aims and social mission limited by social enterprise, community interest company and Guarantee.
  • We have 5 awards for charities who have demonstrated enthusiasm and integrity through their work with their charity or voluntary group.
  • A judging panel will provide expert scrutiny to ensure transparency of the North West Charity Awards. The judging panel reserves the right to ask for additional information from the charity, individual and corporate, and to make enquiries with the charity where appropriate.
  • The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into
  • Only submissions via North West Awards Website will be considered for judging.
  • All entries will be judged on the information and supporting evidence given.
  • All entries and nominations must be received before midnight on Friday 16th June 2017. Finalists will be announced Tuesday 18th July 2017.

For Individuals

  • We have 6 awards for individuals who have demonstrated enthusiasm and integrity through their work with their charity or voluntary group.
  • The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into
  • Only submissions via North West Awards Website will be considered for judging.
  • All entries will be judged on the information and supporting evidence given.
  • All entries and nominations must be received before midnight on Friday 16th June 2017. Finalists will be announced Tuesday 18th July 2017.

Corporate Partnerships

  • We have 2 awards for any UK based registered private company, or international company with registered UK offices operating in the North West.
  • The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into
  • Only submissions via North West Awards Website will be considered for judging.
  • All entries will be judged on the information and supporting evidence given.
  • All entries and nominations must be received before midnight on Friday 16th June 2017. Finalists will be announced Tuesday 18th July 2017.

Who Nominates?

  • There is no charge to make a nomination for the North West Charity Wards. Nominations are open to all. Applicants can make as many nominations as they wish and may enter up to five different categories where applicable.

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Your Details
First Name
Last Name
Email
How did you hear about the awards?
Application Type

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Charity Details - Please enter details of your nomination
Charity Name
Charity Number
Email Address
Charity Address
Charity Postcode
Website
Twitter Handle (if applicable)
Individual Details - Please enter details of your nomination (self nomination is allowed)
First Name
Last Name
Email Address
Job Title (if applicable)
Twitter Handle (if applicable)
Company Details - Please enter details of your nomination
Company Name
Email Address
Company Address
Company Postcode
Website
Twitter Handle (if applicable)

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This prestigious award will go to the charity or voluntary sector organisation that has had a truly exceptional year and whose recent achievements have attracted the admiration of the sector.
Charity overview: How many people does the charity employ? When was it founded and who does it support?
What are the charity's objectives? How does it achieve its goals?
What has the charity achieved over the past year? What challenges has it faced and how did it overcome them? What impact has the charity had on its beneficiaries or the wider sector in the past year?
How has the charity evaluated its success?
Awarded to a charity with an income of less than £400,000 a year that has made a significant impact. Meeting or exceeding its targets and community reach.

Charity Objective/Aim: Tell us about your charity, what are the goals of the charity? What did your charity set out to achieve? (no more than 350 words)

Approach/Method: How did your charity achieve these goals? Including any challenges faced. (no more than 350 words)
Accomplishment: How successful has it been? Please let us know how your success was measured. (no more than 350 words)
Awarded to a fundraising event that used an inspiring, original and creative approach to securing donations.

Objective/Aim: what was the event and its objectives? (no more than 350 words)

Approach/Method: What was the event approach and delivered? When and where did this event take place and who were involved in its organisation? (no more than 350 words)
Accomplishment: How much money was raised and did it meet or exceed your expectation?
Awarded to a pioneering and creative fundraising campaign that exceeded its targets.

Objective/Aim: What was the campaign and what was its objectives? (no more than 350 words)

Approach/Method: What was your delivery approach? Who played a part in the delivery of the campaign (ie. Was it managed by an agency, corporate sponsor or agency) (no more than 350 words)
Accomplishment: How effective was the campaign and what was the return on investment? Case study optional.
Awarded to the charity or social enterprise that engaged and pushed the boundaries of traditional methods of reaching donors, supporters and beneficiaries.

Objective/Aim: What was the marketing and social media project/objectives?

Approach/Method: What approach did it take and how was it delivered? Who was involved and what challenges did the charity face? (no more than 350 words)
Accomplishment: How effective was it? Case study optional.

Awarded to an exceptional small to medium sized North West company who has supported charities or community groups. Going above and beyond to raise funds and awareness through sponsorship, donations, staff fundraising, payroll giving, volunteering or match giving.

Objective/Aim: What were the activities that took place to support the charity or community group? What was the objectives/projects?

Approach/Method: How effective and efficient were these activities? How were they implemented? Including any challenges faced. (no more than 350 words)
Accomplishment: How successful was the partnership? How was it measured or shared with others?
Awarded to a North West company that has significantly contributed to charities through its private foundation. This could be through grants, sponsorships, donations or community schemes.

Objective/Aim: Why was the foundation set up? What were the activities that took place to support the charity or community group?

Approach/Method: How did you distribute funds to your selected charities? What method did your foundation adapt? Including challenges faced. (no more than 350 words)
• Accomplishment: How successful was the partnership? How was it measured?
Awarded to an exceptional large scale North West company who has supported charities or community groups. Going above and beyond to raise funds and awareness through sponsorship, donations, staff fundraising, payroll giving, volunteering or match giving.

Objective/Aim: What were the activities that took place to support the charity or community group? What was the objectives/projects?

Approach/Method: How effective and efficient were these activities? How were they implemented? Including any challenges faced.(no more than 350 words)
Accomplishment: How successful was the partnership? How was it measured or shared with others?

Awarded to a volunteer who consistently displayed a commitment to a charity or community group. Give their own time to serve a charity or community without receiving monetary reward for this service. This award is to honour their selflessness whilst highlighting the positive impact they have had on the charity and community.

How long has this individual volunteered at the charity and why did they get involved?

How have they contributed to the charity and what have they accomplished?
Why should this person win this award?
Awarded to the volunteer manager, or equivalent, who has proactively engaged, mentored and helped volunteers develop. Whilst rising the standard of volunteering within their organising.

How long has this individual volunteered/worked at the charity and how did they become volunteer manager?

How many volunteers do they oversee? (50-word max)
How have they contributed to the charity and what have they accomplished? (175-word max)
Why should this person win this award? (175-word max)
Awarded to a young person 16 years and younger who have supported, raised funds and awareness for a charity or cause. We would like to celebrate a young person who leads by example, shows kindness and great commitment to their chosen charity, non-profit or community group.

How has this young person inspired others? (175-word max)

Why should this person win this award? (175-word max)
Awarded to a celebrity from the North West who has supported, raised funds and awareness for a charity or cause.

How long has this celebrity been involved with the charity and, why did they get involved?

What role has this celebrity played in supporting the charity? (i.e. fund raising, volunteering time, raise awareness etc?
Awarded to a charity director who has made an outstanding contribution to his or her organisation, or the wider sector over the past year.

When did, this individual join/start the charity, and why? (175-word max)

What have they achieved? (275-word)
Why should this person win this award? (175-word max)
Awarded to the chair of trustees who has made an outstanding contribution to the charity over the past year.

When did, this individual join the board and when did they become chair?

What have they achieved?
Why should this person win this award? (175-word max)


What would winning this award mean to your charity/nominee/company? (no more than 250 words)
Supporting Documents
(optional) Please upload any documents you feel will help your application, this can include case studies and further details on the fields above.
Nominee Profile / Organisation Profile
Other Documentation
Logo #1 (jpg,png or eps) (6mb limit)
Logo #2 (jpg,png or eps) (6mb limit)

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