The awards are an annual programme held in the UK which celebrate and highlight best practice across the voluntary sector.
ehospice has been shortlisted in the ‘Healthcare and Medical Research’ category, and will be assessed on 10 Hallmarks of Excellence.
The winners of the awards will be announced at a ceremony in London on 12 June.
Commenting on the shortlisting, Daniel Ward, ehospice Project Manager, said:
“We are delighted that ehospice has made it to the shortlist of these prestigious awards – a notable achievement, particularly given we launched less than two years ago.
“ehospice strives to share knowledge and expertise about hospice and palliative care to a wider audience, so it is great to see our work recognised as a beacon of best practice in this area.
“Everyone who works on ehospice is immensely proud of this achievement, and we would like to thank all our readers and contributors for supporting the work we do in trying to improve end of life care for everyone who needs it. Let’s hope we can take away the award for the hospice and palliative care community next month!”
Steve Hynd, the editor of Africa edition of ehospice added,
“I am delighted that ehospice has been shortlisted for these prestigious awards. All across Africa patients are suffering needless and preventable pain. ehospice plays an invaluable role in educating and raising awareness of palliative care which in turn impacts on improving the quality of care for patients.”
About the awards
The Charity Awards 2014, now in its 15th year, is organised by Civil Society Media, publishers of Charity Finance, Fundraising and Governance magazines and www.civilsociety.co.uk
Find out more about the awards at www.charityawards.co.uk/the-awards