Awards open for nominations

Categories: Community Engagement.

Institute of Fundraising National Awards 2013

These awards have been established by the Institute of Fundraising to recognise exceptional achievement amongst the fundraising community. full list of categories can be found on the website where the nomination process is described in more detail. 

The deadline for nominations is 1 March, and shortlisted entries will be notified by early April. Winners will be announced at the IoF National Awards ceremony and celebratory dinner held at the Hilton London Metropole on 1 July 2013.

The Scottish Charity Awards 2013

The Awards is one of the most prestigious events in the Scottish third sector calendar and celebrates excellence, talent and innovation. There are five award categories: 

  • Charity of the Year
  • Charity Champion
  • Community Action
  • Partnership of the Year
  • Campaign of the Year.

This year will also see the return of the very popular People’s Choice Heart and Soul Award, which is decided by public vote.

Entry to the awards is open to voluntary organisations, charities, social enterprises, campaign groups and community groups. Further details can be found on the SCVO website.

The deadline for nominations is 27 March, and the awards ceremony and gala dinner takes place in the Old Fruitmarket in Glasgow on Thursday 13 June.

Wales Volunteer of the Year Awards 2013

Nomations are now open in five categories:

  • Adult
  • Young Person (under 25)
  • Green Volunteer
  • Trustee
  • Group

nomination form can be downloaded from the Wales Council for Voluntary Action website. The deadline for nominations is 12 April.

WellChild Awards

Nomations for the WellChild Awards are open to seriously ill or caring young people or dedicated child-health professionals. WellChild Awards are an opportunity to celebrate the inspiring qualities of seriously ill young people and honour the dedication of those who care for them.

Entries for the 2013 Awards will be judged by an expert panel including children’s health researchers, former winners and health professionals. More information about how to nominate can be found on the WellChild website