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Excitement as nominations open for the Charity Today Awards 2021

CHARITIES and businesses around the United Kingdom can now nominate in this year’s prestigious Charity Today Awards 2021.

The longstanding charity awards programme, administered by Charity Today, will maintain a digital format for this year’s event.

It is a 3-step process:

  1. Nominate

  2. Finalists Shortlisted

  3. Public Vote

In September 2019, the Charity Today Awards held its first-ever live event, but all hopes of another spectacular in 2020 were dampened after the world became gripped by coronavirus. 

Consequently, the 2020 awards reverted to the original digital format.

The committee has confirmed that the digital format will remain for the foreseeable future.

Charity Today Executive Editor, Lee Rayment, said:

“It is always an honour to be able to open the Charity Today Awards for nominations officially. Charities have suffered and often seen their resources stretched to the limits during the last 16months.

“This is an opportunity for people to stop in their tracks and recognise the exceptional work that charities and organisations continue to undertake in the most difficult of circumstances.” 

The late great, Graham Bell MBE, pictured at the Charity Today Awards with Sandi Bogle after winning The James E. Smith Special Recognition Award.

Nominations close at 11:59pm on Friday, 10 September. If you would like to make a nomination, then please click here.

If you or your nominee are under 18, please get permission from a parent or guardian before you nominate.

For more information about the Charity Today Awards, please visit www.charitytoday.co.uk/charitytodayawards   

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