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Nominations open for The 3rd Sector Care Awards 2015

3rdsectorNominations are now open for The 3rd Sector Care Awards 2015. The Awards are open to any individual, team or organisation that excels at supporting people in the not-for-profit sector. Employees of all levels are invited to share their experiences and contribution.  The innovative judging process will once again involve Experts by Experience.

2014’s event was a fantastic celebration of the hard work and dedication of third sector providers. 2015 builds on those amazing contributions and has also added new categories meaning more people can get involved.

The 12 categories for 2015 are;

·         Compassion
·         Innovative Quality Outcomes
·         Creative Arts
·         Community Engagement
·         Citizenship
·         Leadership
·         Collaboration (Integration)
·         Contribution to Sector Development
·         Making a Difference
·         Beyond Governance
·         End of Life
·         Technology

It is easy to nominate online at www.3rdSectorCareAwards.co.uk.   Just click on the relevant category to read criteria and submit your nomination.

The event will, once again, be hosted by Dame Esther Rantzen DBE who said, “I am delighted to be involved in such a worthwhile event.  It is crucial that the not-for-profit sector offers high quality care and support for vulnerable people, whilst driving up standards.”

Nominations close on Friday 4th September.  Shortlisted nominees will be invited to interviews with the judging panel on Wednesday 21st October.  The winners will be announced at the Awards Ceremony on Wednesday 9th December in London.

For more information, to submit a nomination or enquire about tickets and sponsorship opportunities visit www.3rdsectorcareawards.co.uk. The 3rd Sector Care Awards is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate innovation and excellence in not-for-profit care and support.

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