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Online Accounts award winners announced

Howard Lake | 29 November 2003 | News

The Woodland Trust, Life Education Centres, Rett Syndrome Association UK and SNAP have beaten over 80 voluntary groups to win the first Charities’ Online Accounts Awards.

The Charities’ Online Accounts Awards are designed to seek out the best, Web-based annual report and accounts from across the non-profit sector. The awards are intended to become a benchmark for good practice by judging accurate financial accounting alongside accessibility, value-for-money and ease of navigation.

At a ceremony held on Friday at Chartered Accountants’ Hall, London, the four charities were awarded first prize in each of their income categories: above £2 million, between £2 million and £500,000, between £500,000 and £100,000 and over £100,000.

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The winning charities received a cheque for £2,000, a winner’s seal for their Web site and a free pass to attend one of Charities Aid Foundation’s Charity Conferences. Runners-up in the competition were presented with a certificate of excellence and a seal of recognition to post onto their site.

After the ceremony Charity Commissioner David Taylor, and Howard Lake, publisher of the UK Fundraising, and one of the judges of this year’s awards, presented a free seminar on Web-based financial reporting. As well as covering good practice in charity
accounting, compliance and the Standard Information Return, the seminar offered clear ./guidance on using the Internet as a dynamic and effective communication tool for annual reports and accounts.

The winners were:

Category A – with an income over £2 million
The Woodland Trust is the UK’s leading charity dedicated solely to the
protection of native woodland.

Category B – with an income between £500,000 and £2 million
Life Education Centres tries to reduce the level of drug abuse by providing positive health education for young people.

Category C – with an income between £100,000 and £500,000
Rett Syndrome Association UK is a national organisation giving help, advice and support to parents, carers, siblings and professionals involved with a
child or adult who has Rett syndrome – a complex neurological disease resulting in multiple disabilities

Category D – with an income below £100,000
Special Needs And Parents (SNAP) is a registered charity that supports Essex families who have children with any special need or disability.

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