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Guardian Charity Awards 2012 winners announced

Howard Lake | 4 December 2012 | News

Five small and medium-sized social welfare charities have been announced as winners of the twentieth annual Guardian Charity Awards. The winners, who share a prize fund of £2,500, are chosen for their significant contribution to improving social wellbeing in the UK.

This year's winners are:

The awards were open to all UK social welfare charities who had been registered for more than two years, had an annual income of between £5,000 and £1.5 million, and which could demonstrate excellence and achievement in what they do.


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David Brindle, chair of the awards and public services editor at the Guardian, said: "To stand out from almost 1,000 entries, our winners are all doing something pretty special. But their commitment, energy and inspiration are typical of the tens of thousands of smaller charities up and down the UK. They are the very backbone of civil society."

As well as the prize fund, the winning charities will also receive: