The Guardian Charity Awards are open for entries from small and medium-sized charities and entries close on 5 August 2015.
The judges will be looking for charitable projects “that are innovative, which promote best practice, and which comprise elements that can be replicated by other charities”.
To be eligible charities must have been registered in the UK for at least two years, and have had an annual income in 2014 of between £5,000 and £1.5 million. Only one entry per charity is accepted.
The five winning charities will each receive:
• A £3,000 prize fund, donated by awards sponsor Zurich
• Free iPad mini, courtesy of Jigsaw24
• Tailored packages of support from FSI, Media Trust and Bates Wells Braithwaite
• One year’s free NCVO membership
There is no charge to enter the Guardian Charity Awards.
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