Shortlist announced for Asian Voice Charity Awards

Monday 16th April 2018 09:31 EDT
 

The Asian Voice Charity Awards, powered by Charity Clarity,will be taking place on Friday 18thMay this year at the Hilton on Park Lane, London. We are proud to announce the names of those shortlisted for this year's awards, chosen by a panel of esteemed judges; Lord Jitesh Gadhia, Investment banker; David Stead, Director of Philanthropy and Development at the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF); Alderman Alison Gowman, Chair, City Bridge Trust; and Subhash Thakrar, Founder Chair, Charity Clarity.

The awards are not only about charities which seek to solve the most pressing social issues of our time both in Britain and internationally, but also for those that seek to innovate and strive for excellence and whose success is judged by their end results.

We want to showcase excellence in organisations which operate in Great Britain and globally, and give a much-needed boost to organisations struggling to get the profile and funding they need to move forward. These Awards offer a valuable leverage to organisations that are delivering practical solutions to present-day problems.

Charity of the year

Shortlisted: Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation and Children and Families Across Borders (CFAB), Cleft Lip and Palate Association, and Christina Noble Foundation

Start-up of the Year

Shortlisted: Domestic Violence Assist, Road to Freedom and Tennis2Be

Social Impact Award

Shortlisted: Books in the Nick, Child to Child and Penny Appeal

Most Inspiring Individual

Shortlisted: Emma Slade, Hendrix Lancaster,  Mandy Sanghera and Steve Whitmore

Most Inspiring Young Person 

Shortlisted: Lydia Unsudimi, Alisha Malhotra,  Rabia Nasimi and Alexander Morgan


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