Financial awards recognising charities and voluntary organisations in the UK that are working to prevent poverty or that are helping people and families caught in damaging situations, to turn their lives around.
The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) Awards seek to recognise and reward voluntary sector organisations, charities and other projects in the UK that are working to advance social justice and tackle issues of poverty.
The Centre for Social Justice is looking for community-based charities and voluntary groups that are preventing poverty or helping people and families caught in damaging situations, to turn their lives around. The Awards aim to celebrate and reward some of the best initiatives from throughout the UK that are enabling people to find a sustainable way out of the situations they are in. Groups should be addressing the causes of poverty, not just the symptoms.
The 2017 categories are:
- Education, Employment and Skills
- Modern Excellence
- Social Enterprise