Deadline: 7th October
The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) is inviting grassroots charities and social enterprises from across Great Britain to apply to its annual Awards.
The CSJ Awards seeks the very best grassroots charities and social enterprises from across Britain, gives six winners £10,000 each to scale their impact and puts them in the spotlight for senior politicians, philanthropists and business and charity leaders to be inspired by and learn from.
The Awards are focussed on finding charities and social enterprises who are proving themselves effective at preventing and tackling poverty in Britain.
This year’s categories are:
- Award One – The Maxie Richards Addiction Award
- Award Two – The Family Award
- Award Three – The Work Award
- Award Four – The Education Award
- Award Five – The Criminal Justice Award
- Award Six – The Financial Inclusion Award
The award judges are particularly interested in organisations that:
- Tackle the root causes of poverty
- Intervene early to prevent poverty
- Are ambitious for the lives of their clients
- Find innovative ways to combat poverty
- Have the potential to scale the impact of their work
- Have a turnover of less than £2 million
- Are working with people living in Britain
Charities can apply to multiple categories but will only be able to win one award.
Further details can be found on the CSJ Awards 2020 website.