Since launching in 2014 the Awards has supported over 110 charities across the North and Midlands of England, and Wales.
2023 Awards winners
Arc is one of the leading arts & mental health charities, based in Stockport, Greater Manchester.
Based in South Yorkshire, Buzz provides support for separated families in conflict.
Community Works provides several services for the people of Thirsk and North Yorkshire.
Drop Zone Youth Projects work across the Furness area of Cumbria supporting young people aged eight to 24.
Responsible for the operation of Fareshare Greater Manchester and Give and Gain, EMERGE 3RS is a charity with both an environmental and social purpose.
The charity provides support for families affected by someone else's drug or alcohol use across Northants, working with both children and adults.
KRT supports young people aged 16-25, not in education, employment or training, to achieve entry level qualifications, work experience and employability skills.
The charity connects urban dwellers with the great outdoors on their 26 acre site just outside of Leeds city centre.
Murray Hall Community Trust is a community anchor organisation operating across the West Midlands.
Pallion Action Group empowers local people of all ages to access and be fully included in opportunities in the local area.
Ponthafren is a community-based organisation with an extensive reach providing a local, wraparound Mental Health and Wellbeing support service.
RAY Ceredigion provides weekly activities to improve the health and wellbeing for residents of Ceredigion, a rural county in West Wales.
SNAPS is a wonderful charity that supports children with additional needs and their families.
St Chad's Sanctuary is a place of welcome for asylum seekers and refugees.
Solihull Moors has been delivering support to the community for five years, supporting those who are disadvantaged in the local community.
Souster Youth supports social, emotional and spiritual needs for ages 11 to 19 in Northamptonshire.
Swansea Community Farm is a volunteer led charity. The only city farm in Wales, it has a range of farm animals, allotments and wildlife areas.
Teesside Ability Support Centre exists to support disabled adults from across the Tees Valley to have meaningful lives.
The Hinge Centre's three main projects are resettlement, community and children, young people and families.
The Welsh Refugee Council has been providing support for sanctuary seekers and refugees to build new futures in Wales through specialist advice, support, and advocacy services.
Youth Leads UK is an award-winning youth-led charity supporting underrepresented and underprivileged young people to enrich their skills, reach the
All our Awards winners
The Awards supports front-line charities benefiting their communities directly. This includes volunteering work, practical projects to improve an area, running community centres and providing a range of services for their local community, especially for those who may be vulnerable or in need.
The Awards support practical action for the environment. This can include sustainable land use and fishing, renewable energy, recycling schemes, biodiversity, species preservation, marine life, education, climate change science and conservation.
The Awards supports charities working to benefit vulnerable people. This includes helping adults experiencing exclusion, social or economic hardship; people experiencing homelessness; people who are at risk of offending or reoffending; and charities supporting older people or people with disabilities.
The Awards supports charities committed to improving the life chances of young people. This includes providing services to children and young people up to the age of 25 such as offering advice and guidance, work experience, training and coaching.