The 3rd Sector Care Awards 2016 winners have been announced. The ceremony is now over and the finalists are celebrating their fantastic achievements. The Awards' host, Dame Esther Rantzen kept the ceremony running smoothly with her warm and welcoming approach, interviewing and congratulating the winners.
The winners are:
Compassion Award – Alfred Court Team, The Somerset Care Group
Innovative Quality Outcomes Award – Community Integrated Care and Widnes Vikings
Creative Arts Award – Community Development Team, Certitude
Community Engagement Award – Port Sunlight River Park Team and Autism Together
Citizenship Award – Community Integrated Care and Widnes Vikings
Leadership Award – Castle Supported Living
End of Life Care Award – EachStep Blackley, Community Integrated Care
Collaboration (Integration) Award – Lambeth Integrated Personalised Support Alliance
Making a Difference Award – Christine Asbury – WCS Care
Beyond Governance Award – Michael Atkins – Vibrance
Contribution to Sector Development Award – ROC - Robert Owen Communities
Technology Award – SMaRT Messenger, Nottingham Community Housing Association
All 3rd Sector Care Awards 2016 winners and finalists are well-deserved in their recognition. The standard of nominees this year was very high, making it difficult for the judges to make their choices. All winners and finalists have been commended for making a real difference to the lives of vulnerable people in what can be a difficult operating climate.
The event has been organised by CMM and supported by The National Care Forum, The Care Provider Alliance, Learning Disability England, The Mental Health Providers Forum and The Voluntary Organisations Disability Group.
The Headline Sponsor is everyLIFE Technologies. Award sponsors are Triodos Bank, The Silver Line, The Baring Foundation, Harrison Clark Rickerbys, The St Monica Trust, Aon UK Ltd, Boots, My Home Life, Care Choices Ltd, Quality Compliance Systems and ACCTV.