Finalists announced for 2017 3rd Sector Care Awards

October 20, 2017

The finalists have been announced for the 2017 3rd Sector Care Awards.

Once again, the quality of nominees has been outstanding, and the judges are likely to have a hard time choosing winners.

Dame Esther Rantzen will reveal the winner of each category at the 2017 3rd Sector Care Awards ceremony, held in Central London on 6th December.

The finalists in each category are:

Compassion Award

Lisa Livingstone and the staff team at Darlington Road, Real Life Options
Pav Hughes, Outlook Care
Castle Supported Living

Innovative Quality Outcomes Award

Tree Tops Unit, Belmont View Care Home
Aspire, Community Links
Safe Families for Children

Creative Arts Award

Milestones Trust
Silver Birches (Accord Housing Association)
Creative Arts (Autism Together)

Community Engagement Award

Alzheimer's Support
Community Links
Safe Families for Children

Citizenship Award

Volunteer Reviewers, Camphill Village Trust
Castle Supported Living

Leadership Award

Colin Lee, Royal Air Force Association
Caroline Betts, St Raphael's Hospice
Jessica Sherratt, Felix House - Milestones Trust

End of Life Care Award

The Beeches Team, St Monica's Trust
Hospice at Home Team, Treetops Hospice Care
Chaplaincy Team, MHA

Collaboration (Integration) Award

Second Step
Community Links
Carers Trust

Making a Difference Award

James Rule, Widnes Vikings Charity Foundation
Maria Ball, Quantum Care Ltd
Susan Moore, Hunts Community Cancer Network (HCCN)

Beyond Governance Award

Neil Allen, Making Space
Anne Fowie, Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice
Melba Wilson, Advance

Contribution to Sector Development Award

PHB Pilot Project, Treetops Hospice Care
Anna Filsel, West Bay Housing Association Ltd
Widnes Vikings Charity Foundation

Technology Award

Choice Support
Quantum Care
WCS Care

The 2017 3rd Sector Care Awards are hosted by CMM and supported by National Care Forum, Learning Disability England, The Care Provider Alliance, Association of Mental Health Providers and Voluntary Organisations Disability Group.

The event is sponsored by Markel, ACCTV, Boots, The Baring Foundation, Triodos Bank and Person Centred Software.

Tickets and tables are still available for the Central London Awards Ceremony - book online today.

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