Markel 3rd Sector Care Awards finalists 2018

October 26, 2018

The Markel 3rd Sector Care Awards finalists have been announced this week, with a selection of nominees from a range of voluntary sector care providers.

With nominations closed and Judging Day right around the corner, we can take some time to appreciate the fantastic quality of nominees this year and the outstanding work they are delivering within the not-for-profit sector.

Recognising achievements in a range of settings, the Markel 3rd Sector Care Awards uncovers the person, care provider or community group that is going above and beyond on a daily basis.

CMM is delighted to announce the Markel 3rd Sector Care Awards finalists as below:

Leading Change Adding Value Award for Compassion

Irene Jervis, Making Space
Belong Villages
Honor Simpson, Making Space

Innovative Quality Outcomes Award

Safe Families for Children
Nos Da Kernow Partnership, Homeless Prevention Project, Coastline Housing
Barbara Tait, Belong

Creative Arts Award

Creating Ageing – Penny Allen, Courtyard Centre for the Arts
The Grange – Claire Beasley
New Beginnings North East, Creative Arts North East Ltd

Community Engagement Award

Natalie Ravenscroft, Belong
Samantha Agnew, Brendoncare
Halas Homes

Citizenship Award

Community Integrated Care – Promoting Our Voting, Community Integrated Care
Ben Whelan, Volunteer, Making Space
Community Integrated Care – Vocational Support, Community Integrated Care

Leadership Award

Leanne Hignett, Advocacy Focus
Shirley Campbell, Royal Alfred Seafarers’ Society
Carol Mayers, Brendoncare

End of Life Care Award

Hospsicare@Home team – Ann Rhys, Hospiscare
Community Integrated Care – EachStep Blackburn
NorseCare – Lloyd Court

Collaboration (Integration) Award

Safe Families for Children
Saints4 Sport
Spice Time Credits

Making a Difference Award

Anne Taylor, Thorngate Churcher
David Williams, St Monica Trust 
Val Hewison, Carers Leeds

Beyond Governance Award

Sue Roberts, Coastline Housing
Captain Glass, The Royal Alfred Seafarers’ Society

Contribution to Sector Development Award

Countrymen UK at Future Roots 
tide (Together In Dementia Everyday)
The Soil Association – Food for Life – Better Care

Technology Award

Connect Well, Community Links
Community Integrated Care – Invisible Flock
Hub of Hope, Chasing the Stigma

Hosted by Dame Esther Rantzen and her daughter, Rebecca Wilcox, this year’s ceremony will take place on Friday 7th December at the London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square. As well as announcing the well-deserved winners, there will be a three-course lunch and entertainment to capture the spirit of the day.

Nominations may be closed but there is still time for you to be part of the Markel 3rd Sector Care Awards. Show your support for the sector by booking your ticket and networking with the people who are shaping it for the future.

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