The finalists in the Markel 3rd Sector Care Awards 2021 have been announced this week.
The Markel 3rd Sector Care Awards focus on creative arts, community engagement, innovation, quality improvements, integration, technology and governance. These categories and the entry criteria have always been based on specific strategies – from Government and the sector – and have evolved over time to maintain relevance in an ever-changing landscape.
Entries for this year’s awards demonstrated such tenacity, compassion, and innovation and the event continues to showcase how the sector has constantly adapted during such a turbulent and challenging year.
The 2021 Markel 3rd Sector Care Awards finalists are:
- Sandra Yeeles, Outlook Care.
- Gill Booth, St Luke’s Hospice.
- Karen Breakspear, Surrey Choices.
Innovation Quality Outcomes Award
- Yvette Goodman, Outlook Care.
- Phil Gibson, CVT.
- Ambient Guardian.
Community Engagement Award
- New Beginnings North East.
- The Prospects Trust.
Contribution to Sector Development Award
- Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Lancashire.
- London Homeless Welfare Team.
Creative Arts Award
- Intergenerational Music Making.
- Creative Support.
Campaigning for Change Award
- Keep Safe Team – The Grange at Bookham.
- Unfair to Care – Community Integrated Care.
- Daniel Carmel-Brown, Jewish Care.
- Anne Shiels, Surrey Choices Day Services.
- David Higham, The Well Communities CIC.
- Emma Dyer, Alive.
- Community Integrated Care.
Making a Difference Award
- Adopt a Grandparent.
- The Care Workers’ Charity.
- London Homeless Welfare Team.
Dementia Care Award
- Alive Activities.
- Alzheimer’s Home Support Service.
- Kirsty Rushforth, Making Space.
End of Life Care Award
- Jewish Care.
- OneResponse, St Luke’s Hospice.
- The Anne Robson Trust.
Collaboration Integration Award
- Wendy Burton, Making Space.
- FCHPSS – St Luke’s Hospice.
- Progress Lifeline.
Care Management Matters is thrilled to announce a new host and venue for the upcoming Markel 3rd Sector Care Awards Ceremony.
The awards will be hosted by TV and radio presenter Len Goodman. The 2021 awards will be taking place at a new venue for 2021, The Grand Hotel in Birmingham. The ceremony promises to continue to celebrate outstanding achievements in the not-for-profit care and support sector.
CMM looks forward to welcoming finalists and guests alike to The Grand Hotel in Birmingham for the first time.
The ceremony will be held on Friday 11th February 2022 from 10.30am to 4.00pm and includes a drinks reception, three-course meal and entertainment. Nominations for the awards have now closed, but ticket-purchasing options are available here. As the ceremony is planned to be a face-to-face event, CMM will be following Government guidance and working with the venue to ensure all COVID-19 guidelines are met.
You can take a look at last year’s winners and finalists to see what truly makes the Markel 3rd Sector Care Awards such a remarkable event or you can catch up on the virtual awards ceremony here. To stay up to date with the Markel 3rd Sector Care Awards 2021, don’t forget to follow CMM on Twitter: @3rdSectorCare and use the hashtag #3rdSectorCareAwards.
Visit the Markel 3rd Sector Care Awards website to stay up to date with events information and to book your ticket.
In the latest issue of CMM, Music for Dementia shares insights into how they supported people during the pandemic. Music for Dementia won the Dementia Care Awards in the 2020 Markel 3rd Sector Care Awards.