Charities

SCOTTISH CHARITY AWARDS 2017

Celebrating excellence

WHAT ARE THE SCOTTISH CHARITY AWARDS?

An annual awards ceremony recognising and celebrating exceptional charities in Scotland.

This year’s awards will take place on 22 June at the EICC, Edinburgh.

If you missed entering this year and would like to put your charity's hard work in the spotlight, enter The Scottish Charity Awards 2018. Entries open early 2018.

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER

Gordon and Lucy, the Charity Champion winners from last year's awards.

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WHO’S MADE THE SPOTLIGHT FOR THIS YEAR’S AWARDS?

Congratulations to our 38 finalists who have made the shortlist:

Award category   Shortlisted charities
Charity champion

 Arthur (Ally Bally) Ballingall - Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance
 Laura Young – Teapot Trust
 Marie Short - Scottish Huntington's Association
 Anne Gurney – No Limits

Cracking campaign

 #Ijustfroze – Rape Crisis Scotland
 Big Hearts Supporters – Big Hearts Community Trust
 Gordon's Fightback – MND Scotland
 #IncludED in the Main?! – ENABLE Scotland
 Unlock Kadcyla – Breast Cancer Now

Terrific trustee  
 James Campbell – Bobath Scotland
 Prof Gordon Dickson - CHAS
 Abbie Wilson – Young Scot
 John Bullough – Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance
 Leading light

 
 Jamie Marshall – The Wave Project
 Maggie Lennon – Bridges Programmes
 Mary Mcfarlane - Aberlour
 Celine Sinclair – The Yard
 Robert MacGilivary – Save the Children
 Maggie Lawson - Badenoch & Strathspey Community Transport
 Company


Award category Shortlisted charities
Pioneering project

  Lingo Flamingo
  Waverley Care
  The Experience
  Community Resource Network Scotland
  Inclusion Scotland
  C-Change Scotland

Celebrating communities   Dunaverty Hall Committee
  Stirling Soup
  Rainbow Muslim Women's Group
  North West Recovery Communities
  Greener Kirkcaldy
Demonstrating digital  
  Paisley YMCA
  Drake Music Scotland
  Parkinson's UK
  Carr Gomm
Charity of the year

 
  Who Cares? Scotland
  Hope Kitchen
  The Yard
  Street Soccer Scotland

Did your charity make the shortlist? We are pleased to nominate you for a chance to win our sponsored People’s Choice Award.

THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD

The judges have chosen their finalists, but now we want to hear from you – the people.

You can make your voice heard by voting for your favourite charity to win the exclusive People’s Choice Award – proudly sponsored by CAF.

All you have to do is visit www.scvo.org.uk/vote, find your chosen charity and vote. The charity with the most votes will be crowned winner of the People’s Choice award.

But hurry, voting closes at 5pm on Friday 26 May, 2017.

Scottish Charity Awards 2017

YOUR VOTE COUNTS

Who do you think should win the People's Choice Award?

Vote now