A great night at the Charity Times Awards

Nordoff Robbins Charity Times Awards

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Thu, 29/9/2016

Following on from yesterday’s Charity Times Awards 2016, we at Nordoff Robbins are proud to have been nominated for the Charity of the Year Award (£1 million - £10 million).

The Awards, which took place at the Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge in London, are the pre-eminent celebration of best practice in the UK charity and not-for-profit sector, and yesterday marked the 17th year of the awards which are run by Charity Times Magazine - the leading title for UK non-profit professionals.

The awards are a crucial fixture in the charity sector event calendar and each year their objectives are:

  • To honour the outstanding professionals in the many and varied fields of charity management
  • To recognise, celebrate, and promote best practice
  • To support continuing professional development
  • Contribute towards raising the standards of charity management
  • To promote and raise the profile of the charity sector
  • To provide recognition for those who are providing effective support to the sector.

So we are Nordoff Robbins are very proud and honoured to have been part of an event which recognises and supports these important areas of focus.

We would like to take the opportunity to congratulate Bowel Cancer UK for picking the award in our category and all the winners from the night including the other shortlisted charities in our category; Bowel Cancer UK, Family Lives, Greenhouse Sports, Jamie's Farm, Money Advice Trust, SignHealth and The Silver Line. All of these organisations do wonderful work and are all deserving of accolade.

“We are absolutely thrilled to be have been shortlisted for the Charity of the Year at this year’s Charity Times Awards. It is such a prestigious event and category, and we are so honoured that our vital work has been recognised in this way. We at Nordoff Robbins have been working hard to change lives through music for over 40 years, and are now focused on growing our services to reach even more people; award wins/events like this all play their part in helping us grow awareness and achieve those ambitious objectives. We extend a big congratulations to all the winners and shortlisted charities – they all do sterling work which is worthy of praise, and we thank the Charity Times Awards once again!”

Nordoff Robbins CEO Julie Whelan