#IoFAwards

THE WINNERS SHOWCASE


Best Fundraising Newcomer - Beth Baldwin, Diabetes UK

Following her son Peter’s tragic passing, Beth Baldwin was inspired to raise not only funds for Diabetes UK, but also raise vital awareness of diabetes, saving lives in the process. See her touching response to winning Best Volunteer Fundraiser at the National Fundraising Awards 2018.

 


Best Legacy Campaign - Centrepoint, 'My Dreams' campaign

Homeless people have the same dreams as anyone else... with that message, Centrepoint inspired millions of pounds in legacy pledges.

Centrepoint won Best Legacy Campaign at the National Fundraising Awards 2018

 


Best Use of Digital - Hope and Homes for Children, 'End The Silence' campaign

“What is the song that holds the most precious memory of your childhood?”

Hope and Hopes for Children's 'End The Silence' campaign’s objective was to raise awareness and money for children in orphanages who grow up in silence and neglect, without love, family or music.

This was realised through an innovative digital platform for both famous artists and the public to share music that holds the most precious memories from their childhood.

 


Most Committed Company to the Sector - Rapidata

"While receiving this particular award is a wonderful achievement and something we are hugely proud of, what really matters is why we are deemed worthy of it." Scott Gray, CEO of Rapidata

Rapidata were awarded Most Committed Company to the Sector at the 2018 National Fundraising Awards

 


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