Help for Heroes scoops 'Most Admired Charity' award
Help for Heroes (H4H) – which raises money for wounded service men and women – has been named ‘Britain’s Most Admired Charity’ by Third Sector.
Juliet Lyon of the Prison Reform Trust was named as Britain’s ‘Most Admired Chief Executive’.
Chance UK – which provides mentoring programmes for children aged 5-11 years with behavioural difficulties – scooped the Most Innovative Charity. While author Sir Terry Pratchett was crowned Celebrity Charity Champion.
The awards were held at Barclay’s HQ in Canary Wharf, London. Third Sector is a publication geared to all those who work in the voluntary and not-for-profit sector. You can read a full report of the awards on the Third Sector website.