The Centre for Social Justice Awards are an annual opportunity to showcase some of the valuable work going on in local charities and voluntary organisations. Each winner receives a prize of £10,000 and a fantastic opportunity to showcase their project at an the awards ceremony in London.
The 2018 categories are:
Social Resilience - awarded to an outstanding, innovative and effective organisation dedicated to forming social resilience in individuals affected by either addiction, serious personal debt, or both
Responsible Business - aimed at finding the most innovative and outstanding CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) programme run by a small or medium sized business
Education, employment and skill - awarded to an outstanding, innovative and effective organisation dedicated to helping children and young people facing educational failure.
Family - awarded to an outstanding, innovative and effective organisation dedicated to helping families suffering from breakdown and the impact of dysfunctional relationships by providing the advice and support to rebuild the broken relationships and helping them to create a stable and supportive environment for both children and parents to thrive.
Social Enterprise - aimed at an outstanding, innovative and effective social enterprise dedicated to helping the most disadvantaged in society to improve their lives, become independent and realise their full potential across the one or more of the CSJ’s five poverty fighting pathways of Educational Failure, Family Breakdown, Addiction, Serious Personal Debt, and Worklessness.
Applications can be submitted until 5pm on Friday 13th October. For more information, visit the website: http://www.centreforsocialjustice.org.uk/awards