The 2022 Calderdale Community Spirit Awards, organised by Community Foundation for Calderdale will be taking place on 24 November 2022 at The Venue.
Finalists announced for the Calderdale Community Spirit Awards 2022
The finalists for the Calderdale Community Spirit Awards 2022 have been announced. Visit https://cffc.co.uk/finalists-for-the-calderdale-community-spirit-awards-2022-announced/ to see who is on the list.
We celebrate another year of amazing efforts by our local charitable organisations.
Hosted at The Venue, Bowers Mill, the Awards are on Thursday 24th November 2022, and it is sure to be a moving evening as we recognise charities and individuals who do so much for the people of Calderdale.
Whether you are a Not-for-profit organisation celebrating your achievements, someone who works with charities, or perhaps a trustee or donor, we would love for you to join us.
Tickets are £35 per person (incl VAT) and include a welcome drink, two-course meal and coffee.
Click here to book a ticket and find out more
The Community Foundation for Calderdale are proud to announce that nominations are open for the Calderdale Community Spirit Awards which will be held at The Venue, Barkisland on 24th November 2022 celebrating the Not-for-profit sector in our borough.
Categories include New Charity of the Year, Fundraising Campaign of the Year, Best Marketing Campaign, Young Community Champion, Outstanding Individual, Charity of the Year, and Lifetime Achievement. This year there is a new category for the Mandy Taylor Award.
Who do you know in the voluntary and not-for-profit sector who should be nominated? It’s quick and easy to nominate.
If you know a person or organisation who should be nominated for going above and beyond, please nominate them by 30th September 2022 at https://cffc.co.uk/calderdale-community-spirit-awards/
Congratulations to the Magpies who have swooped the Best Marketing Campaign Award at this year’s Community Spirit Awards, held on November 27th at The Venue!
While presenting the award, one the judges commented, “A sign of a brilliant rebrand is if people call the organisation by the new name, rather than the old one. Magpies have done just that. Initially set up as Pennine Magpie over 20 years ago, they recognised that the charity has evolved and their marketing needed to as well. They run an outreach service, a focus on independent living, and activities at the centre such as art, dance, music, and sports.
Read all about it at the Magpies website!
Magpies win Community Spirit Award for ‘Best Marketing Campaign’ in recognition of new brand
The Calderdale Community Spirit Awards was held at The Venue
last night and was a celebration of all that is good and great in Calderdale.
As well as celebrating the Queens Award winners, it was great to meet in person and give the recognition to all of the finalists.
The Community Foundation for Calderdale and its headline sponsors BCA Leisure have announced the finalists for the Community Spirit Awards which will take place on Thursday 25th November 2021 at The Venue Barkisland to celebrate all the amazing work volunteers, charities and community groups do to make Calderdale a better place to live.
There has been a new category for people who have gone Above and Beyond during Covid-19, and attracted two new sponsors Appleyard Lees LLP and Yorkshire Payments.
To see the finalists, visit https://cffc.co.uk/finalists-for-the-calderdale-community-spirit-awards-2021-announced/
The Calderdale Community Spirit Awards highlight local excellence within the charitable and Social Enterprise sector, recognising and celebrating their recent achievements and best practice, thus raising the profile of charity and voluntary activity in Calderdale.
There are 10 award categories, details of which you can find on the at www.halifaxcommunityspiritawards.co.uk and you can nominate an organisation at http://halifaxcommunityspiritawards.co.uk/nominate/
The deadline for applications is Friday 10 August 2018. Please try and answer all the questions as accurately as possible and keep to the word count provided. All forms of charitable organisations can apply along with organisations without a charity number that is ‘not for profit’ and provides a community benefit. Organisations can nominate themselves and be nominated.
The judging panel will meet on August 16 – and their decision is final.
The Awards Ceremony will take place on Thursday 27 September at The Venue Barkisland, presented by BBC Radio 5 Live’s Anna Foster. Tickets can be bought online at http://halifaxcommunityspiritawards.co.uk/buy-tickets/