Annual Catholic Charity Conference 2021
You are invited to the Annual Catholic Charity Conference Virtual Awards Ceremony – Wednesday 5th May 2021
Sadly, due to continuing Covid-19 restrictions the Annual Catholic Charity Conference we all look forward to will not go ahead for the second year in a row.
Like you, during that time UK charities have been working harder than ever to help those in our communities who need their support, guidance and care more than ever.
We know just how much you look forward to the conference – we do too and can’t wait until we can safely come together again.
Until then, we’d love you to tell us about the charities that you feel have gone the extra mile over the past year in pursuit of Catholic-inspired mission work and to vote in a very special live virtual awards ceremony to say ‘thank you’ on May 5th.
Nominate any registered UK charity by Friday 23 April that you feel deserves to win a £3,000 prize for awards in the following categories:
Most innovative response to the pandemic
People’s Choice Award for the best community outreach programme/activity
Register to attend the virtual awards ceremony at 2pm on 5 May for the announcement of shortlisted nominees and winners considered by a panel of experts from Stone King and haysmacintyre for the Digital Transformation and Most Innovative Response categories.
You decide - cast your vote for the People’s Choice award winner in a live poll at the ceremony.
How to Nominate
Please contact email@example.com or call 020 7324 1738. Nominations close on Friday 23 April.
We hope you can join us for an event that we hope will be full of celebration and inspiring in stories. To secure your place to attend the virtual awards ceremony click on the book now button below.
We look forward to being able to host a fuller Catholic Charity Conference as soon as that looks practicable: watch this space.
What is the Catholic Charity Conference?
In 1990, four firms of professional advisors came together to establish a conference to address from the perspective of their separate fields, the problems and issues faced by a number of their mutual clients, including Catholic dioceses and religious orders.