The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity shortlisted for a national charity award
The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity has been shortlisted for the UK-wide Charity Today Awards 2019, it was recently announced. The charity is in the running for the Volunteering category. The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumor Charity is one of just four charities from across the entire UK to have made the category’s final shortlist.
The Charity Today Awards gives charities the chance to tell their success stories to both national and regional audiences, regardless of their size, through the UK’s most prestigious and diligent charity awards programme.
The Charity Today Awards celebrate and reward true excellence within the sector, awarding the work done by charities and individuals who continue to raise the bar by setting new standards each year.
UK Charity Week founder Lee Rayment, who heads the judges for the Charity Today Awards, said:
“We want to congratulate all of our finalists, and in particular those who unfortunately did not make the next stage of the process. It was incredibly difficult to narrow so many quality nominations down, but we took our time to carry out our due diligence on every single application and we’re satisfied that we have the strongest finals possible. This is set to be a very inspirational and humbling evening”
Dawn Fidler Charity Founder and Mum said:
“Being nominated is such a very great honour in itself but winning this award would mean the world to me and our team. Importantly it would be an accolade to recognise the hard work of our fabulous team of volunteers, charity trustees and Patrons.
Winning this award would be simply amazing, it would help raise greater awareness of the work we do to support our families who are suffering the most unimaginable traumas. By achieving a greater awareness we can gather greater support and help more families in need.”
You can follow the awards on Twitter via @CharityAwards or by using the hashtag #charitytodayawards. Winners will be announced at a celebratory event on Saturday 7th September at the Key Theatre, Peterborough.