Award for Best Charity or Social Enterprise

Sponsor: St Mary’s University, Twickenham

St Mary’s University, Twickenham, was founded with Catholic Ethos in 1850. It offers teacher training programmes as well as other undergraduate, postgraduate degrees and PGCE courses, at the campus in South West London.

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Entry Guidelines:

To enter for the Best Charity or Social Enterprise award your organisation must be a not for profit organisation such as a charity, voluntary or community group or social enterprise in Richmond upon Thames or do work in Richmond. When completing the entry forms please use metrics for example proportion of turnover, %, numbers in your evidence – this will assist in the judging. All sizes of charities and social enterprises are invited to enter and all will be judged according to their size. If you do not have all the answers you could still win – our independent judges will judge you fairly. The number of characters allowed per question indicates the maximum – by no means do you have to use all of these to answer the questions fully. Any additional questions about entering any of the categories please contact ceo@richmondchamberofcommerce.co.uk

Entry Form for Category: Best Charity or Social Enterprise

Your Name

Your Job Title

Your Email

Your Phone Number (mobile and/or landline)

Name of charity or organisation

1. Are you a not for profit organisation such as a charity, voluntary or community group or social enterprise - Yes/ No 20 words

2. How much work does your organisation do work in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames? Please detail? Up to 50 words

3. How does your organisation make a difference to people living, working or studying in the borough, to the borough’s environment, or otherwise address local needs? Up to 100 words

4. Describe a project or piece of work that has made a significant difference and had a significant impact since April 2014. This positive impact could be to your service users, staff/trustees, volunteers, stakeholders or your supporters/donors. Use metrics/evidence wherever possible. Up to 500 words

5. What the initial project challenge or aim? Up to 100 words

6. What had you intended to achieve? Up to 100 words

7. What was innovative about your approach? Up to 100 words

8. What was the impact and success you’ve seen as a result so far? Up to 500 words

Please upload your company logo and any other documents relevant to your entry here (max. 2Mb)