2024 JustGiving Award Categories

Sound like someone you know? Nominate them for a JustGiving Awards!

Young fundraiser

For young trailblazers (under 13), proving that size isn’t everything when it comes to impact.  
Last year’s winner, Harry, raised over £11,000 for The Brain Tumour Charity, in memory of his sister, Emily. 

Teen fundraiser

for incredible young people (13-19) going above and beyond to leave their mark on the world.

Just like Gabriel – a 13-year-old carpenter whose ‘Bowl for Ukraine’ prize draw caught the attention of celebrities such as Stephen Fry and Sophie Ellis-Bextor. 

Outstanding commitment

For people who’ve dedicated themselves to a cause beyond one single challenge.  
Previous winners have campaigned for better mental health support in memory of loved ones, and taken to the streets every day, come rain or shine, to collect donations for Macmillan Cancer Support. 

Team fundraiser

For people who’ve teamed up to maximise their fundraising impact.  
Previous winners, the Three Dads Walking came straight to the JustGiving Awards ceremony after completing a 600-mile trek in memory of their daughters, to raise awareness for suicide prevention.  

Celebrity Fundraiser

For famous fundraisers using their platform to shine a light on the vital work charities do.  
Previous winners include Bill Bailey and Kevin Sinfield. 

Creative Fundraiser

For the people who aren’t afraid to think outside of the box when it comes to fundraising.  
Past winners have built their own boats, raised thousands by drawing pet portraits, and cycled hundreds of miles on a child’s bicycle.

Endurance Fundraiser

For people who’ve pushed themselves to the extreme in the name of a good cause. 
Previous winners have run a marathon every single day for a year, climbed 282 Scottish mountains and cycled the length of the UK.


Voting opens 1st July 2024

Mark your calendar: the finalists will be announced and voting will open on 1st July.


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