You could be joining the rest of our fundraising finalists who’ll be up for public vote between August 3rd and September 11th. Get the most votes, and we’ll be handing over a trophy to you and your team at our ceremony at the Roundhouse in London this October. Sound good? 

 
To give your charity the best chance of being shortlisted, here’s our top tips for things to include in your nomination:

 

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InnovationWe’re interested in seeing out-of-the-box ideas that demonstrate creativity. Whether you’ve tried something radical, or had to be a bit scrappy, we want to hear about it. No idea is too small or too big. 

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Impact. We want to know what you were hoping to achieve vs the outcome. What was your target vs the amount raised? What was made possible with the money donated? 

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Digital. What JustGiving features helped you bring your campaign to life? Here’s a reminder of some of our most popular features… campaign page, fundraising page, team page, QR codes, Strava, Fitbit, Site Builder, Giving Checkout, Digital Services. 

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Supporter experience. How did you put supporters at the heart of this campaign, event or appeal? What insights helped you create the best experience?  

“So, what makes a Charity of the Year award winner? Well, we look for stand-out charities that can demonstrate examples of creativity and innovation, have made the most of digital fundraising tools on JustGiving, and given their supporters the best experience. And we want to see impact at the heart of it all."

 

Sophie Greig – Head of Brand, JustGiving 

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