first_img Melanie May | 28 April 2020 | News Voluntary Fundraiser of the Year: Fundraising Team – Pride in London; Jamie McDonald – Superhero Foundation; Joan Webb – RNLI; Rachel Clark – We Hear You; & Sarah Parish & Jim Murray – The Murray Parish TrustYoung Fundraiser of the Year: Daisy Pearson; Eli-Jo House; Humphrey Hamilton Barnes; Ibrahim Yousaf; & Josh WalkerFundraiser of the Year: Andy Watts – Sue Ryder; Antonia Brownlee – Scottish Ballet; Dean Anderson – ActionAid; Eddie Taylor – Alive & Kicking; & Sally Bramall – The Brain Tumour CharityRising Star: Becka Storer – Sue Ryder; Calum Coker – Action Against Hunger; Helen Lam – CLIC Sargent; Naomi Tomlinson – Suzy Lamplugh Trust; & Sasha Mathias – Maggie’s Fundraising campaign categories:  575 total views,  2 views today The shortlist for the National Fundraising Awards has been announced, comprising fundraisers, campaigns and organisations that have gone above and beyond over the past year.The National Fundraising Awards are now in their 30th year, and recognise and reward fundraising excellence and best practice in the voluntary sector. Fundraising organisation categories: Tagged with: Awards Institute of Fundraising The #ChangeCollective Award: Charity Well; Cultural Solutions; & Youth Sport TrustThe Social Purpose Award: IKEA; Patron Capital; & The EntertainerCharity-Business Partnership of the Year: Age UK & Cadbury; CLIC Sargent & Morrisons; Royal British Legion Industries & Barratt Developments; Make a Wish, Tommy’s, Whizz-Kidz and Poundland; & World Bicycle Relief and citizenM HotelsMost Committed Company of the Year: Amber Consulting; Local Hospice Lottery Ltd; Open Creates; People’s Postcode Lottery; & Platypus Digitalcenter_img Fundraisers, campaigns & organisations shortlisted for National Fundraising Awards AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Individual fundraiser categories: Best Supporter Experience: Battersea – Battersea Legacy Stewardship Events; Breast Cancer Now – Wear it Pink; British Red Cross – Online Regular Givers Journey Redesign; The Lowry Centre Trust – The Lowry’s Regular Giving Programme; & Vision Foundation – Team Vision does the London MarathonIndividual Giving Campaign of the Year: Age UK – NOSHNOTT; RNLI – Perfect Storm; St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice – The Forget Me Not Appeal; The Myton Hospices – The Butterfly Effect; & WWF-UK – Black Friday PandamoniumLegacy Campaign of the Year: Alzheimer’s Research UK – October Gifts in Wills Awareness Month; Independent Age – Legacy; Macmillan Cancer Support – Macmillan Free Will Service (FWS); Mental Health Foundation – Recruiting Legacy Pledges for Mental Health; & The RAF Benevolent Fund Thumbs Up Legacy CampaignFundraising Campaign of the Year: Concern Worldwide (UK) – Ration Challenge; Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity, Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity and The ARCHIE Foundation – Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail; Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice – Building The Ark campaign; The Myton Hospices – The Butterfly Effect; & YoungMinds – #HelloYellowRegional Campaign of the Year: Caring in Bristol – Make Homelessness History in Bristol; Colchester Mercury Theatre – Make Our May!; Corn Exchange (Newbury) Trust – Save Your Corn Exchange; Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust – Go Wild Gorillas; & Thames Hospice – Raise the RoofFundraising Event of the Year: Cancer Research UK – Pretty Muddy Kids; Greenpeace UK – Major Gifts: Protect the Oceans; Shelter – Sleep Walk for Shelter; Stand by Me – February on the Floor; & Tommy’s – The Tommy’s SplashathonInnovation in Fundraising: Action For Children – Secret Santa Pop-up; RNLI – Launch a Memory Campaign; Sue Ryder – Lottery Retail Campaign; & UNICEF UK – Paddington’s Postcards​The awards ceremony was due to take place during this year’s Fundraising Convention. The Convention will now take place online due to coronavirus, the Institute of Fundraising announced earlier this month, with more details to be announced in due course.  576 total views,  3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via