The shortlist for the annual Charity Times Awards has highlighted the important work of the hospice and palliative care sectors.
St Helena Hospice in Essex has been nominated in the Campaigning Team of the Year category, ellenor in Kent is shortlisted for the HR Management Award, and Liz Searle, chief executive at Keech Hospice in Luton, is in the running for Rising CEO Star.
Hospice UK and Together for Short Lives have been nominated for the Corporate National Partnership Champion award for the St. James's Place Charitable Foundation.
The Charity Times Awards celebrate excellence across almost 30 different categories in areas fundraising, communications, campaigning and use of technology.
Last year winners included St John’s Hospice in Lancashire for Change Project of the Year, St Joseph’s Hospice in east London for Community Award, and Marie Curie and Yorkshire Building Society who won the award for Corporate National Partnership of the Year with a Retailer.
The winners of the 19th edition will be announced on October 3 at the Park Plaza Hotel in London.
For more information visit the Charity Times website.