Compact Awards 2014: Shortlist announced

compact awards logoCompact Voice is pleased to announce the shortlist for this year's Compact Awards.

The Awards celebrate excellence in partnership working between the voluntary sector and the public sector.

This year, we received over 50 nominations. All of the shortlisted nominations demonstrate real, replicable examples of where partnerships across sectors are delivering tangible benefits for communities.

This year’s nominations display an impressively broad range of partnerships: including private sector organisations, small community groups, large national charities, central government departments and local commissioning bodies, to name just a few. 

A booklet showcasing all of the shortlisted nominations is available to download below. The winners will be announced at a ceremony in London on Wednesday 5th November, and will be posted online shortly afterwards.

Shortlist:

Advancing Equality Award

  • Merton Community Health Champions programme
  • Bristol BME Voice
  • JobCentre Plus Harlesden
  • Sova Support Link and 'The Bridge Project'
  • Sunderland Partnership Equality Code of Practice Working Group

Engagement Award

  • Voluntary Norfolk - Voluntary Sector Engagement Project
  • Children England and the TUC
  • Transforming Families in Merton (Community Development)
  • JobCentre Plus Woolwich
  • Daffodil Advocacy Project
  • The Marches Social Inclusion Mini Group
  • Department for Communities and Local Government - Community Rights and Neighbourhood Planning Divisions
  • Newcastle Voluntary Sector Liaison Group 
  • HMRC - Needs Extra Help Service

Impact Award

  • Brighton and Hove City Council - Third Sector, Communities and Equalities Team
  • Merton Adult Education and St Mark’s Family Centre
  • JobCentre Plus Lewisham
  • Home Office, Clinks and Social Firms UK
  • Voscur and Bristol Compact
  • Sutton Compact Group

Innovation Award

  • Bristol Clinical Commissioning Group
  • Work Redbridge and Volunteer Centre Redbridge
  • Redbridge First Response Service
  • Newcastle Open Doors Consortium 
  • Sutton Compact Group
  • Voluntary Action Leeds and the West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner
  • Watford and Three Rivers Trust

Leadership Award

  • Lola Barrett - Chair of Merton Voluntary Service Council
  • Mark Hubbard - Bristol Compact Liaison Officer
  • Department for Work and Pensions Compact team

Local Compact Partnership Award

  • Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner
  • Essex Compact Steering Group
  • Newcastle Voluntary Sector Liaison Group
  • Peterborough Plus VCSE Partnership
  • Quaker Social Action – Futureproof
  • Surrey County Council and Surrey Compact
  • St. Albans Museum and Galleries Trust
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