Showcasing and giving support to exceptional charities and individuals in the sector, The Asian Voice Charity Awards recognise and reward organisations doing great work in the UK and internationally.
Co-organised by Indian diaspora newspaper Asian Voice and charity due diligence firm Charity Clarity, the awards “are for rewarding organisations for progress towards their dreams, regardless of whether they are small or big.” Winners receive a huge package of support worth up to £20,000 including training, marketing and fundraising opportunities, and a rating on Charity Clarity’s assessment platform.
Actor Nitin Ganatra and Lord Loomba of The Loomba Foundation presented the award for the Most Enterprising Charity to Medical Aid Films on the night.
Our CEO, Catherine McCarthy was thrilled with the award, saying:
We are hugely honoured and proud to have won the award for Most Enterprising Charity at the Asian Voice Charity Awards. The award is recognition for the hard work and dedication of all the staff, our partners, Trustees and Patrons, and everyone who supports us in so many ways. As a small organisation, we need to be very efficient and resourceful, so that we can maximise the impact of our work and ensure that we are making a difference. I am delighted that our hard work and achievements have been recognised in this way.
The team are delighted to have won, and Chair of Trustees, Aude Thibaut de Maisieres said it was “wonderful to have team’s nimble and creative leadership publicly recognised in this way”.
Patron Nayan Patel, visited the office to congratulate staff, noting it was “a tremendous achievement and a fabulous acknowledgement of all the hard work of our talented team.”
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