Which charity should become Recruiter’s Charity of the Year 2018?
If the purpose of your favourite charity is to put people back into work, nominate it as Recruiter’s Charity of the Year by 17 February 2018.
We will post a list of the most relevant nominated charities and invite our readers to vote for the most deserving to receive publicity and proceeds from charity fund-raising activities at the gala Awards ceremony.
Past years have seen Fife Employment Access Trust (FEAT), Dame Kelly Holmes Trust, Halcyon Training Foundation, Soldier On!, Aspire Oxfordshire and our current charity, Papworth Trust benefit from recruiters’ generosity through Recruiter Awards and Recruiter Investing in Talent Awards.
Click here to nominate today.
To qualify for consideration, a charity must focus on putting people into work, reflecting the recruitment industry and profession’s reason for being. It must also be a UK-registered charity.
Submissions will need to contain the following information:
-Synopsis of the charity’s work to date
-Charity registration number
-Percentage of budget made up of overhead costs
-Current funding sources
-Number of staff
-Names of patrons
-Salary of most senior level employee
RECRUITER’S CHARITY OF THE YEAR 2017
Papworth Trust received the most votes in a poll on recruiter.co.uk and will benefit from activities and donations from Recruiter Awards 2017, supported by Flexr.
ABOUT PAPWORTH TRUST
For 100 years, we have been supporting disabled people get the care, work and housing they need.
Starting as a tuberculosis colony in the picturesque Cambridgeshire village of Papworth Everard, our founder and social pioneer Sir Pendrill Varrier Jones provided treatment and appropriate work and housing to ensure they lived with greater control and independence over their lives.
These remain the cornerstones of Papworth Trust today. We support thousands of disabled people across the East of England, working with them to find the right care, work and housing and enrich their lives as much as possible.
Our mission statement is ‘I Can’ – we always see disabled people for what they can do.
We are very proud of our history. Be part of our future.