Charity

Since 2011, Recruiter has designated a Charity of the Year to receive publicity and proceeds from fund-raising activities at Recruiter Awards.

WHICH CHARITY SHOULD BECOME RECRUITER’S CHARITY OF THE YEAR 2019?

If the purpose of your favourite charity is to put people back into work, nominate it as Recruiter’s Charity of the Year.

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 Papworth Trust, Fife Employment Access Trust (FEAT)Dame Kelly Holmes TrustHalcyon Training FoundationSoldier On!,  Aspire Oxfordshire and ASTRiiD our current charity,  benefit from recruiters’ generosity through Recruiter Awards and Recruiter Investing in Talent Awards.

Use the form below 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
-Mission statement
-Case study
-Charity registration number
-Annual budget
-Percentage of budget made up of overhead costs
-Current funding sources
-Number of staff
-Names of patrons
-Year established
-Salary of most senior level employee

Nominate your charity of the year.

With a staggering 40% of the public vote,  ASTRiiD were announced as Recruiter’s Charity of the Year 2018. The Charity of the year benefits from activities and donations from Recruiter Awards 2018. Nominations for the 2019 Recruiter charity of the year will open in December 2018.

ABOUT ASTRiiD (Avaliable Skills for Training, Refreshing, Improvement, Innovation and Development)

Ground-breaking UK charity, ASTRiiD connects people fighting long-term health conditions with ambitious businesses seeking skilled volunteers or staff.

The charity was founded by David Shutts OBE – a former Royal Navy Commander, VP at a global maritime logistics organisation and all-round high-achiever, until a Stage 4 advanced cancer diagnosis transformed him from feeling ‘valuable’ to ‘valueless’. As his health stabilised, David realised as someone with unique experiences, broad talents and a hunger to enjoy the benefits only work can bring, he wasn’t alone. Coupled with an understanding of the UK skills crisis, David saw an opportunity for business leaders to tap into the community he calls the ‘Invisible Talent Pool – millions of skilled individuals who are eager to work but due to illness, have dipped under the employment radar.

By helping these people find meaningful, flexible work with businesses open to new ways of attracting the talent needed to succeed, ASTRiiD aims to make the invisible visible.

For more information: www.astriid.org.uk / Twitter: @Astriid_No1

To hear  David Shutts OBE, Founder and Director from ASTRiiD talk about their charity please click here.