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Hall of fame 2015

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Pro Bono Company of the Year
WINNER: Dentsu Aegis Network
“Clear identification of high impact pro bono work with benefits to staff engagement and motivation.”


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Commitment to the Environment Award
WINNER: Time Inc. UK
“A particularly impressive level of detailed thinking and refusal to rest on their laurels.”


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Transparent Reporting of the Year
WINNER: KYOCERA Document Solutions UK with Responsible 100
“No matter how much work you do internally, to invite others to ask you any questions they want and then to answer them all in the full glare of public scrutiny is brave. The winner has taken bold steps worth applauding.”


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Technology Provider of the Year - Tech Services
WINNER: Eduserv
“Effectively providing the vital service of enabling charities to make the most of technology.”


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Communications Agency of the Year
WINNER: Impact PR & Marketing
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Livity
“A campaign raising public awareness of the need to alleviate loneliness in older people, and recruiting volunteers for their client.”


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Consultancy of the Year
WINNER: Tarnside Consulting
“Displaying very impressive support for heritage and cultural projects.”


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Ethical Investment Fund of the Year (Consumer)
WINNER: Columbia Threadneedle Investments
“A fund that addresses the funding gap for social organisations in the UK, supporting socially beneficial activities in the UK while also offering liquidity and a good return.”


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Ethical Investment Fund of the Year (Corporate)
WINNER: CCLA Investment Management
“An impressive activist approach and focus on criteria like the living wage and labour treatment, while delivering the excellent performance and focus on income so critical for charities.”


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Best Scheme to Encourage Staff Fundraising
WINNER: Greggs
“Enthusiasm and commitment from a wide range of staff.”


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Ethical Business Award
WINNER: People Tree
“A unique approach demonstrating a strong commitment to ethical conduct right across the supply chain.”


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Accountancy Company of the Year
WINNER: Sayer Vincent
“The training, the advice, the softer help around governance - these are all invaluable value-adds for charities, which are often so cost constrained and resource limited.”


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Outsourcing Partnership of the Year
WINNER: Rapidata Services
“A partnership approach demonstrating high quality and high impact outsourcing.”


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Technology Provider of the Year- Web Services
WINNER: JustGiving
“A commitment to continuing innovation, and achieving genuine impact at scale.”


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Bank of the Year
WINNER: Charity Bank
“An excellent expression of social banking with high impact.”


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Insurance Company of the Year
WINNER: Ansvar Insurance
“Clear evidence of innovation in a strong entry.”


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Asset Manager of the Year
WINNER: Schroders & Cazenove
“An embedded approach to ethical investing and active engagement with companies to improve policy and practice on a range of environmental, social and governance issues.”


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Payments Organisation of the Year
WINNER: Rapidata Services/SPANA
“A high quality, high impact service, clearly valued by the client.”


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Commitment to Local Community Award - National Company
WINNER: UBS
“Focussed and high impact interventions in areas of great deprivation.”


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Commitment to Local Community Award - Local/Regional Company
WINNER: Newcastle Building Society
“Focussed and high impact work.”

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