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Shortlisted for 3 Charity Times Awards!

Community Integrated Care is proud to have been shortlisted for three accolades at the highly respected Charity Times Awards, including the prestigious Charity of the Year title.

Community Integrated Care are shortlisted for 3 Charity Times Awards!

Charity Times is the leading magazine for UK not-for-profit organisations. 2022 sees their annual awards event returning for its 23rd year, taking place later this year in London, on Wednesday 14th September.

The awards recognise and celebrate best practice from charity’s across the UK, honouring outstanding professionals and raising the profile of the sector. At the event, Community Integrated Care is up against a number of other high-profile names including Alzheimer’s Society, Prince’s Trust and Blood Cancer UK.

This year, our charity has been shortlisted for three of the highly coveted accolades:

  • Charity of the Year – Community Integrated Care have been shortlisted for the stand-out award of the evening – Charity of the Year! This recognises the incredible work that our organisation has carried out over the past 12 months in campaigning for the sector, supporting our colleagues, and ensuring the best lives possible for the people we support.
  • Charity Leader of the Year – Mark Adams, CEO of Community Integrated Care, has been shortlisted for Charity Leader of the Year, acknowledging his efforts in campaigning for change across the social care sector over the past 12 months, as well as driving forward life-changing partnerships and innovations throughout the charity.
  • Best Use of Technology – Our innovative accessible activity platform, www.What-To-Do.co.uk has been shortlisted for Best Use of Technology. Recognising how the platform has harnessed the power of technology to change lives at scale and establish inclusive communities across the UK.

Mark Adams, said, “To be nominated for three Charity Times Awards is a fantastic achievement. I’m really proud of our colleagues and all they have achieved over the past 12 months, from innovating in our services to establishing incredible partnerships and life-changing opportunities for the people we support. To have been recognised once again amongst the shortlist for Charity of the Year is a testament to their dedication and the continuing efforts to provide the best lives possible for people with care and support needs.”

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