Small charities and community groups around the country carry out vital work but in many cases people are not aware of their impact. Through the FSI Small Charity Big Impact Awards, small charities and community groups can highlight their work and the impact they make on a local, national and international level.
The winners of the 2018 Small Charity Impact Awards are:
- Charity with an annual turnover under £50,000 – Two Pennies Money Advice
- Charity with an annual turnover between £50,001 – £150,000 – The Listening Place
- Charity with an annual turnover between £150,001 – £250,000 – The Children’s Sleep Charity
- Charity with an annual turnover between £250,001 – £500,000 – Sue Lambert Trust
- Charity with an annual turnover between £500,001 – £1.5million – Teach A Man To Fish.
You can view the 2018 winners’ videos and read our Impact Book detailing the amazing impact that these charities have here.
We will be holding an Awards Ceremony in July to celebrate the hard work of the award winners.
2017 Awards: A Night to Remember
“What an astonishing evening, the winners were so creative and we were blown away by the videos that demonstrated the value and importance of their work. We wanted to mark the 10th Birthday of the FSI by honoring small charities and community groups for the impact they have in communities here in the UK and across the globe and myself and the trustees had the opportunity to spend an evening celebrating their work in the company of some very inspirational small charities”. Emma Harrison CBE, Chairman of the FSI
“When deciding how to celebrate our impact we couldn’t think of anything more relevant than to raise the awareness of the impact of small charities and community groups and so the FSI Small Charity Big Impact Awards were created. At the awards ceremony hosted by the Worshipful Company of Leathersellers the innovation, creativity and most importantly the impact of the work of the Award Winners shone through and we hope that winning the awards is as special to you as it is to the FSI”. Pauline Broomhead CBE, CEO FSI
Small Charity Big Impact Day 2018 is supported by: