After another successful awards ceremony, we've announced our winners for 2018 after a rigorous voting and judging process. Thank you to all who nominated and voted, we're proud to support all of these amazing causes. Check out this year's winners below.

Building The Ark

Greater London

Won £45,000.00

The Horticultural and Sensory Garden at ‘The Ark’, what will be the only children’s hospice building in North and Central London, will enable seriously unwell children to access an inspiring space for relaxation and adventure. It will help them to live as children, not just patients.

There are 31 Community Project awards

Essex Search and Rescue storage


Won £1,000.00

As the team has no premises the only storage the team have are 2 recently donated containers and a trailer to store equipment in. The containers require fitting out with racking, ventilation, portable generator and some internal lights.

Garnock Valley Men’s Shed

North Ayrshire

Won £4,000.00

To covert an old council maintenance depot into a Men's Shed to serve the population of the Garnock Valley, i.e. Kilbirnie, Beith and Dalry. Thus providing a place where men can socialise and work on projects or hobbies. A place where men can get together which is neither a pub or a bookies.

The Therapy Garden


Won £4,000.00

The Therapy Garden which is a horticulture and education charity supporting those with mental health challenges, physical disabilities and learning difficulties, is looking for support with materials to develop its new land and garden redesign, including much needed raised beds.

Great Tower Scout Association – New Roof for the Bield


Won £5,000.00

The Bield is our only indoor activity space for groups to eat, learn and have fun. It requires a new roof and we would like it to be a Green Roof so we can help the environment, and maintain a pivotal part of Great Tower allowing everyone to access it no matter there physical ability or background.

Day Opps 4 All at Hamelin Trust


Won £3,000.00

Day Opps 4 All aims to increase capacity and deliver extra support to adults and young people with learning disabilities across Essex. We are looking to expand our service to provide more opportunities in the areas of woodwork, furniture restoration, sewing, IT refurbishment, recycling and retail.

Worksop Sea Cadets and Royal Marine Cadets


Won £4,000.00

Our building needs major repairs: replace guttering, repair/replace pitched roof depending on lath fixings, remove overhanging branches/ivy originating from neighbouring gardens to stop water ingress and damage to chimneys, replace damaged suspended ceiling tiles and insert a new damp proof course

West Midlands Rotary Shelter Bus


Won £4,000.00

We’re transforming double-decker buses into mobile homeless shelters to alleviate homelessness and rough sleeping in Greater Birmingham.


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