The awards provide an opportunity to recognise charities, and their unsung heroes for their outstanding work. This is the second year that Latimer Hinks and Horwarth Clark Whitehill have hosted/sponsored the awards.
Photo 1 - Anne Elliott - Latimer Hinks, Pauline Wilson - NASSL, Peter Rowley - Darlington Building Society, Lauren Robinson (Darlington on Disability), Peter Olsen - Horwath Clark Whitehill
Photo 2 - Heather O'Driscoll (HCW) Anne Elliott, Dawn Carney Cash for Kids, Peter Olsen (HCW)
The event took place at Middlesbrough Football Club, with nearly 200 attendees.
Local businesses, charities and individuals were represented - the event was a great success, if not somewhat emotional.
The winners were:
Elderly Charity of the Year: Durham Aged Mineworkers Homes Association
- Children’s Charity of the Year: TFM Radio & Magic 1170’s Cash for Kids Charity
- Animal Charity of the Year: National Animals Sanctuaries Support League
- Disability Charity of the Year: Darlington Association on Disability
- National Charity – Local Branch: The York Cats Protection
- Local Charity of the Year: The Vocational Learning Trust
- Fundraiser of the Year: David Williams
- Business Supporter of the Year: Darlington Building Society
- Charity Volunteer of the Year: George Harvey
- Charity of the Year: TFM Radio & Magic 1170’s Cash for Kids Charity
Check out the Podcast here