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2015 Results

The awards took place at The House of Lords on Tuesday 17th November. The event celebrated excellence, creativity and innovation in Payroll Giving. Rob Wilson MP, Minister for Civil Society, and Damien Hinds , Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury presented awards and pledged commitment to the scheme as a valued sustainable income for charities.

Judges commented that they were again this year proud of the high calibre of entries received and the imaginative approaches taken by companies, fundraising organisations and agencies to create effective and inspiring promotions to engage employees in charitable giving.

Most Successful Sustained Scheme - Large Employer

Winner: JTI UK

Highly Commended: Royal Mail

Most Successful Sustained Scheme - Medium Employer

Winner: Henderson Group

Highly Commended: Admiral and The Entertainer

Most Successful Sustained Scheme - Small Employer

Winner: Telereal Trillium

Highly Commended: Checkatrade

Civil Society Employer
 

Winner: WaterAid

Government and Public Sector Employer

Winner: HM Revenue & Customs

Highly Commended: Northern Ireland Civil Service

Best Innovative Promotional Partnership - Large Employer

Winner: Vodafone

Highly Commended: Aviva

Best Innovative Promotional Partnership - Medium Employer

Winner: The Entertainer

Highly Commended: Allstate NI

Best Innovative Promotional Partnership - Small Employer

Winner: Balcas

Best Fundraiser

Winner: Dean Rogers - Royal Navy & Royal Marine Charity

Best Corporate Champion
 

Winner: Julie Ward - Asda

Most Innovative Campaign - Large Employer

Winner: Aviva

Highly Commended: Vodafone

Most Innovative Campaign - Medium Employer

Winner: Arriva

Highly Commended: Clyde & Co

Most Innovative Campaign - Small Employer

Winner: Checkatrade

Highly Commended: Valero

Best Overall Campaign
 

Winner: Henderson Group

Highly Commended: The Entertainer

Lifetime Achievement

Juliet Lupton

Bill Lane

Heather Vasco