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2016 Results

The awards took place at St Martin in the Fields on Wednesday 16th November. Business leaders, sector stakeholders and Rob Wilson, Minister for Civil Society came together to celebrate and congratulate examples of excellence.

The calibre of entries was remarked upon by the judges with tight competition for the winning spots and more entries received than ever before.

Most Successful Sustained Scheme - Small Employer

Winner: Checkatrade
 

Highly Commended: PX Limited

Most Successful Sustained Scheme - Medium Employer

Winner: Mediterranean Shipping Company

Highly Commended: Arriva London

Most Successful Sustained Scheme - Large Employer

Winner: Sainsbury's
 

Highly Commended: Network Rail

Best Promotional Partnership - Small Employer

Winner: Balcas
 

Highly Commended: McBrides

Best Promotional Partnership - Medium Employer

Winner: National Air Traffic Service
 

Highly Commended: Arriva London

Best Promotional Partnership - Large Employer

Winner: Sainsbury's with StC Payroll Giving

Highly Commended: Capita with Hands On Payroll Giving

EE with Hands On Payroll Giving

Best Civil Society Employer
 

Winner: Cancer Research UK
 

Highly Commended: Tenovus Cancer Care

Most Innovative Campaign - Small Employer

Winner: Checkatrade
 

Highly Commended: Opus

Most Innovative Campaign - Medium Employer

Winner: Arriva London
 

Highly Commended: Moy Park

Most Innovative Campaign - Large Employer

Winner: Costco Wholesale UK
 

Highly Commended: EE

Best Fundraiser
 

Winner: Wendy Tapping - Hands On Payroll Giving

Highly Commended: Christine Lux

Best Corporate Champion
 

Winner: Ian Yates - Costco Wholesale UK
 

Highly Commended: Laura Nolan

Best Government & Pubic Sector Employer

Winner: HM Revenue & Customs
 

Highly Commended: Northern Ireland Civil Service, Network Rail

Best Overall Campaign
 

Winner: Mediterranean Shipping Company

Highly Commended: National Air Traffic Services