Congratulations to the Charity Retail 2015 Awards winners!

The Charity Retail Awards 2015
The entries to this year’s Charity Retail Awards have been of an exceptionally high standard.

The Awards Ceremony took place on Monday evening and the winners are:

Young Volunteer of the Year – Jack Sharp (Demelza Hospice Care)

Volunteer of the Year – Gill Kendrick (Valley CIDS)

Innovation in Charity Retailing – Scope

Best Use of Technology – Cancer Research UK

Specialist Shop of the Year – Hospice of St Francis

Shop Team of the Year – St Peter’s Hospice for their Downend Shop Team

Retail Staff Member of the Year – Victoria Canavan of St Peter’s Hospice and Mandy Tucker of The Childrens Trust (joint winners)

Shop Team and Retail Staff Member Awards sponsored by Choice Textile

Most Supportive Supplier to the Sector – Nisyst

Most Valuable Item (under 100 shops) – Pilgrims Hospice

Most Valuable Item (100 plus shops) – Oxfam GB

The Community Impact Award – Tenovus Cancer Care

Outstanding Charity Retailer of the Year – Scope

Huge thanks to everyone who entered the 2015 Charity retail Awards.

 

 

“The CRA is ensuring that charity retail is here for the benefit of all”

Martin Blackwell, CEO

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