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Children’s charities win at Third Sector business awards

Author: Leila Hawkins
25 May 2018

Little Havens Children’s Hospice and Together for Short Lives (TfSL) were winners at this week’s Third Sector Business Charity Awards.

Little Havens Children’s Hospice in Southend was given the Community Impact award for its collaboration with Chelmsford Star Co-operative Society, an award that is given to a business that has provided vital support to a charitable project.

TfSL, the charity for children with life  limiting conditions, and Hobbycraft, the arts and crafts retail chain, won best Charity Partnership, Fashion and Retail, an award that recognises an outstanding partnership between a company in the fashion or retail sector and a charity.

The Third Sector  Business Charity Awards recognise the outstanding contribution that UK companies make to good causes.

Pharmaceutical company GSK  was named Business of the Year for its partnership with Save the Children, which has seen both organisations reach more than 2.6 million children in 41 countries, treating almost 200,000 children with serious conditions like  malaria and pneumonia.

This was the third edition of the Third Sector Business Charity Awards. The ceremony took place at a black-tie dinner at the Marriott Grosvenor Square in London, presented by TV historian Suzannah Lipscomb.

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