Do you Achieve for a Charity or Social Enterprise? Just 2 Days Left to Enter the Woman Who…Achieves Awards!

Do you Achieve for a Charity, Social Enterprise, CIC or do great things in your business for Charities?

Woman Who…Achieves for a Charity or Social Enterprise


You are a business woman who runs, is working within, or supporting a charity or social enterprise. We want to know about you and your aims for the organisation. Tell us about any financial constraints, how you have accessed any grants, any fundraising projects, challenges you have faced and how you have overcome these.

GUIDELINES: The Judges want to hear about you and the work that you do, especially how you and your organisation has made a positive impact on your local community and the charity. They want to know about the work you do how this makes a difference. Give us some examples of the projects you have worked on and how these have changed people’s lives or made a significant contribution to the local environment or community. If you have secured major funding/fundraising then provide examples.

ENTER NOW   (Deadline for entry: Midnight on Friday 23rd February 2018)

Sponsored by Alsters Kelley Solicitors

Catherine Wahlberg

Catherine Wahlberg, Operations and Finance Member at Alsters Kelley said: “We are thrilled to be a part of the Woman Who…Achieves Awards for a third year and to be sponsoring the Woman Who… Achieves for a Charity or Social Enterprise.

The Woman Who… events and Awards have become a real platform and focal point in which to celebrate the achievements of all types of women in business. As a local business we are equally passionate and keen to ensure that any women involved in a charity or a Social Enterprise has the opportunity to be thanked and recognised for all their hard work and efforts.”



Delivered in partnership with the FSB (Federation of Small Businesses)


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