Centre for Social Justice Awards 2014 (UK)

Charities, small voluntary groups, or other projects tackling poverty in at the local level are invited to apply for the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) Awards 2014.
The annual CSJ Awards programme recognises effective poverty fighting groups from across the UK. Cash prizes of £10,000 are awarded to charities, small voluntary groups and other local projects that display innovation and effectiveness in addressing the root causes of poverty, turning lives around and reversing social breakdown.
Previous winners have included:
A charity that is helping teenagers at risk of social exclusion gain mechanic skills and related employment.
A supplementary school that works in Tower Hamlets and Yorkshire which helps children overcome their disadvantaged background.
The closing date for entries is the 6th June 2014.