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Celebrating the International Day of Charity…all month!

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Celebrating the International Day of Charity…all month!

The International Day of Charity is celebrated annually every 5th September; a date chosen as it commemorates the passing away of Mother Teresa who worked tirelessly to help those living in poverty and distress.

The day was declared officially by the UN General Assembly in 2012, having originally been founded through a Hungarian civil society initiative with the support of the Hungarian Parliament and Government in 2011.

We are proud to have a number of charitable and not-for-profit organisations as clients – the Global Good Awards, the Mind Media Awards, and the Creative Circle Foundation, to name a few. But, of course, we would LOVE to grow that list by supporting as many of these organisations as we can!

For the month of September, we’re offering a whopping 40% discount on our Pro tier package, to charitable organisations*.

That’s just £1500** for implementation and support, with zero commission on entries! You’ll have access to all the main AwardStage features, making life a whole heap simpler for all your users – administrators, entrants, and judges. You can find out more about what’s included on our pricing page, and don’t forget to check out the main features of the platform here.

If you have any questions about this offer – or anything else relating to AwardStage – then please do get in touch, we’d love to chat 🙂

*In order to be eligible, your organisation must be registered with the appropriate commission in your country, eg the Charity Commission of England and Wales, and be able to supply a registered charity number. We’re sorry, this offer is only available to new clients on this occasion.

**Usually £2500 per instance, per year