Sage is celebrating the good deeds of the most inspiring charitable people in the UK and US today. The accounting software company’s Charity Pioneers campaign recognizes people who have dedicated their lives to a cause or charity. These people don’t always seek recognition for their work, but Sage believes that they should be celebrated nonetheless.
Do you know someone who deserves recognition? Sage is still hunting for the very best. To submit a nomination, enter the name of the chosen nominee, the type of charity they work for, and the reason they should be recognized. Note that nominees must work with young people, women or girls, or military veterans.
If chosen, not only could nominees feature alongside other Charity Pioneers, but their charity could also win the GBP equivalent $5,000 of Enterprise Fund funding. The competition closes on 21st September 2018.
Sage offers a range of products to help charities and nonprofits, such as its accounting software which has been specifically designed to handle charities’ financial needs, including GiftAid and VAT.
Who are the Charity Pioneers?
Whether they’re promoting causes like entrepreneurship, diversity or education, these hard-working individuals actively strive to make the world a better place for young people, women and girls, and military veterans. They come from a diverse range of backgrounds, yet they all have one thing in common – they’re changing lives for the better and that certainly deserves appreciation.
Sage has showcased the outstanding contribution to society from some benevolent, selfless people and continues to search for more to celebrate. They are requesting nominations for the charitable heroes that should be added to their list of pioneers. What’s more, Sage is also offering the sterling equivalent of $5,000 of funding from the Sage Foundation’s Enterprise Fund to a lucky charity associated with the winning pioneer.
Sage is looking for the most inspirational people working in the UK and US today. You can nominate anyone working alongside charities that aid young people, women or girls, or military veterans, with a turnover of less than the GBP equivalent of $2 million.
Sage Foundation’s Enterprise Fund backs nonprofits’ brightest new ideas. Open to organisations with an income of less than $2 million, it offers funding to charities working with young people, women or girls, or military veterans. The Fund supports the creation of either new or piloted entrepreneurial programmes or initiatives that may go no further due to funding challenges.
You can read more about the Sage Foundation Enterprise Fund here.