PracticeConsultingEntries open for Everybody Counts

Entries open for Everybody Counts

Accountancy Age is once again sponsoring the ICAEW's Everybody Counts awards, the initiative designed to reflect and encourage voluntary work by chartered accountants.

Entries are now being accepted. Winners are selected from five categories on the basis of the time, level of involvement and commitment they have devoted to a project or charity, as well as the difference that their work has made.

The awards are split into five categories: younger member, member of a small business, member in practice, member in business and retired member.

The institute will donate a total of £10,000 and the winner of each category receives £2,000 for the charity or project they are working with.

Last year’s winners included Christopher Underwood for his voluntary work as treasurer of the Jubilee Sailing Trust, a national charity that owns and operates the world’s only tall ships, purpose-built for crews of able-bodied and physically disabled people.

The deadline for applications is 31 December 2001 and the winners will be announced next March.

For more information go to www.everybodycounts.co.uk

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