What are we doing?
As part of the release of the Nesta and Osca publication, Good and bad help. How purpose and confidence transforms lives we launched the Good Help Award to discover more examples of ‘good help’ practices that are already happening across the UK. The Good Help Award rewards an organisation or team that demonstrates they are helping people transform their lives by helping them develop their sense of purpose and confidence to take action.
We received an overwhelming response from over 300 applicants working across multiple sectors, including health, social care, education, justice and employment. We have selected 19 finalists who we believe represent some of the best examples of how Good Help can be offered. You can read more about each of these at the bottom of the page.
There are three awards available - one £15,000 winner, and two £5,000 runners up. The winners will be announced on 13 September 2018.