Christian Youth Charity Named Best Not-For-Profit to Work For in UK

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Manchester based, The Message Trust, wins 1st place in The Sunday Times’ annual Best Companies survey – Not-For-Profits category.

Presented at a gala dinner at Battersea Evolution in London, the award win is another climb up the rankings for the charity which placed second in 2017 and eleventh in 2016.

Message Trust CEO and founder, Andy Hawthorne, who collected the award along with his senior leadership team, said,

We were so honoured last year to come second and never would have dreamed of being able to top that. We really value all our staff and I’m delighted that this year they’ve helped us to place even higher this year.

For the second year running Hawthorne also collected a special award for Best Leader, having scored the top ranking for his inspirational leadership.

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The Message Trust has been demonstrating the Christian faith in schools, prisons and tough communities across the UK for more than 25 years. Having started in Manchester, it now operates from UK hub locations in Manchester, South Wales, Scotland, the Midlands, Yorkshire and London, and internationally in South Africa, Canada and Germany.

It’s incredible to think that we’ve literally gone from working out of a spare bedroom to the global movement we are today, reaching hundreds of thousands of people a year.

comments Hawthorne.

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