The Marsh Awards

It is people who are at the heart of the charity sector and who voluntarily or professionally go above and beyond to make a difference.

The Marsh Awards celebrate the outstanding contributions of these people who are committed to social, cultural and environmental causes.

The below portfolio of Awards recognise these contributions right across the sector, from volunteer carers to social anthropologists.

Browse our portfolio of awards below

1615308649 Marsh Young Volunteer Award for Marine Conservation This Award is run in partnership with the Wildlife Trusts and recognises a young volunteer who has made an outstanding...
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692246617 Marsh Young Archaeologist of the Year Award This Award is run in partnership with the Council for British Archaeology and celebrates individuals and groups who carry out...
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3129425242 Marsh Young Volunteer Awards with RBGK These Awards will recognise members of the Youth Explainer volunteer programme at Kew Gardens. The programme is for 14-17 year...
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292735551 Marsh Young Ornithologist of the Year This Award is run in partnership with British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) and recognises an individual (or group of people)...
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3973534705 Marsh Young Retail Volunteer of the Year Award This Award recognises the hard work and dedication of people up to the age of 25 who give up their...
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3867456510 Marsh Retail Volunteer of the Year Award This Award recognises the hard work and dedication of those who give up their time to volunteer in one of...
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3394914482 Marsh Young Volunteer Award with Barnardo’s This Award recognises the contribution of a young person, up to the age of 25, who volunteers for Barnardo’s and...
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3447473125 Marsh Young Volunteer Award with the Museum of London This Award is run in partnership with the Museum of London and recognises the contributions made to the Museum by...
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3492420252 Marsh Award for Early Career Research in Archaeology This Award is run in partnership with the Council for British Archaeology and recognises an individual who has made an...
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