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The 2022 Movement for Good Awards

The Movement for Good Awards is an annual platform for giving, set up by all the businesses that make up the Benefact Group. It's our opportunity to make a tangible difference to the lives of the people and communities we serve, by supporting the charities, not-for-profit organisations, and community interest projects that mean something to you.

This year we are donating more than £1 million, and we can't do it without you!

Draw 1 Winners

All 250 of our £1,000 winners from the first draw in our Movement for Good Awards have now been announced.

Please click here to see which charities have won.

Nominate a charity today

You can make a difference. We're not asking for money, or any real time, just your nomination of a registered charity, not-for-profit organisation, or community interest company in the UK, Republic of Ireland, Channel Islands or Isle of Man. Anyone can nominate and that one act could potentially mean an extra £1,000 to those trying to make a difference. The more nominations a charity receives, the greater their chance of winning, so once you've done your part, spread the word and make it a movement!

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How your nomination can make a movement

We have over £1 million to donate in 2022, and we’re doing it in a number of ways, to give everyone the best opportunity to benefit.

Once you’ve nominated your charity, they will automatically be entered into the next 2 draws to receive £1,000.



£250,000 has already been awarded. All 250 of our £1,000 winners from the first draw in our Movement for Good Awards have now been announced.


Nominations are open

In September the next 250 charities will receive a £1,000 grant


Nominations are open

In December we'll be sharing £120,000, across 120 charities, in 12 days

Second draw winners announced: 19th – 30th September 2022

Second draw winners announced in


Share your nomination

You have the power to drastically increase the opportunities for your charity to benefit from the Movement for Good, and all you have to do is share it on your social media. Anyone can nominate

Helping charities and brokers boost their nominations

Helping charities and brokers boost their nominations

We want to make it as easy as humanly possible for you to spread the word about the Movement for Good Awards and your chosen charity. With this in mind we created a number of useful resources such as email and social media templates, which you can send out to friends, family, community and contacts to drum up support for that cause that is dear to your heart.

Read our Nominations Guide

Making it easier to nominate your charity

People are more likely to bolster you campaign if it's only a button click away. Use our campaign code generator to find your charity and generate the code, links and buttons for you to drop into your emails and webpages. When a recipient clicks on your link, it will auto populate the form, making it easier to support and nominate your charity.

Generate your codes

Templates and graphics

Click on the icons and the templates/graphics will open in a new window. You can save these on your desktop and use them to spread the word and drum up support. To make the most out of your social media posts, ensure you accompany the graphics along with the post templates.

The brands that made the movement

The Movement for Good is bought to you by the Benefact Group, all the individual businesses that make it, and our charitable owners Benefact Trust.

Benefact Trust
Ansvar Insurance
Business Choice
BH and S
Ecclesiastical Australia
Ecclesiastical Canada
Ecclesiastical Ireland
Ecclesiastical UK
Jo Pavey
Lansdown Insurance Brokers
Lloyd & Whyte
Lloyd & Whyte Heritage
Lycetts FS
Lycetts IB
MI Commercial Risks
MI Commercial Specialty
MI Commercial Property
Northcott Beaton
Privilage Plan
Robertson McIsaac
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