The overall winner, Gloucestershire Young Carers, was announced at the GSK IMPACT Awards Ceremony on 15 May 2014.
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2014 GSK IMPACT Awards winners
The following organisations received a £30,000 donation, plus two places on a unique training and development programme and an invitation to join the GSK IMPACT Awards Development Network with its programme of free meetings and events.
- Amaze – based in Brighton, helping to improve the lives of parent carers of disabled children
- Anaphylaxis Campaign – based in Hampshire, helping to raise awareness of anaphylaxis and NHS services for allergy
- Aware Defeat Depression – based in Northern Ireland, working to help reduce the stigma surrounding depression
- Gloucestershire Young Carers – based in Gloucestershire, supporting young people who have caring responsibilities for a family member
- HENRY (Health, Exercise, Nutrition for the Really Young) – based in Oxford, helping to tackle childhood obesity
- The Lesbian and Gay Foundation – based in Manchester, working to help improve the health of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people
- Mayfair Community Centre – based in Shropshire, promoting healthy living and wellbeing
- Open Secret – based in Falkirk, helping people who have suffered childhood abuse or neglect
- RISE (Refuge, Information, Support, Education) – based in West Sussex, supporting survivors of domestic abuse
- Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living – based in Wiltshire, helping disabled people to live more independent lives
The following runners up received a £3,000 donation.