We are delighted to announce that Outside In has won the Charity Awards 2013, the highest profile event in the charity calendar.
Outside In was shortlisted from hundreds of entries in the Arts, Culture and Heritage category, beating stiff competition from The Prince's Foundation for Children & the Arts and The Reading Agency to become the overall winner of the category.
Marc Steene, Deputy Director at Pallant House Gallery, and founder of Outside In, is thrilled with the news. He says: “Winning the Charity Awards is a massive endorsement for the Gallery, Outside In and all the artists and organisations that have worked with us, a huge thank you to the Paul Hamlyn Foundation who had the vision and faith to support Outside In from its small beginnings to where it is today.”
Daniel Phelan, organiser of The Charity Awards comments: “The Charity Awards programme recognises the exceptional work that takes place within the voluntary sector and the dramatic effects that charities have on a wide spectrum of social needs. It’s vital that we acknowledge the work these organisations do, which is why I’m delighted Pallant House Gallery won their category. They beat off very stiff competition for this prestigious prize and should be enormously proud. I congratulate everyone involved.”