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NCVO members’ photo competition

NCVO photography competition winners 2019 

NCVO’s member photo competition celebrates charities up and down the UK. The work of the charity sector is so diverse and this is reflected in the entries we receive from member organisations eager to demonstrate the work they do in their communities. The shortlisted photos are exhibited at NCVO’s annual conference, where the winner is announced.

The photo competition is not running this year. For any further questions please contact Roshni Mistry on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Photography competition 2019, looking to the future

The theme ‘looking to the future’ is an opportunity to show how charities and the voluntary sector remain resilient and innovative in times of great change.

The Winner

Clean Water Access, by Andy Aitchison for WaterAid

Photo of women lining up to use a WaterAid & Rupantar installed village water sand filtration system

As the sun sets women line up to use a WaterAid & Rupantar installed village water sand filtration system. WaterAid Bangladesh are working with the local partner Rupantar, Shaymnagar in the Satkhira District of south west Bangladesh.

Photography competition 2017, making a difference

The theme making a difference is a change to celebrate the work of the voluntary sector.

Photographs were entered in two categories: the open category for staff members and volunteers, and the professional category for professional photographers.

The winners 

Winner of the open category: Belly up tennis! By Sophie Grant and Maria Ellis for Tennis2B

Photo of children playing tennis

This is a picture of work carried out with hard to reach young girls within the Bengali community. Tennis2Be is a UK based tennis and education charity making tennis an inclusive and accessible sport. We’re deeply committed to ensuring tennis is enjoyed by a broad spectrum of participants. Through interaction with local communities, grassroots groups and local partners, we emphasise the positive points of involvement from the perspective of wellbeing and social engagement.

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