Gallery of entries
Here's where you can view all of the competition entries submitted so far.
Take your time and choose your favourite carefully... Remember, you only get one vote!
(If you're planning to enter the competition yourself, the Gallery is a great place to find some handy inspiration!)
You can enter the competition up until midnight on Friday 30th November 2018... but remember, the sooner your entry is in the Gallery, the sooner other people can vote for you!
Public voting closes at midnight on Monday 3rd December 2018.
The 10 best entries as voted for by the general public will then be shortlisted and the final winner chosen by our judging panel.
Winners will be announced by the end of January 2019!
Please click here to submit an entry or please scroll to the bottom of this page to vote for your favourite.
Which entry will get your vote?
Remember you only get one vote, so choose carefully!
OXSRAD (Oxford & District Sports and Recreation Association for the Disabled) www.oxsrad.org. This entry was submitted by Sarah Buy.
Unicef (United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund) "For every child in danger". www.unicef.org.uk. This entry was submitted by Masen Tag.
Stillbirth & neonatal death charity (Sands). www.sands.org.uk. This entry was submitted by Jenny Wong.
004: Kerala relief fund
Stand with Kerala: Kerala relief fund. https://donation.cmdrf.kerala.gov.in This entry was submitted by Mohammed Irshad.
005: Girlguiding Oxfordshire
Girlguiding Oxfordshire. www.oxfordshiregirlguiding.org.uk. This entry was submitted by Rosalind Letellier.
006: Footsteps Foundation
Footsteps Foundation. www.footstepscentre.com. This entry was submitted by Maggie Davies.
007: OASIS Oxfordshire Autistic Society for Information and Support
OASIS Oxfordshire Autistic Society for Information and Support. oasisonline.org.uk This entry was submitted by Maxine Seddon.
008: Friends of OSCAR (Oxford)
Friends of OSCAR (Oxford) Offering Support to Children and Relatives. http://www.friendsofoscar.org.uk This entry was submitted by Christopher Harrison.
SeeSaw - Grief support for children and young people in Oxfordshire. www.seesaw.org.uk. This entry was submitted by Lucy Wise.
010: Oxford Hub
Oxford Hub, the centre for social action in Oxford, running projects across the community to help shape a better city. www.weareoxfordhub.org This entry was submitted by Sara Fernandez.
011: The Gatehouse
The Gatehouse exists to provide a calm, safe refuge for people who are homeless or vulnerably housed. www.oxfordgatehouse.org. This entry was submitted by David Kay.
012: Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust
The Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust (BBOWT) is your local wildlife conservation charity. www.bbowt.org.uk. This entry was submitted by Richard Woods.
013: Helen & Douglas House
Helen & Douglas House help terminally ill babies, children, and young people to live their short lives to the full. www.helenanddouglas.org.uk. This entry was submitted by Hannah Ford.
014: World Cancer Research Fund UK
World Cancer Research Fund UK, funding global research into the links between diet, weight, physical activity and cancer. www.wcrf-uk.org. This entry was submitted by Inga Prokopenko.
Earthwatch create knowledge and inspire action through hands-on projects and activities which tackle the effects of climate change, the declining health of our rivers and oceans and the loss of wildlife and habitats. https://earthwatch.org.uk. This entry was submitted by Neil Bailey.
016: Age UK Oxfordshire
Age UK Oxfordshire helps local older people maintain their independence and stay connected to their community. www.ageuk.org.uk/oxfordshire. This entry was submitted by Sophie Dyer.
017: Sobell House
Sobell House are dedicated to providing specialist palliative care and support to adult patients and their family, friends and carers. www.sobellhouse.org. This entry was submitted by Bert Corbyn-Smith.
018: Headington Action
Headington Action is a voluntary organisation with charitable status whose sole aim is to benefit the community of Headington. www.headingtonaction.org. This entry was submitted by John Nealon.
019: Guideposts Trust
Guideposts Trust focus on making a real and lasting difference to the lives of those affected by the challenges of caring, aging, learning disabilities and mental health. www.guideposts.org.uk This entry was submitted by Alice Shorter.
020: Yellow Submarine Holidays
Yellow Submarine is an award-winning Oxfordshire charity that believes people with learning disabilities and autism deserve to live life to the full. http://www.yellowsubmarine.org.uk/ The entry was submitted by Alice Knibbs.
021: Homeless Oxfordshire
In just 5 years alone, rough sleeping in Oxford has increased by 175%. But what are we doing to tackle this crisis? For over 30 years Homeless Oxfordshire have been supporting homeless people. http://www.homelessoxfordshire.uk/ The entry was submitted by Charlotte Matthews
022: Pancreatic Cancer Action
Pancreatic Cancer Action is working towards the day when people survive pancreatic cancer and patients have the best treatment available. https://pancreaticcanceraction.org/ The entry was submitted by Kelley Spacey
023: Refill Oxford
Refill Oxford has set up a network of 130+ Refill stations in pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants all over the city where you can fill up your water bottle for free, rather than buying a new one. We want to get everyone refilling to reduce plastic waste and create a cleaner, greener Oxford. https://www.refilloxford.org This entry was submitted by Georgina Matthews
024: Cyclox - The Voice of Cycling in Oxford
Cyclox is the voice of cycling in Oxford. They lead on encouraging people to cycle, promoting responsible cycling, celebrating active travel, and campaign & lobby Oxfordshire County Council (and Oxford City Council) for greater provision for safe cycling infrastructure. http://www.cyclox.org/ This entry was submitted by Jake Backus.
025: Target Ovarian Cancer
Target Ovarian Cancer is the UK's leading ovarian cancer charity. They work to improve early diagnosis, fund life-saving research, and provide much needed support to women with ovarian cancer. https://www.targetovariancancer.org.uk/ This entry was submitted by Emmyleigh Buchan
026: Crohn's & Colitis UK
Crohn's & Colitis UK are the UK's leading charity in the battle against Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. They work to make life better for the 300,000 people in the UK with Crohn's Disease, Ulcerative Colitis and other forms of IBD. https://www.crohnsandcolitis.org.uk/ This entry was submitted by Ziyad Al-Dibouni
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