Morgan Lovell, won at Third Sector’s Business Charity Awards last night, picking up an award in the Challenge Event category for their work with the Down’s Syndrome Association last year.

The company’s initiative, Charity SOS is an annual project which challenges the company to redesign and fit out a charitable organisation’s office in one weekend.

Other nominees in the category included ASK Italian, Lloyds Banking Group and Marks & Spencer for their work with Charities such as Great Ormond Street Hospital, Cancer UK and Richard House Children’s Hospice.

Overall, 19 winners, selected by 17 judges were presented with their award on the night at the black-tie awards ceremony in the Grosvenor House Hotel, hosted by BBC journalist Justin Webb, a presenter on Radio 4’s Today programme.

“Everyone at the Down’s Syndrome Association is delighted that Morgan Lovell’s Charity SOS were awarded the best Challenge Event. The award officially recognises just how outstanding the project they delivered to us was.”

Xanthe Breen, Down’s Syndrome Association.