100% of all ticket sales will go to The Mental HealthFoundation.

Our 2022 Partner:
The Mental Health Foundation

This year, the Freelancer Awards are partnering with The Mental Health Foundation, to help reach more people and drive awareness to the importance of mental health within the freelancer community and beyond.

100% of this year’s ticket sales will go to the Mental Health Foundation to enable them to deliver information, resources and programmes that help people to understand, protect and sustain their mental health.
   
Click here to read more on The Mental Health Foundation.

Winners 2021

Largest event of its kind

30,000+ votes
100+ award winners
5000+ attendees
Brilliant hosts

More than just an awards ceremony

Winning this award was a highlight of my year! I’ve always found YJ a great place to be spotted and hired, and to be recognised in this way, as a freelancer, is so valuable.
Andrew Larkin
Lead UX and UI Designer
Winner: UX, 2021
Being shortlisted for a Sweet FA is the next level. So many talented people on this platform and I felt truly honoured to be even considered for a nomination by my clients and peers.
Rach McNulty
Social & Digital Marketing Specialist
Finalist: Marketing, 2021
Superb Freelancer Awards ceremony last night. It’s probably the most valued I’ve felt for the work I do.
Marcus Efstratiou
Freelance copywriter
2016 Freelancer of the year
As freelancers, we don’t win awards. But we do now, thanks to YunoJuno.
Gabriel Collard
Project Manager
Freelancer of the Year, 2017
Winning these awards was a total game-changer for me. It got me new work, new briefs, and a real confidence that the work I was doing, was really having an impact on the world around me.
Alex Cooper
Senior Creative Copywriter
Winner: Creative, 2021
As a freelancer I have often felt unseen, so winning the Developer of the Year award felt extra special. It’s amazing to feel recognised for the hard work that we do.
Hannah King
Creative frontend developer
Winner: Developer, 2019