Leap Conflicting Conflict, which works directly with young people struggling with conflict has emerged triumphant as this year's charity of the year.
Other winners included the Newcastle City Council Sexual Exploitation Hub for the Safeguarding Award; Kinetic Youth for the Youth Work Award; the Alexandra Rose Charity for the Early Intervention Award; and Liverpool City Council's Instant Reponse team for the Public Sector Team Award.
The Awards ceremony took place at the Lancaster London, on the north side of Hyde Park, and was hosted by children's TV presenter Anna Williamson, who is also an ambassador for Childline, Mind and The Prince's Trust.
The World Heart Beat Music Academy, based in Wandsworth, provided the entertainment for the 600-strong audience.
CYP Now editor-in-chief Ravi Chandiramani said: "Tonight's winners and finalists have shown evidence of how they make a real difference to people's life chances, evidence expressed not only in hard data but also in a real passion and commitment to improving young lives, whatever that takes".
As well as the 23 winners, there were a number of "high commendations" awarded.
In a pre-recorded address, minister of state for children and families Robert Goodwill said: "Since taking up my role in the summer as minister of state for children and families, I know I wanted to make equal opportunities a reality for all children and young people.
"I want to ensure I do all I can through government reforms to support these exceptional children and young people This includes putting children with special educational needs and disabilities at the heart of the process, doubling the free childcare available to working parents, supporting and encouraging all child and family social workers to be the best they can be and establishing a system where improvement is both continuous and sustainable.
"Many congratulations not only to those who receive awards tonight but to all of you, and all those not at this evening's ceremony who are doing their utmost to make things better for our most vulnerable children and families. I'm proud to be working with you."
Images from the ceremony can be view via this link
THE EARLY YEARS AWARD
Winner: Achievement for All - Achieving Early
Winner: Naomi House and Jacksplace - Play and Activities Team
YOUTH WORK AWARD sponsored by National Youth Agency
Winner: Kinetic Youth - HMYOI Werrington Project
High Commendation: Create - creative:connection
YOUTH VOLUNTEERING AND SOCIAL ACTION AWARD
Winner: Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council - Rotherham Young Inspectors
Winner: Eureka! The National Children's Museum - Access All Areas: Sustainable Inclusivity
High Commendation: Newcastle City Council - The Newcastle Virtual School
ARTS AND CULTURE AWARD
Winner: Curious Minds - Curious Minds North West
ADVICE AND GUIDANCE AWARD
Winner: YMCA DownsLink Group - YMCA Positive Placements
High Commendation: UK Youth - Money for Life
YOUNG CARERS AWARD
Winner: Solihull Young Carers - Peer Mentoring and Befriending Project
High Commendation: Create - inspired:arts/art:space
LEAVING CARE AWARD
Winner: The Children's Society - A fairer start for care leavers
MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING AWARD
Winner: Rhythmix - Music in Mind
High Commendation: YMCA DownsLink Group - Right Here
EARLY INTERVENTION AWARD
Winner: Alexandra Rose Charity - Rose Vouchers for Fruit & Veg, Barnsley
NATIONAL CITIZEN SERVICE AWARD sponsored by NCS Trust
Winner: Ingeus - Nottinghamshire NCS Regional Youth Board
PSHE EDUCATION AWARD
Winner: Shropshire Council - Public Health PSHE Programme
High Commendation: Pintsize Theatre Ltd - 'LUVU2' Theatre in Education on internet safety and CSE awareness
CHILDREN IN CARE AWARD sponsored by Diagrama Foundation
Winner: Mind Of My Own - MOMO Express
YOUTH JUSTICE AWARD sponsored by CACI
Winner: JENGbA (Joint Enterprise: Not Guilty by Association) - JENGbA Youth Project
High Commendation: Create - Inside Stories
High Commendation: Kinetic Youth - HMYOI Werrington Project
FAMILY SUPPORT AWARD
Winner: Tavistock Relationships - Parents as Partners
High Commendation: NSPCC - Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together
SAFEGUARDING AWARD sponsored by Phew
Winner: Newcastle City Council - Sexual Exploitation Hub
High Commendation: Spurgeons - Phoenix Child Sexual Exploitation Project
CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S CHAMPION
Winner: Jack Welch - volunteer and autism activist
CHILDREN'S ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Winner: Laura Hicklin - Chair of the Spurgeons Young Carers Voice
PARTNERSHIP WORKING AWARD
Winner: Movement to Work
RECRUITMENT AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AWARD
Winner: FosterCare UK
PUBLIC SECTOR TEAM AWARD
Winner: Liverpool City Council - Instant Response Team
High Commendation: Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea - Action For Change
CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S CHARITY AWARD sponsored by Unity Insurance Services
Winner: Leap Confronting Conflict
High Commendation: Designability
High Commendation: Getaway Girls
High Commendation: Spurgeons