Our first ever Corporate Business Awards
Last Thursday we held our first ever Corporate Business Awards at the iconic BT Tower in central London.
This ceremony was an opportunity to recognise and thank our corporate supporters for their outstanding contribution to our work by presenting several exclusive awards.
Natasha Kaplinksy presents
Justin Forsyth, Save the Children CEO, and Natasha Kaplinsky, Save the Children ambassador, were on hand to present the awards.
Natasha Kaplinsky gave an inspirational speech about her visits to India and South Africa, where she has witnessed first-hand the difference our corporate partners’ support is making to children’s lives.
And the winner is …
- Outstanding achievement in promoting Save the Children’s mission and values: Twinings
- Outstanding support in pioneering programme work: GlaxoSmithKline
- Outstanding results in engaging the public: FirstGroup
- Greatest achievements in building a diverse partnership: Reckitt Benckiser
- Outstanding achievements in employee fundraising: Mothercare
- Exceptional achievements in programme funding: IKEA
- Exceptional achievements in cause-related marketing: Bulgari
- Greatest achievement in building a successful long-term partnership: Thomson Reuters
- Special achievement award for a new corporate partner: Morrisons
- Outstanding Emergency Response Partner: Vitol
- Most innovative marketing partnership: Aviva
- Outstanding Gift in Kind support: Clifford Chance
- Outstanding Volunteer Initiative: Lloyds Banking Group
Two special awards were also presented to individual employees for their outstanding individual contributions:
- Sandra Hennessy (Reckitt Benckiser)
- Keith Mullin (Thomson Reuters)
Find out more about how our corporate partners support our work