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28/1/2016

ISCA nominated for PR News CSR Award for Corporate-Community Partnership



ISCA has been selected as a finalist in the PR News CSR Awards under the Corporate-Community Partnership category.

 

The winner will be announced at a luncheon in Washington DC, USA, on 15 March. The nominees in the Corporate-Community Partnership category include corporate giants Nestlé and MasterCard, plus a diverse range of international stakeholders focusing on corporate social responsibility:

 

  • Aspen Dental Management Inc. - The Healthy Mouth Movement
  • Belk and Discovery Education - Belk Service Learning Challenge
  • Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health - Champions of Mental Health Awards and Mental Illness Awareness Week
  • DonorsChoose.org - Chevron Fuel Your School Program
  • Frontier Communications - America's Best Communities
  • International Sport and Culture Association - The economic cost of physical inactivity across Europe
  • JetBlue Airways - 2015 Soar with Reading: Solving for Book Deserts
  • Lenovo Scholar Network - Empowering Future Tech Leaders
  • MasterCard - Girls4Tech
  • MWW - Building Blocks for the Future: Samsung Technology Partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of America
  • Nestle Waters North America - A Community Approach to Trash Free Waterways
  • New York Life Foundation/Tiller, LLC - Addressing Grief at School
  • Raytheon Company - National Engineers Week ‘Girl Day’ 2015
  • SAIC - Give A Meal Team Challenge
  • SAP - Education Initiative
  • Teva Pharmaceuticals - Teva's Community Partnership Program

 

Meanwhile, the NowWeMOVE campaign narrowly missed out on a European Excellence Award in Stockholm in December, after having been shortlisted in the Sports and Lifestyle category among 4 other nominees including Adidas, Ericsson and eventual winner Kari Traa. The NowWeMOVE campaign was one of the few nominees across the award categories that did not use an external agency to assist in building their campaign.

 

ISCA Secretary General Jacob Schouenborg said he was more than pleased with this achievement: “Unfortunately we did not win the prize for the Sports and Lifestyle category. Nonetheless, we can be proud to be nominated and shortlisted out of 1300 entries overall and as one of only 5 organisations in this category.”

 

See the full list of PR News CSR Award nominees here

 

See the full list of European Excellence Award winners here