The PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics are in full swing, testing the resolve and talent of athletes from around the globe.
Here at Engage for Good, we’re thrilled to announce our own best-in-class winners of the 2018 Halo Awards.
Golden Halo Award Winners: Salesforce and Save The Children
Each year, the Golden Halo Award is given to one corporation and one nonprofit for overall partnership excellence in corporate social impact campaigns. We’re thrilled to share that this year, the award will be bestowed upon Salesforce and Save the Children. The awards will be accepted by Rob Acker, CEO of Salesforce.org, and Carolyn Miles, president and CEO of Save The Children, at the Engage for Good Conference in Chicago this May.
53 Category Award Finalists Announced
In addition to the two Golden Halo winners, 53 campaigns were announced today as finalists in 13 category Halo Awards. A Gold and Silver Halo Award winner in each category will also be announced at the 2018 Engage for Good Conference. Join us in congratulating these finalists! Click to tweet.
The Halo Category Awards are always such a compelling snapshot of what’s working in the social impact space. We’re delighted to welcome campaigns we’ve seen in the marketplace and always pleasantly surprised to receive submissions from efforts with which we weren’t yet familiar. We’re working to ensure you’ll hear directly from as many Halo Award partners as possible at the Engage for Good conference this May with an entire breakout period dedicated to presentations by this year’s recipients. Register by 3/16 to grab the early bird discount and join us in learning from this year’s outstanding winners.
If you missed the Halo submission period this year and would like to be notified when next year’s submission period opens, let us know.