Published On: February 17th, 2022By

This month we were honored to have our collaborations with the Cerebral Palsy Association of Manitoba and Sexual Education Resource Centre Manitoba each recognized with Silver at the Anthem Awards.  

The Anthem Awards were created by The Webby Awards to honor the purpose and mission-driven work of people, companies and organizations worldwide. Seeking to amplify the voices that spark global change, these awards work to set a new benchmark for impactful work that inspires others to take action in their own communities. 

This year, the awards recognize works including RuPaul’s Drag Race “Say Love” PSA with The Trevor Project, Google’s Search Black-owned initiative, United Nations, UN Research Roadmap for the COVID-19 Recovery and countless other projects from groups like The Innocence Project, Mothers Against Drunk Driving and the American Red Cross.

Sharing Hope in Isolation won Silver in the category of Human & Civil Rights Special Projects, a category focused on individual projects produced by an organization or person created to raise awareness for a Human & Civil Rights cause.

Sex Ed For Everyone won Silver in the category of Health Non-Profit Campaign, for campaigns created by a non-profit organization or foundation in an effort to raise financial support for a Health cause.

To learn more about these projects, the Anthem Awards, and creating winning concepts, read our post on Creating an Award-Winning Marketing Concept that Stands Out from the Crowd.

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