Winners of the 2016 Bulldog Corporate Social Responsibility PR Awards Announced

Pr, Marketing, Public relations, PR campaign, PR industry, PR agency, PR awards, PR insights, PR success, Bulldog Awards, winning PRBulldog Reporter this week announced the winners of the 2016 Bulldog Corporate Social Responsibility Awards.  Thirty-seven awards have been presented—including the prestigious Grand Prize Award—to deserving companies who have done great things in corporate social responsibility.

Winners were chosen exclusively by working journalists from a multitude of submissions with the winners representing the very best in the public relations and communications business. All campaigns were assessed on the basis of their ability to achieve extraordinary visibility and influence opinion, as well as on their creativity, command of media and technology and tenacity.

The 2016 Grand Prize for Corporate Social Responsibility Communications Campaign of the Year was awarded to Ketchum for its entry, “Care Counts by Whirlpool,” which was awarded three Silvers in the following categories; Best Cause/Advocacy Campaign, Best Social/Community Education Campaign and Best Campaign Supporting Education.

The 2017 Media Relations Awards are now open for submissions with a final deadline of February 10, 2017.

Below is a complete list of the 2016 Bulldog Corporate Social Responsibility Award winners:

Grand Prize Award Winner

Ketchum—2016 Corporate Social Responsibility Communications Campaign of the Year; “Care Counts by Whirlpool”

Gold Award Winners

Havas PR North America—Best Charitable Giving/Fundraising Campaign; “#GivingTuesday: The Super Bowl of Philanthropy”

St. Joseph Hoag Health—Best Campaign Supporting Health; “Shop With Your Doc”

Weber Shandwick—Best Community Relations Campaign; “Honeywell Hometown Solutions & Safe Water Network – India”

Weber Shandwick—Best Disaster Relief Campaign; “Honeywell Hometown Solutions & Operation USA – Ngolos Elementary School”

Goldman McCormick Public Relations—Best Cause/Advocacy Campaign; “Truth for Nick Hillary”

Aflac—Outstanding CSR/Sustainability Executive; “Catherine Blades: Outstanding CSR Executive”

BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York—Best Corporate and Community, Non-Profit or NGO Partnership; “BlueCross BlueShield and Canalside Buffalo”

Silver Award Winners

Havas PR North America—Best Green/Environmental Campaign; “Earth To Paris: A Global Movement for Bold Planet Action”

Havas PR North America—Best Event Supporting a CSR/Reputation/Sustainability Campaign; “Earth To Paris: A Global Movement for Bold Planet Action”

Havas PR North America—Best Mid-Size Agency for Corporate Reputation and Good Works (over $10 Million to $20); Havas PR North America

St. Joseph Hoag Health—Best Social/Community Education Campaign; “Shop With Your Doc”

Aflac—Best CSR Campaign: Organizations $1 Billion – $5 Billion in Revenue; “Aflac: CSR Campaign”

HughesNet & Brodeur Partners—Best Campaign Supporting Education; “HughesNet & 4-H: Inspiring the next generation of leaders in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)”

State Street Corporation—Best Cause/Advocacy Campaign; “Investing Capital to Create Change: State Street’s ‘SHE’ Gender Diversity ETF Campaign”

Cabot Creamery Co-operative—Best Cause/Advocacy Campaign; “Reward Volunteers”

Cabot Creamery Co-operative—Best Community Relations Campaign; “Reward Volunteers”

American Heart Association—Best Cause/Advocacy Campaign; “CPR in Schools”

American Heart Association—Best Campaign Supporting Health; “CPR in Schools”

ERA Real Estate—Best Employee/Stakeholder Engagement Program for Good Works; “ERA MDA Summer Camp Challenge”

ERA Real Estate—Best Event Supporting a CSR/Reputation/Sustainability Campaign; “ERA Riber Run and Dance Party”

Ketchum—Best Cause/Advocacy Campaign; “Care Counts by Whirlpool”

Ketchum—Best Social/Community Education Campaign; “Care Counts by Whirlpool”

Ketchum—Best Campaign Supporting Education; “Care Counts by Whirlpool”

Astellas—Best Cause/Advocacy Campaign; “Astellas and the World Transplant Games Federation: Fit for Life!”

Astellas—Best Corporate and Community, Non-Profit or NGO Partnership; “Astellas and the World Transplant Games Federation: Fit for Life!”

Spectrum and Astellas Oncology—Best Cause/Advocacy Campaign; “The Astellas Oncology C3 Prize – Changing Cancer Care”

Spectrum and Astellas Oncology—Best Campaign Supporting Health; “The Astellas Oncology C3 Prize – Changing Cancer Care”

GCI Health—Best Use of Social Media to Communicate CSR/Reputation/Sustainability; “Pfizer Leverages Multi-channel Approach to Bring ‘Individual Voices’ to Life on Social Media”

Bronze Award Winners

Lip Taylor—Best Cause/Advocacy Campaign; “5th Anniversary of Camp Wonder and Cetaphil Partnership”

Ogilvy Public Relations—Best Social/Community Education Campaign; “Pfizer: VacciNation Campaign with Dr. Jennifer Arnold”

Ogilvy Public Relations—Best Campaign Supporting Health; “Pfizer: VacciNation Campaign with Dr. Jennifer Arnold”

Aflac—Best Annual Report on CSR and/or Sustainability; “Aflac: CSR Report”

Constellation—Best Green/Environmental Campaign; “Constellation & NHL – Power Game Day. Powering Every Day.”

GCI Health—Best Sustainability Campaign; “Pfizer Uses Augmented Reality to Bring to Life the UN Sustainable Development Goals”

GCI Health—Best Campaign Supporting Health; “Pfizer Uses ‘Individual Voices’ to Bring CSR Programs to Life”

City Developments Limited—Best Campaign Supporting Arts/Culture; “CDL Singapore Young Photographer Awards 2016”

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