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Committee for Children Wins 2019 Communicator Award

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CONTACT: Shauna McBride, smcbride@cfchildren.org, 206-612-8718

 

SEATTLE — Committee for Children (CFC), the global leader in research-based social-emotional learning (SEL) programs, has been recognized by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA) as a 2019 Communicator Award Winner for its Captain Compassion: Imagine a World Without Bullying campaign. The campaign received the Award of Distinction in the category of Integrated Campaign: Social Responsibility.

With over 6,000 entries received from across the US and around the world, the Communicator Awards is the largest and most competitive awards program celebrating creative excellence by communications professionals. The annual competition honors the best in advertising, corporate communications, public relations and identity work for print, video, interactive and audio.

“We are extremely proud to recognize the work received in the 25th Annual Communicator Awards. This class of entries we received this season embodies the ever-evolving marketing and communications industry” noted Derek Howard, director of the AIVA. He added, “On behalf of the Academy, I’d like to applaud the entrants this season for their dedication to producing outstanding content as they continue to push the envelope of creativity.”

Equipped with the superpower to inspire others to be kind and respectful in the face of adversity, Captain Compassion, the character at the center of Captain Compassion: Imagine a World Without Bullying, is a socially conscious superhero parents can use to help communicate the approachable, research-based bullying prevention information from the campaign site, CaptainCompassion.org.

“We’re extremely proud to be recognized by the AIVA as a Communicator Award Winner,” said Joan Cole Duffell, Committee for Children’s executive director. “This award is a testament to the dedication and hard work our team invested in creating a new and engaging way for parents to teach kids how to prevent and stop bullying.”

About the Communicator Awards

The Communicator Awards is the leading international awards program honoring creative excellence for marketing and communications professionals. Founded by passionate communications professionals over two decades ago, The Communicator Awards is an annual competition honoring the best digital, mobile, audio, video, and social content the industry has to offer. The Communicator Awards is widely recognized as one of the largest awards of its kind in the world.

The Communicator Awards are judged and overseen by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA), a 600+ member organization of leading professionals from various disciplines of the visual arts dedicated to embracing progress and the evolving nature of traditional and interactive media. Current AIVA membership represents a “Who’s Who” of acclaimed media, advertising, and marketing firms including: PureMatter, Condè Nast, Disney, Republica, Tinder, MTV, Starbucks, Fast Company, Tribal DDB, Yahoo!, and many others. See aiva.org for more information.

Please visit www.communicatorawards.com for more information.

About Committee for Children

Committee for Children is a nonprofit on a mission to ensure children everywhere can thrive emotionally, socially and academically. Best known for our innovative social-emotional learning (SEL) curricula that blend research and rigor with intuitive program design, we empower children and their adults with skills that help them realize their goals in the classroom and throughout their lives. Since 1979, we’ve been connecting experts in the field to share experiences and advance the cause of educating the whole child. A force in advocacy, we’re helping pass policies and legislation that place importance on creating safe and supportive learning environments. Today our programs reach more than 14 million children in over 70 countries worldwide. By lifting up children today, we’re helping them create a safe and positive society for the future. Learn more at cfchildren.org.

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