The winners for the fourth annual Global Good Awards (formerly CSR Awards) have been announced, sponsored by Revive paper. Award winning journalist, Martin Wright provided the keynote whilst Futerra’s Ed Gillespie compared at the fully vegan ceremony hosted at BMA House in Tavistock Square.

The awards rewarded organisations big and small, from Hackney’s innovative ‘Toast Ale’, made from bakery leftovers, to GSK for their fundraising work with Save the Children, to partnerships between community organisers Project Dirt, and FMCG giants, Unilever. Even football club, West Ham, received a silver award and London’s The Soap Co. were multiple award winners, in partnership with agency The Communications Store.

The coveted ‘Outstanding Individual Corporate Leadership’ award was taken by James Thornton of Client Earth for winning several landmark cases on air quality. The Crown Estate won the ‘Overall Excellence in Corporate Responsibility’ with projects delivering on their promise of ‘creating brilliant places’, ahead of Belazu Ingredients. Graham Construction received a Special Judges Award for the Folkstone Harbour Regeneration project.

Global Good CEO, Karen Sutton said: “The Global Good Awards continues to grow in its fourth year. In 2018, we wanted to broaden the scope to reach organisations of all shapes and sizes and were absolutely blown away by the diversity and calibre of the results.”

She added: “A huge congratulations to all our winners, runners up and ones to watch and thank you to our hardworking judges, sponsors and partners, without whom The Global Good Awards wouldn’t exist.”

Headline sponsor, Danny Doogan, Director of Marketing and Sustainability at Denmaur Independent Papers, said:

“We’ve loved being a sponsor for the Global Good Awards for the second time running. It’s so inspiring to see all of the good work happening in sectors from soap manufacture to snacks, charitable giving and printing. Congratulations to our winners!”

The evening’s ‘freshly eco’ dress code, vegan menu and choice of venue (Green Tourism Gold Award winning BMA House), as well as totally sustainable event design are all part of the innovative Global Good Awards’ desire to ‘be the change’ and design an awards ceremony that pushes the boundaries of what it means to put on a sustainable event. The evening’s credentials were underlined by sponsors, Denmaur’s Revive brand’s impressive credentials.

This will be the second consecutive year of Denmaur’s involvement – Revive was the headline sponsor at last year’s National CSR Awards at Lord’s cricket ground. Denmaur has been a household name in the paper industry for 35 years, with a customer base comprising of printers, publishers, designers and a large cross section of end users who buy paper directly for their print requirements. Carbon Balanced through WLT since 2016, protecting over 600 acres of land. Also one of few that make 100% recycled brilliant white paper.

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