Hope and Homes for Children won the Gold Award at the LACP Spotlight Awards for the best annual report

The Annual Report for 2015 of Hope and Homes for Children Romania received the gold medal at the Spotlight Awards Global Communications Competition 2016, an international competition organized by the League of American Communications Professionals (LACP). The report also ranked 47 in Top 100 Communications Materials 2016 within the same competition.

The Hope and Homes for Children Annual Report obtained 98 points out of a maximum of 100 for the Annual Reports category. The material received a maximum score for design, creativity and relevance. Matei Schwartz and Andrei Câmpan from cns | Creative Factory were the authors of the concept and design of the report.

We appreciate this work as being exceptional, which led us to rate it with 98 points out of the maximum of 100. The text is remarkable, the graphic is outstanding and the report shows a very high level of creativity. We believe that the audience will appreciate this work as a very clear and relevant one, which shows the success of this project, sending a very persuasive and easily applicable message. We congratulate the entire team of Hope and Homes for Children Romania and those who brought their contribution to this work. We believe this report to be among the best communications materials in 2016”, said Christine Kennedy, Managing Director LACP, about our organisation’s Annual Report.

We are very happy to receive this award and it comes as recognition of the work done by the Hope and Homes for Children team. The fact that the Annual Report came so close to the maximum score and it was so well-received and appreciated gives us the confidence and hope that our message reaches the right audience in the best form possible and this can bring us closer to achieving the vision of our organization: a world in which children no longer suffer the drama of institutionalization”, declared Otto Sestak, National Director of Hope and Homes for Children Romania.

The 2016 edition of the Spotlight Awards Global Communications Competition had the largest number of participants and works that entered this competition so far. 1,500 works from 300 companies and organisations in dozens of countries entered the Spotlight and Magellan Awards competitions, turning these events into highly competitive ones. The jury assessed the materials only based on their qualities, without taking into account the size of the organisations, their areas of activity, their income or other factors.