“As an up-and-coming nonprofit, effective communication is key to getting the word out about our programs,” said WideAwake.org president Frank Victor-McCawley.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 16, 2010
WideAwake.org, an innovator in directed giving to international charity, is proud to announce that its website is the recipient of a 16th Annual Communicator Awards Award of Excellence. The winning website introduces donors to local grassroots charity projects that do more good with less funding.
The Award of Excellence is the highest level of distinction in the Interactive category. With over 7,000 entries received from across the United States and around the world, the Communicator Awards is the largest and most competitive awards program honoring creative excellence in communications.
The Communicator Awards are judged and overseen by the International Academy of the Visual Arts (IAVA). Current IAVA membership represents a "Who's Who" of acclaimed media, advertising, and marketing firms including: Condè Nast, Coach, Disney, The Ellen Degeneres Show, Estee Lauder, HBO, Keller Crescent, Monster.com, MTV, Polo Ralph Lauren, Sotheby’s Institute of Art, Tribal DDB, Victoria’s Secret, Wired, Yahoo!, and many others.
“As an up-and-coming nonprofit, effective communication is key to getting the word out about our programs,” said WideAwake.org president Frank Victor-McCawley. “Our website is our primary line of communication, and we are so proud that it was honored by such a distinguished organization as the IAVA.”
“As we continue our mission to honor Creative Excellence for Communications Professionals, we were once again amazed at the high level of work we received for this year’s Communicator Awards,” said Linda Day, director of the IAVA. “With this year’s entries we found an increased awareness and reflection of the digital world in which we live, and our entrants always seem to find new and creative ways to push the envelope of possibilities across all mediums.”
A U.S. nonprofit organization founded in 2005, WideAwake.org supports the efforts of 14 charities in 12 developing countries. At WideAwake.org, people give wisely by choosing to support local charity projects that do more good with less funding. For more information, please visit http://www.WideAwake.org.
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