Winners 2017

The winner in the category "On Social Responsibility" - organization "Integration for Society" was founded in 1996. During its activities, the association has established and continues to develop the Social Rehabilitation Centre "Ratnieki", which provides assistance to people after their release form prisons and long -term homeless people. The center has two residential buildings for 20 people, a workshop for wood and metal processing, a gym and 2 ha of free land for futher development. The association has a status or public benefit organization, it employs 5 people - their job enthusiasts.

Winner in the category "Outstanding Commitment to Education Award”: Swedbank Latvia. The "Life-ready" project is Swedbank's contribution to improve the quality of education in Latvia and to make students more competitive in the future job market. The program provides motivation for learning and gives an idea of the professions in which the knowledge gained in school is used in life, as well as helping them learn new skills in real life and future careers - the 21st century skills.

The winner in the category "Exemplary Contribution to Health and Well-Being Award” is the association “For Latvian Children with Disabilities”. The association goal is to help children with movement disorders, improve their health, develop their ability to move and live well, and ensure the availability of the world-wide Biofeedback method in Latvia, which makes the method more accessible to more children.

Winner in the category "The Future of Latvia Award ": Vita Kalniņa, Head of the FamilyPsychological Support Center LĪNE. Vita Kalniņa has created a family psychological support center "LINE" in order to help practically the parents and children of Latvia to experience a healthy, loving and supportive relationship, which is the basis for the child's healthy personality development. In addition to counseling a psychologist and a psychotherapist, the center prepares the first emotional care mothers, thus providing support to pregnant women and mothers in the postnatal period and in the first years of life of the child.