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A Safe Haven Foundation Named as Winner-Receipt at the Publicity Club of Chicago’s Golden Trumpet Awards

On May 30th, A Safe Haven Foundation was awarded as a recipient of the Silver Trumpet Award by the Publicity Club of Chicago. Selected for their excellence, creativity and reach of their Non-Profit Annual Report, A Safe Haven Foundation is honored and humbled to receive this great distinction.

“We’re so proud of the programs, initiatives and people we serve at A Safe Haven, and honored to be receiving this award for our efforts,” stated A Safe Haven Founder and Chicagoan of the Year Winner, Neli Vaquez-Rowland.

Each year, the Publicity Club of Chicago presents the Golden Trumpet Awards to businesses around the Chicagoland area who show distinguished achievement in the planning, creativity and execution of public relations and communication initiatives. This distinguished honor is broken into various categories and levels of recognition (Golden Trumpet, Silver Trumpet and Lifetime Achievement) including efforts in marketing, social media, branding, reports, and a variety of exposure/public relations fields.

In addition to the Silver Trumpet, A Safe Haven Foundation’s President Vasquez-Rowland was honored at the White House’s Rotary Day in April as one of its “Champions of Change”. She was also honored as a “Community Impact’ Hero by the American Red Cross and awarded the Humanitarian Award at the 9th Annual Pride of Performance Awards in New Jersey. This year, A Safe Haven Foundation was featured in a Univision two-part special as well as being the benefactor of the nation’s largest auto show with the Most Successful Food Drive – rounding out their impressive list of accomplishments to date.

For more information about A Safe Haven Foundation, please visit: http://www.asafehaven.org/

Written by Chris Foltz

Chris Foltz is a renowned brand development catalyst, celebrated inspirational speaker and Managing Director of the Silicon Valley based advisory practice Responsible Solutions Ltd. From his roots in partisan politics, to a battle with drug addiction, 119 days in county jail, and losing everything to the point of homelessness, Chris has re-established himself as one of the most engaging initiators of social impact and development in the nation, and some would consider – the world.

 

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