WE GIVE HOPE FOR THE FUTURE, ONE CHILD AT A TIME

AWARDS


2021


JUNE


BRAVO SUSTAINABILITY AWARDS

HOPEgenesis was awarded at the Bravo Sustainability Awards 2021 in the BRAVO SOCIETY section infertility”


2021


ΜΑΥ


THALIS II: Mapping and Evaluation of Greek Non-Profit Organizations

HOPEgenesis in the quality part of the evaluation process in the final results per field of action was rated with 4 out of 4 stars.


2021


FEBRUARY


BEST MEDICAL BIRTH & FERTILITY SERVICES – GREECE

HOPEgenesis NPO won the “Best Medical Birth & Fertility Services – Greece” award at the European Social Care 2021 Awards organized, by Global Health and Pharma (GHP) Magazine.


2020


FEBRUARY


HELLENIC RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS AWARDS 2020.

On 24 February 2020 at the Benaki Museum on Piraeus Street, HOPEgenesis NPO won the GOLD award for NGO of the year.


2019


DECEMBER


BRAVO SUSTAINABILITY AWARDS

On 18 December 2019 at the Athens Concert Hall, HOPEgenesis NPO received the award in the BRAVO SOCIETY category. The award was for practices developed with a view to reinforcing social cohesion and contributing to the mitigation of essential social problems.


2019


MAY


THE HELLENIC INITIATIVE 4TH ANNUAL LONDON GALA.

On 23 May 2019 HOPEgenesis NPO was invited to the event and honoured for its work and social contribution. The Hellenic Initiative is an organisation that acknowledges and supports the fight against declining birth rates.


2018


OCTOBER


THE EUROPEAN CITIZEN’S PRIZE

On 9 October 2018 the European Parliament in Brussels awarded the 2018 European Citizen’s Prize to HOPEgenesis NPO.
The aim is to support actions that promote European cooperation. The prize was awarded following the proposal of MEP Elissavet Vozemberg.


2018


SEPTEMBER


HEALTH CARE BUSINESS AWARDS 2018

On 11 September 2018 at Anais Club, HOPEgenesis NPO was honoured by HEALTH DAILY – BOUSSIAS COMMUNICATIONS with the bronze prize in the category of Contribution to the Health Sector by an NGO for its innovation and development initiatives in relation to the birth deficit in the health sector.