The Community - Women's Health and Wellbeing awards category took center stage, honouring companies significantly impacting women's lives at the community level. This award celebrates companies' outstanding efforts to positively impact women's lives at a community level. Through their remarkable contributions to mental health & safety, and dismantling systemic barriers, they lead the way toward a brighter and more inclusive future that prioritizes the well-being and empowerment of women. Let’s take a look at the winners from this category!
Recognized for their dedication to providing free mental health support to women of all backgrounds.
A wave of applause filled the room as Harriet Ekperigin, Vice President of Mental Health at GreenShield, took the stage. GreenShield was recognized for its unwavering dedication to providing free mental health support to women from all walks of life. By breaking down barriers and making mental health services accessible, GreenShield has become a beacon of hope for women seeking support through their GreenShield Cares program.
Honoured for their dedication to breaking down barriers in building financial literacy for women, providing educational resources, and fostering an inclusive approach to financial education, Interac & Conscious Economics empowers women to take control of their financial futures.
Peter Seney, Corporate Citizenship Manager at Interac, Rhiannon Rosalind, CEO of Conscious Economics, and Aseel El-Baba, CWE & Founder of Holistic Optimal Wealth, ascended the stage. Interac, in collaboration with Conscious Economics, was honoured for its exceptional efforts in breaking down barriers and building financial literacy for women.
Canadian Center for Women's Empowerment
Honoured for their dedication to helping victims and survivors of economic abuse.
Meseret Haileyesus, CEO of the Canadian Center for Women's Empowerment, took the stage to accept the award. The Canadian Center for Women's Empowerment is honoured for its unwavering dedication to helping victims and survivors of economic abuse. Through their comprehensive support programs and resources, they have become a lifeline for women facing economic challenges and abuse.