Catalyst 2030 Awards

For Systemic Change

Awards | 2022

Catalyst 2030 announced the winners of the Catalyst 2030 Awards for Systemic Change | 2022 at Althorp House in Northamptonshire, UK on 22 June 2022.

The online, global awards ceremony, hosted by renowned BBC journalist Emily Kasriel and author, entrepreneur and Chief Growth Officer at Clearco, Ruma Bose, celebrated organisations that are driving co-creative collaborations that are confronting some of the world’s most pressing problems, such as poverty, illiteracy, health crises and access to education.

Sixty finalists were selected from more than 200 Catalyst 2030 member nominations. The overall criteria for the Awards were developed from the collective expertise of Catalyst 2030 members, building on the movement’s solid frameworks for catalytic systems change work.

“The awards finalists are all involved in important and impactful systems change work, presenting our independent jury with the difficult task of selecting just a handful of winners in each of the four award categories, ranging from corporates, governments and donors, to bilateral and multilateral organisations across the globe, from Africa and the Americas to MENA, Europe and Asia Pacific,” said Sohini Bhattacharya, Co-chair of the Awards Committee.

Certificates and trophies, designed by artisans from The India Arts Project and Creative Dignity, were presented to 15 Catalyst 2030 Awards winners. View the awards design process here.

Ceremony

Finalists and Awardees | 2022

Corporates

SAP, Germany —AWARDEE
L’Oreal Paris, India —SPECIAL RECOGNITION
Itaú, Brazil
Lavazza Group, Italy

Donors

1. Leader in Learning

Azim Premji Foundation, India —AWARDEE
Pathy Family Foundation, Canada
Paul Hamlyn Foundation, United Kingdom
Veddis Foundation, India
Wellspring Philanthropic Fund, United States

2. Leader in Trust

Pathy Family Foundation, Canada —AWARDEE
Women Moving Millions, United States —SPECIAL RECOGNITION
HalfMyDaf, United States
Human Capability Foundation, United Kingdom
Wellspring Philanthropic Fund, United States

3. Leader in Partnership

Wellspring Philanthropic Fund, United States —AWARDEE
Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
Veddis Foundation, India
Women Moving Millions, United States

4. Leader in Collaboration

Cartier Philanthropy, Switzerland —AWARDEE
H&M Foundation, Sweden
MacArthur Foundation, United States
Wellspring Philanthropic Fund, United States

Governments

1. Africa

Ministry of Health/Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho —AWARDEE
Kwale County Government and Ummah Initiative Group, Kenya

 2. Americas

Alcaldía de Condoto, Colombia —AWARDEE
City of Orlando, Florida, United States —AWARDEE

 3. Asia Pacific

Victorian Government, Australia —AWARDEE
State of Maharashtra, India

 4. Europe

Government of France, (Pact for Impact), France —AWARDEE
Government of Spain, Spain

 5. MENA

Bahrain Science Centre for SDGs (BSC), Bahrain —AWARDEE
Government of Jordan Social Security Corporation (SSC), Jordan

Bilaterals and Multilaterals

European Commission, Belgium —AWARDEE
Global Affairs Canada – “Canada Helping Women and Girls” Initiative, Canada —SPECIAL RECOGNITION
Sida – Regional Cooperation in Africa, Sweden

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