Changes

Jump to: navigation, search

Timeline of Helen Keller International

45 bytes removed, 14 October
no edit summary
| 2004 || || ". After the 2004 tsunami, we distribute multi-micronutrient Sprinkles® as part of the large-scale relief efforts. "<ref name="Our History"/>
|-
| 2005 || Recognition by HKI || "The Helen Keller Visionary Award was established in 2005 to recognize institutional friends whose generosity and innovations advance our mission. The first recipient in 2006 was H.J. Heinz Company and William R. Johnson, Chairman, President & CEO. "<ref name="Our History"/>
|-
| 2005 || Recognition by HKI || The Helen Keller Legacy Award is established to recognize the significant on-going support of an institution for the work of Helen Keller International. In the same year, the Helen Keller Visionary Award is established "to recognize institutional friends whose generosity and innovations" advance HKI's mission.<ref name="Helen Keller International Award Recipients, 1960–2019"/>
|-
| 2006 || Recognition by HKI || "The Helen Keller Visionary Award was is established in 2005 to "recognize institutional friends whose generosity and innovations advance our mission". The first recipient in 2006 was H.J. Heinz Company and its chairman, president & CEO William R. Johnson, Chairman, President & CEObecome the first recipient. "<ref name="Our History"/>
|-
| 2006 || Recognition by HKI || International law firm {{w|Sullivan & Cromwell}} receives the Helen Keller Legacy Award.<ref name="Helen Keller International Award Recipients, 1960–2019"/>
|-
| 2006 || Recognition by HKI || American ophthalmologist {{w|Alfred Sommer}} from {{w|Johns Hopkins University}} receives the Spirit of Helen Keller Award.<ref name="Helen Keller International Award Recipients, 1960–2019"/>
|-
| 2006 || Recognition by HKI || The {{w|H. J. Heinz Company}} and William R. Johnson, chairman, president and CEO of the former, receive the Helen Keller Visionary Award.<ref name="Helen Keller International Award Recipients, 1960–2019"/>
|-
| 2007 || Recognition by HKI || The Helen Keller Humanitarian Award is established "to recognize the significant support of individuals or institutions for their sustained humanitarian efforts around the world."<ref name="Our History"/>
|-
| 2007 || Recognition by HKI || Daniel G. Sisler, Ph.D, Retiring Chair of HKI Board of Trustees, receives the Spirit of Helen Keller Award.<ref name="Helen Keller International Award Recipients, 1960–2019"/>
|-
| 2007 || Recognition by HKI || American global pharmaceutical company {{w|Allergan, Inc.}} and David E.I. Pyott, CBE, chairman of the board, and CEO of the former receive the Helen Keller Legacy Award.<ref name="Helen Keller International Award Recipients, 1960–2019"/>
|-
| 2008 || Recognition by HKI || [[w:Gordon Gund|Gordon]] and Llura Gund, co-founders of the Foundation Fighting Blindness, receive the Spirit of Helen Keller Award.<ref name="Helen Keller International Award Recipients, 1960–2019"/>
|-
| 2008 || Recognition by HKI || {{w|Merck & Co.}} and its President & CEO Richard T. Clark, become the first recipients of The Helen Keller Humanitarian Award.<ref name="Our History"/>|-| 2008 || Recognition by HKI || {{w|Merck & Co.}} and [[w:Richard Clark (business executive)|Richard T. Clark]], chairman, president and CEO of the former, receive the Helen Keller Humanitarian Award.<ref name="Helen Keller International Award Recipients, 1960–2019"/>
|-
| 2009 || Recognition || HKI receives the 2009 Champalimaud Award for its blindness prevention work in developing countries.<ref name="Our History"/>
20,297
edits

Navigation menu