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2015 Fundación MAPFRE awards 2015 Fundación MAPFRE awards

The annual Fundación MAPFRE Awards for 2015 have been presented and we would like to introduce the winners; men, women and organizations who all work to improve people's lives and contribute to making the world a better place.We thank them all for their dedication and commitment.

The jury's decision for each award will be notified to the participants and made public through our website, social networks and the media. The awards are presented at a public ceremony held in June each year.

Prize-Giving Ceremony 2016 Prize-Giving Ceremony 2016

PRIZE-GIVING CEREMONY 2016

Yet again, Queen Sofia presided the prize-giving ceremony of our Awards held at the Circulo de Bellas Artes in Madrid. The winners, all examples of generosity and dedication to others, were grateful for the awards at this emotional ceremony.

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2016 Award Winners 2016 Award Winners

AWARD WINNERS IN 2016

The 2016 winners need little introduction, as their merits are only too well known: the cardiologist Valentín Fuster for a lifetime dedicated to treating and preventing heart disease, the "Abandoned in the City Streets" program: "Help" project by the psychiatrist Luis Rojas-Marcos, for psychiatric support that Fundación Aladina provides to children with cancer and their families, and the World Class Driver risk prevention project by Grupo Alsa.

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Award winners in 2015 Award winners in 2015

AWARD WINNERS IN 2015

Her Majesty Queen Sofía, the European Federation of Road Traffic Victims (FEVR), the Acción Contra el Hambre Foundation and the Promoción Social de la Cultura Foundation (FPSC) were the winners in 2015. The values of Her Majesty Queen Sofía and her tireless work in support of the most vulnerable members of society, something that also distinguishes the other award-winners, led to the choice of winners this year. A great example to us all.

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Award winners in 2014 Award winners in 2014

AWARD WINNERS IN 2014

Plácido Domingo, YOURS (Youth for Road Safety), Fundación Colores de Calcuta and CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young) were the winners this year. Their work in support of families and children in difficult situations and on accident prevention programs, and the consistency and passion of a life dedicated to music, in the case of Plácido Domingo, were the attributes that distinguished the winners. A real inspiration for everyone.

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