Award Winners

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2013 Make Hunger History Awards Honorees

 

Leadership Cup
Appreciation for the commitment and efforts made by this year's Co-Chairs

  • Dan Campbell, EMC Corporation
  • B.J. Jenkins, Barracuda Networks
  • Jed York, CEO, San Francisco 49ers

Outstanding Youth
Recognition given to exemplary student supporters

  • Students of Delphi Academy
  • Sam Maxwell
  • Cole Spina

Outside the Barrel
Honor for outstanding innovation and creativity in drive efforts

  • GitHub
  • San Mateo County Library
  • Synopsys

Brass Ring
Any company or organization that earned 500,000 points or more in a single year

  • Adobe Systems
  • Applied Materials
  • Cisco
  • Cypress Semiconductor
  • Genentech
  • Google
  • NetApp
  • SanDisk
  • Synopsys

Corporate Food Bowl
Company with the highest per capita points and more than 50,000 total points in a single year

  • Cypress Semiconductor

Employee Food Bowl
Company with the highest per capita employee points (corporate gifts not included) and more than 50,000 points in a single year

  • Cypress Semiconductor

Million Pounds Club
Any company or organization that accumulates the equivalent of a million pounds of food. Totals accrue and are recognized in increments of 5 million pounds.

  • 50 Million:
    Cisco
  • 25 Million:
    Applied Materials
  • 1 Million:
    Dell SonicWALL

Corporate Champion
Company with the highest total points in each of three size categories

  • Fewer than 250 participants:
    Barracuda Networks
  • 250 - 1,000 participants:
    Cypress Semiconductor
  • More than 1,000 participants:
    Cisco

Bumper Crop
Group with incredible Food and Fund Drive growth

  • Atrenta
  • Proofpoint
  • Symantec

Outstanding Drive Coordinators
Recognition given to exemplary Food and Fund Drive coordinators

  • Kaitlyn and Emily Levin
  • Keren Pavese, EMC Corporation
  • Susana Meisenhelder and Enza Zabatta Pollifrone, Maxim Integrated
  • Anna Koch, San Mateo County Library

Community Champion
Non-corporate groups with the highest total points in each of the three size categories

  • Fewer than 250 participants:
    Carolee Hazard $93 Club
  • 250 - 1,000 participants:
    Woodside Priory School
  • More than 1,000 participants:
    Menlo-Atherton High School

Golden Apple
School group showing extraordinary effort

  • San Mateo School

Spirit Award
Outstanding faith-based food drive

  • First Congregational Church of Redwood City

Share Your Lunch Outstanding Achievement Award
The company or organization demonstrating the most excitement for ending childhood hunger

  • Coupons.com

Hunger Hero
Individual who demonstrates exceptional level of commitment to hunger relief

  • Carl Guardino, Silicon Valley Leadership Group

You may also view a PDF of the event program with a complete list of all award winners.