Community Partnership Award Documentary Video Recognition

For the past 26 years, Mutual of America has produced award-winning documentary videos featuring the remarkable work being accomplished by Community Partnership Award national award-winning programs.

The Community Partnership Award documentary video serves as a valuable tool to expand public awareness of these programs and of the organizations that run them, and helps attract additional partners and sponsors.

Over the years, Mutual of America has won more than three dozen Telly Awards, which honor excellence in video and television. Most recently, the Company received national recognition in the 42nd annual Telly Awards competition for its documentary video about the 100 Scholars Robotics Alliance, the 2020 Community Partnership Award-winning program.

“The video has been such a useful tool in getting our mission and message across,” said Kevin Gooch, Chairman of 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc., which created the 100 Scholars program with partners as a way to help African-American youth excel in the classroom and build life skills.

To watch videos of each of the 26 national award-winning programs, visit the official YouTube channel for the Mutual of America Foundation Community Partnership Award.

Recognition from the Community Partnership Award and the video has allowed Humanim to continue to highlight our mission and our work of improving neighborhoods across Baltimore.”

Cindy Plavier-Truitt President and CEO of Humanim, winner of the 2018 Community Partnership Award for its Baltimore City Deconstruction Project

We are thankful to Mutual of America for capturing through video the importance of our work of ensuring that all survivors of human trafficking have access to trauma-informed services when seeking medical attention.”

Kay Buck

CEO of Cast, winner of the 2019 Community Partnership Award for its Survivor Advocate program

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