- The jury will be chaired by the subdelegate of the Andalusian Government in Campo de Gibraltar, Javier Rodriguez Ros
- Gerardo Landaluce, president of the Port Authority of the Bay of Algeciras, joins this year
The subdelegate of the Government of Andalusia in Campo de Gibraltar, Javier Rodriguez Ros, will chair the jury, where he will be supported by the vice president of Social Welfare of the Commonwealth of Municipalities of Campo de Gibraltar, Jessica Barea; the president of the Port Authority Bay of Algeciras (APBA), Gerardo Landaluce; and Alba Benitez, representing the professionals of Cepsa; in addition to the heads of Fundación Cepsa in Andalusia and Campo de Gibraltar, Jesus Velasco and Estrella Blanco, respectively.
Fundación Cepsa has received a total of 328 projects from across all regions in which the awards are run: Canary Islands, Campo de Gibraltar, Autonomous Community of Madrid, Huelva province, Portugal and Colombia.
2022 Social Value Award Candidates
The aim of the awards is to recognize and promote social initiatives that foster the inclusion and well-being of disadvantaged groups or individuals, as well as to promote these values among Cepsa staff, who will be sponsors of these projects, introducing the entities interested in participating in these awards. There will be up to €65,000 in prize money for the Campo de Gibraltar area. In total, some €435,000 will be awarded to the best social projects in all the areas in which the competition is being run. In this edition, projects related to sustainability and ecological transition will be valued.
Employees’ Special Award
Since 2012, Cepsa staff themselves have given out an Employees’ Special Award as part of the Social Value Awards. Cepsa professionals will choose five winners from among the 14 projects selected by the various panels in Spain, Colombia and Portugal, and the results will be announced in mid-December.