Award for community involvement offered to HOSPICE Casa Sperantei by Revista Biz.
EAPC Poster Award, at the 16th edition of The World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care EAPC (23-25 May, Berlin, Germany).
Asist. Univ. Dr. Nicoleta Mitrea was awarded by The American Association of College of Nursing (AACN) – End of Life Nursing Education Consortium, during the ELNEC Award Winners 2019, as one of the five leaders in Nursing from Central and Eastern Europe, with outstanding achievements in education, clinical practice, advocacy and research in Palliative Care.
Award for changing for the better in Romania – Wall-street Gala
Jury Prize: “Developing and piloting an integrated palliative care curriculum for the residents in medical oncology ONCOPAL” awarded during the third edition of COPAC awards.
“Long road NGO” – awarded by Bucharest Running Club at the 10th year anniversary.
Excellency Award in the Euro Constructions Awards, event organized by Agenda Constructiilor
Prize for changing the better in Romania – Wall-street Gala
1st prize at the category Projects and Campaigns of Social Responsibility to promote the 20% fiscal facility as a method of involvement for the business environment in supporting the non-profit sector. Civil Society Gala
2nd prize at the category: Programs for the development of the HOSPICE centre in Bucharest. Civil Society Gala.
Prize for the best fundraising campaign of a large non-profit organization. HOSPICE Casa Speranţei, Braşov, for the Edelweiss Month that generated 89.915 lei that transformed into free palliative care services offered to patients suffering from incurable illnesses cared by HOSPICE. People for people gala.
Excellency Award for showing in the last 22 years that it is an organization that knows what to do in order to offer quality services that people can rely on. Only in 2013 they helped 2.672 children and adults suffering from incurable illnesses. This year they managed to finalize a project that they were working on for a long time, the opening of a Hospice in Bucharest. People for people Gala.
The best fundraising campaign of a large organization for raising 1.1 million lei so that the incurable patients can have a dignified end. 118 companies have joined the campaign and contributed with 20% of the profit tax. People for people Gala.
First Prize at the category “Social Assistance Services” for the project “We care together”, funded by the VODAFONE Foundation, Civil Society Gala.
Second prize at the category: “Social Involvement” for the project “Guinness Record for the largest marathon running team”, Civil Society Gala.
Volunteering Award – VODAFONE Foundation.
Prize for the best volunteering project of the year in Health system.
Excellency award for activity, Academica Medica Gala, organized under the aegis of the Academy of Scientists in Romania.
1st Prize for Social Involvement, Civil Society Gala
1st Prize for CSR campaigns and projects, Civil Society Gala.
2nd Prize, Civil Society Gala
Prize for the most promising NGO brand in Romania, The most promising Romanian Brand Gala organized by Seed Consultants.
Excellency Diploma for involvement into the community, People for People Gala.
Best fundraising coordinator prize, People for people Gala.
“Carol Davila” Award for the private medical institution of the year – 2009
1st Prize at the Civil Society Gala, 2009 edition – section “Social Services for the underprivileged categories.
Performance diploma to promote medicine in Braşov as well as special activities happening in 2008, awarded by The College of Medics in Braşov and the Medical School of Transylvania University, Braşov.
Special Award at the Civil Society Gala for the campaign “Do not waste any moment! Keep it close!”
“Confidential” Awards at the Social Campaigns category, for promoting Palliative Care in Romania and Eastern Europe.
2005 and 2006
Award for social involvement in fundraising campaigns in the People for People Gala.
2003: HOSPICE Casa Speranţei is recognized as one of the 5 centres of excellence in palliative care for Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia, according to an international study by the University of Sheffield investigating 475 centres in 28 countries.
Life-time member in IAHPC (International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care),
Founding member and partner in EUPCA (European Palltiatve Care Academy)
Collectiv member in EAPC (European Association for Palliative Care)
Founding member of ANIP (Asiciatia Nationala de Ingrijiri Palitaive)
2014: Centre for excellence in Nursing for palliative care