Excellence Awards in Corporate Philanthropy

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Excellence Awards in Corporate Philanthropy

CECP's Excellence Awards in Corporate Philanthropy are among the most coveted awards in the field, drawing an extraordinary pool of applications each year. Presented annually since 2000, these awards are juried by an external Selection Committee that is comprised of representatives from the corporate, nonprofit, government, social investment, foundation, and academic communities. Winning companies and nonprofit organizations must demonstrate the standards of excellence in corporate giving: CEO Leadership, Innovation, Dedication to Measurement, and Partnership.

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Distinguished Cross-Sector Leaders Join 2013-2014 CECP Advisory Committee
October 16, 2013, New York, NY /3BL Media/ – CECP announced today the selection of its 2013-2014 Advisory Committee. The Advisory Committee members include leaders from the corporate, non-profit, consulting, government, media...
Oct 16, 2013 12:30 PM ET
CECP Excellence Awards: Applications Due on November 16
CECP’s Excellence Awards in Corporate Philanthropy, now in their 12th year, recognize the significant role that corporations and their nonprofit partners play in solving societal problems. Applications are now available for these prestigious awards, and the deadline is Wednesday, November...
Nov 9, 2011 11:05 AM ET
CECP Announces Excellence Awards Selection Committee
Applications for CECP's Excellence Awards in Corporate Philanthropy, among the most coveted awards in the field, are due on December 1, 2010 at 11:59 PM. Submitted...
Nov 30, 2010 9:00 AM ET
CECP Excellence Awards Deadline Approaching
CECP's Excellence Awards in Corporate Philanthropy are among the most coveted awards in the field, drawing an extraordinary pool of applications each year.
Nov 23, 2010 12:00 PM ET
Intel's Reflection on Winning CECP's Excellence Award
Intel Foundation President Shelly Esque shares her company's perspective on the process of applying for and winning CECP's Excellence Award in Corporate Philanthropy in 2010. She encourages prospective applicants to apply, saying that the process was very useful in helping Intel to continue to develop its programs and measure their impact.
Oct 14, 2010 1:00 PM ET

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