Excellence Awards

CECP Announces Jury-Selected Winners of the 2015 Excellence Awards and CECP Board Recognition of Force for Good CEO Honorees

PepsiCo and PwC US Recognized for Purpose Programs that Align with Business
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New York, NY, February 23, 2015 /3BL Media/ – CECP, a coalition of 150 CEOs who believe that societal improvement is an essential measure of business performance, announced today that PepsiCo and PwC US are the recipients of the 15th annual Excellence Awards. These companies were chosen by an independent jury as global leaders in

CECP Presents 2014 Excellence Award to Direct Relief for Exemplary Collaboration with FedEx

Eileen Howard Boone, CVS Caremark, Recognized as a Force for Good
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New York, NY, May 20, 2014 /3BL Media/ CECP, a coalition of 150 CEOs united in the belief that societal improvement is an essential measure of business performance, presented its 2014 Directors’ Award to humanitarian aid organization Direct Relief for its collaboration with FedEx. Their joint program Ensuring Access to Health During Emergencies

CECP Announces Winners of the 2014 Excellence Awards

Cargill and PG&E Recognized for Effective Community Engagement that Aligns with Business
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2013 Excellence Awards in Corporate Philanthropy: Applications Available Now!

Apply Today to Add your CEO to the List of Excellence Awards Winners
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2013 Excellence Awards Application Period Open: Applications Due September 7, 2012.

(3BL Media) July 23, 2012 - Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy’s Excellence Awards in Corporate Philanthropy are a powerful platform for sharing the story of outstanding corporate giving programs. Winners join an impressive cadre of exemplary programs.   

CECP Announces Excellence Awards Selection Committee

Comprised of an esteemed multidisciplinary jury
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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 applications will be reviewed by a distinguished selection committee from the corporate, nonprofit, government, investment, consulting, media, and academic communities.

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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 applications will be reviewed by a distinguished selection committee from the corporate, nonprofit, government, investment, consulting, media, and academic communities.

CECP Excellence Awards Deadline Approaching

Applications due Dec. 1, 2010, by 11:59 PM EST
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CECP's Excellence Awards in Corporate Philanthropy are among the most coveted awards in the field, drawing an extraordinary pool of applications each year.

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CECP's Excellence Awards in Corporate Philanthropy are among the most coveted awards in the field, drawing an extraordinary pool of applications each year.

Intel's Reflection on Winning CECP's Excellence Award

2010 Chairman's Award Winner
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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.

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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.

The PND Blog features conversation with CECP Director Margaret Coady

Discusses key findings for corporations and nonprofits from CECP report "Shaping the Future"
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In this Q&A, Laura Cronin, director of the Toshiba America Foundation, speaks with CECP Director Margaret Coady about Shaping the Future: Solving Social Problems through Business Strategy, a new CECP report based on research by McKinsey & Company. The conversation includes an explanation of Sustainable Value Creation with concrete company examples, guidance for companies in choosing the right issue to address, and shows how this strategy can directly aid a company's ability to compete. Coady also provides advice for nonprofit leaders on how to interact with corporations now.

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In this Q&A, Laura Cronin, director of the Toshiba America Foundation, speaks with CECP Director Margaret Coady about Shaping the Future: Solving Social Problems through Business Strategy, a new CECP report based on research by McKinsey & Company. The conversation includes an explanation of Sustainable Value Creation with concrete company examples, guidance for companies in choosing the right issue to address, and shows how this strategy can directly aid a company's ability to compete. Coady also provides advice for nonprofit leaders on how to interact with corporations now.

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