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2009

CECP

E
XCELLENCE
A
WARDS IN
C
ORPORATE
P
HILANTHROPY

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Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy

2009

E
XCELLENCE
A
WARDS IN
C
ORPORATE
P
HILANTHROPY


Corporate Excellence Award

Application




On

June

2,

2010
, the Committee Encourag
ing

Corporate Philanthropy (CECP) will recognize t
hree

companies with CECP E
xcellence Awards. Since 2000, the awards have been presented annually to
companies demonstrating outstanding CEO commitment, dedication to measurement, innovation
, and
partnership

in corporate philanthropy
.
For the second
year
,

t
he awards
event
, which al
so

includes an
award for a non
profit organization, will be hosted by CECP

during the annual Corporate Philanthropy
Summit
.
Visit
the Events section of
CECP’s

W
eb

site for more information:
CorporatePhilanthropy.org.


ELIGIBILITY



Eligibility for this award is

limited to businesses

in the private sector.



Companies may be publicly or privately held and applications ar
e encouraged from all industry

sectors, geographical regions, and workforce sizes
.



Applications must be submitted for the legal global corporate
entity. Applications from
subsidiaries, member companies or other constituents will not be accepted
.
However, the
specific program featured in the application may be directly tied to a subsidiary, member
company or other constituent.



NEW
: The specific pro
gram nominated must have been in existence for at least 12 months.



Prior award recipients are not eli
gible to apply for 4 years (
large company
award winners
since
2004 and small company award winners since 2005
may reapply this year
)
.
Prior
corporate
a
ward

winners

include
: Western Union and Liquidnet (2008),

PNC Bank and Moody’s (2007)
,

GSK
and salesforce.com (2006),

Cisco and Grand Circle (2005)
,

GE, Novart
is, and Arch
Chemicals (2004),
Pfizer

and Hasbro (2003)
,

Target and Whole Foods Market (2002),
IBM

a
nd
Timberland (2001)
,

and
Merck

(2000)
.



AWARD

CLASSIFICATION

Companies apply

in one of three

size c
ategories:



Chairman’s Award
: public or private company with revenues
equal to or greater than

US
$
20
bn



President’s Award
:

public or private company with rev
enues
between
US$5
bn

and
US$20
bn



Founder’s Award
:

public or private company with revenues less than
US$5
bn


EXCELLENCE AWARD APPLICATION

DEADLINE

December
4
, 200
9



Email completed electronic
application

to:
Info@CorporatePhilanthropy.org




List subject as
: Excellence Awards


C
orporate
A
pplication

(company name)


AWARDS PRESENTATION



CEO OR CHAIRPERSON MUST ACCEPT AWARD



The CEO or Chairperson

is required to accept the Excellence
A
ward in person at the

awards
event

on
June

2
,
2010
in New York City
.
If
he or she is

not able to
attend, an alternate
winner
will be selected
.
Confirmation of attendance will take place following the judging process in
late
January
.



CECP will work with
winning

companies to ide
ntify press opportunities for media coverage.


QUESTIONS

Contact CECP at
Info@CorporatePhilanthropy.org

or at (212) 825
-
1000.


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XCELLENCE
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WARDS IN
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ORPORATE
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Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy

2009

E
XCELLENCE
A
WARDS IN
C
ORPORATE
P
HILANTHROPY



Corporate Excellence Award


Company
Information


Company Name
:









CEO Name
:









Address
:













Contact Person
:








Email
:










Title
:









Phone
:











Website
:











Please
check one box to indicate
company location:


Headquarters based in the
U.S
.


City and State:
















Headquarter
s based i
nternationally (outside the
U.S.
)
.


City and
Country
:
















Please
check one box to indicate the award category
to which you are applying
:


Chairman’s Award:

public or private company
with revenues
equal to or greater than

US
$
20bn


President’s Award:

public or private company with revenues
between US$5 bn and US$20

bn


Founder’s Award:

public or private company with revenues equal to or less than
US$5

bn


Is your company involved in any litigation that CECP should know about relative to this award?

It is your responsibility to notify CECP if these circumstances change prior to
June 2
,
20
10
.


Yes

No


Do you p
articipate in CECP’s Corporate Giving Standard measurement
survey
?


Yes

No If yes, for how many years?
0



Year

Total

Revenues


Pre
-
Tax

Profit

#

Employees

Cash

Giving

Non
-
Cash
Giving
(FMV
,
includes
pro
-
bono
service
)

Total

Givi
ng

(Cash +

Non
-
c
ash
)

# Volunteer
Hours

(paid)

# Volunteer
Hours

(unpaid)

Year 1

$






$






0

$






$






$






0

0

Year 2

$






$






0

$






$






$






0

0

Year 3

$






$






0

$






$






$






0

0

Year 4

$






$






0

$






$






$






0

0


NOTE:


Programs featured in your application sh
ould be active
and should continue

into 20
10
.


PERMISSION:
Information provided in this application may be used by

CECP to promote best practices and share with the media.




Yes

No

Provide
global
financial and giving
data for the past 4 years
.

(
P
rovide full dollar value
s

in
millions

of US$
, Year 1 should represent the most recently completed
fiscal year, Year 2 should be the year before that, etc.)




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Overarching Philanthropic Strategy





Cultural

Integration



CEO Leadership












Program Example



Measurement, Partnership and Innovation

1.

S
tate
the overarching mission, areas of focus, and objectives of
your corporate
philanthropy
.
(limit
1000
characters

including spaces
, note: paragraphs can be added once
text is complete without character penalty
)

>









2.

Describe

your giving strategy

over

the past
four

years

and e
xplain how and why your
giving
may have

changed
over

time
.
Include h
ow the

economic environment

has/has
not

impacted your giving portfolio and objectives
.

(limit
750

characters

includin
g spaces
)

>








3.

In what ways is

your philanthropy align
ed
with your
company’s business objectives,
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獴s慴敧i敳
?

(limit
1000

characters

including spaces
)

>








4.

What was the
primary
motivation
behind developing your philanthropy
strategy? What
process
did you follow to roll

out this effort?

(limit 750 characters

including spaces
)

>









5.

Provide two examples on how this
strategy

is embedded into the culture of your
company. Demonstrate the depth of this relationship for your business and employees.


(
limit each example to 75
0 characters

including spaces
)

a.








b.







6.

Provide

two

examples of
how
your CEO

and senior management

have
helped to
integrate philanthropy into the
corporate culture, driving the
internal

objectives of your
philanthropy programs
.
(limit each example to 500 characters

including s
paces
)



a.







b.







7.

Provide
two

examples of how your CEO

and senior management

have driven your
company to achieve the

external

objectives of your philanthropy programs
.

(limit each example to 500 characters

includi
ng spaces
)


a.







b.








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The example included in this section of the ap
plication will be evaluated as the

case study for
your company’s
overall
philanthropy s
trategy.

Applicants are encouraged to select their
company’s signature, most significant philanthropy initiative to present to the jury.




9.

Describe how you worked with a partner to advance this program and explain your
respective roles in the partnership.

Include any areas of partner capacity
-
building.

(limit 750 characters
, including spaces
)


>












13.

Is this program a

multi
-
year
partnership
?

Have you taken

steps to ensure the
sustainability of this initiative
? If so, please describe.

(limit 750 characters
, including
spaces
)


>











14.

Was this

program designed to be

sc
aled
? If so, what
actions are you taking

to scale
the
program

domestically and/or internationally
?
(limit
750

characters
, including spaces
)


8.

De
scribe
the

philanthropy
program
you would like the jury to evaluate in this
application
.
(limit
each response

to
75
0

characters

including spaces
)


a
.
Program f
ocus

and
s
tated
g
oals

>








b
.
Total
corporate i
nvestmen
t for this program

-

(cash

and

non
-
cash

including pro
-
bono
)

2009: US$






Since inception of program: US$







c.
Accomplishments

to
d
ate
(outcomes such as # of students graduated or level

of employee
involvement
,
limit 750 characters, including spaces
)

>








d.
What
a
bout this
p
rogram

d
istinguishes
i
t from
o
ther
companies’
c
orporate
p
hilanthropy
s
trategies?

(limit 750 characters, including spaces)

>







10.

Describe the impact
of
th
is

p
rogram on

the target community/
communit
ies and the
business.

What

performance indicators or data have you
tracked

that demonstrate the
impact of this initiative?

(limit 1000 characters including spaces)

>









11.

Provide an example o
f how you

modified you
r philanthropy program as a result of
quantifi
ed

findings.
(limit
1000

characters

including spaces
)

>








12.

What
anecdotal
feedback have you received from stakeholders?

(limit 750 characters

including spaces
)

>









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>









15.

Was the
program
designed to be
replicable
,

transferable
and/
or inspirational
to other
co
rporations, nonprofits, or government
s
?

Please provide examples.


(limit
750

characters
, including spaces
)


>









16.

Explain the two most important
lessons
learned through your partnership.


(limit each response to 500 characters
, includin
g spaces
)



a.









Summary


17.

Why do
es

your company deserve this award?


(limit
750

characters
, including spaces
)

>









END


EMAIL COMPLETED ELECTRONIC APPLICATION TO:
Info@CorporatePhilanthropy.org



b.