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Chief Executive’s Corporate Citizenship Awards

 Corporate Citizenship LogoThe awards nomination deadline has passed. Please check back with us in January when we announce the winners.

About the Awards
The Corporate Citizenship Awards honor corporate contributions (money and time) that have meaningfully improved communities, be they local, national or global. Winners for the 2017 program have been selected in 10 categories:

  • Culture and Arts
  • Education (K-12)
  • Education (Higher Ed)
  • Environment
  • Sustainability
  • Community/Economic Development
  • Health/Social Sciences
  • Disaster Relief
  • Children
  • Civic and Public Affairs

Programs also have been separated based on whether they are from small, medium or large companies.

There was no charge to enter nor participate. Top corporate executives, their teams who lead citizenship efforts and the charities/not-for-profits with whom they partner have been invited to celebrate together at an event in New York City in January 2017.

Benefits of participation include your ability to:

  • Recognize key employees involved in such initiatives
  • Demonstrate your own leadership toward charitable involvement at work
  • Honor and bring attention to the causes you and your company care about
  • Inspire other CEOs to improve their communities and our nation

If your:

  • CEO involvement is meaningful
  • Cause is strategically linked to your business mission
  • Program clearly shows some innovation (beyond just writing check)
  • Involvement is collaborative with a cause or organization
  • Your impact is clear on an individual, group, regional, state, national, or global level

Winners are companies whose initiatives were deemed to have had the most compelling impact on their local, national or international communities.

A gala celebration will be held to honor the awardees in January in New York.

In addition, editorial coverage of the gala and interviews with winners will appear in the January/February issue of Chief Executive magazine and subsequently on the website, ChiefExecutive.net.