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When organizations are submitting a CSR Award nomination,try as much as possible to provide comprehensive information that will enable the judges to thoroughly evaluate the entry. To facilitate the judging process and enhance the chances of success, organizations should have the following information readily available:
- Contact Information: Organization name, address, and contact details. Contact person’s name, title, email, and phone number.
- Category Selection: Select the category or categories for which you are submitting the nomination using the online nomination form
- Executive Summary: A concise overview of the CSR initiative, highlighting its key objectives, outcomes, and significance.
- Strategy and Implementation: Describe the strategy and approach used to implement the CSR initiative. Explain how the project was executed, including timelines and key milestones.
- Measurable Outcomes: Present quantitative and qualitative data on the impact of the CSR initiative. Include metrics, statistics and measurable outcomes that demonstrate the initiative’s success.
- Innovation and Creativity: Highlight any innovative or creative approaches used in the project. Briefly explain how these approaches contributed to the initiative’s effectiveness.
- Partnerships and Collaborations: Specify any partnerships, collaborations or alliances formed during the project. Describe the roles and contributions of each partner.
- Sustainability and Long-Term Impact: Explain how the CSR initiative contributes to sustainability and long-term positive impact.
- Challenges Faced: Address any challenges, obstacles, or setbacks encountered during the project. Describe how these challenges were overcome or mitigated.
- Corporate Values Alignment: Show/explain how the CSR initiative aligns with the organization’s core values, mission, and vision.
- Supporting Documents: Include any relevant documents, reports, photographs, videos, testimonials, or additional materials that support the nomination.
By preparing and presenting this information thoughtfully and comprehensively, organizations can provide judges with a clear understanding of their CSR initiatives and increase their chances of receiving recognition and awards for their outstanding efforts in CSR and sustainability.