Best CSR Partnership? Your Vote Decides.

Best CSR Partnership? Your Vote Decides.

Amway, Caterpillar, Deloitte, Microsoft, Qualcomm, and their nonprofit partners ask for your vote
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Since Sept. 15, more than 6,300 people have voted in the 2010 Partnership Award. Cast your vote today!

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The Partnership Award, presented by the U.S. Chamber BCLC, is CSR's people's choice award! The winner will be selected by online public voting between Sept. 15 and Nov. 5, 2010. Be part of the judging process now!

  • Amyway and Kids Food Basket are fighting children's hunger in Michigan through excellence in operations and processes (Read more)

  • Caterpillar and CHF International leveraged a strong partnership to quickly respond with expertise and resources to the Haiti earthquake (Read more)

  • Deloitte and College Summit increased college enrollment rates in low-income communities through the use of skilled volunteers, pro bono work, and financial contributions (Read more)

  • Microsoft and NetHope deploy information and communication technologies to improve the effectiveness of 31 international humanitarian organizations (Read more)

  • Qualcomm and the Grameen Foundation have created income opportunities in a country where 75% of the populations lives on less than $2.50 a day (Read more)

More than 6,000 votes have been cast since September 15th. Please help tell the positive story about companies and NGOs working together to solve important social issues. Once you cast your vote, spread the word! 

Wednesday, October 6, 2010 - 4:31pm


Since 2007, the U.S. Chamber BCLC has presented the annual Partnership Award, part of the prestigious Corporate Citzenship Awards program. Recently described on a USA Today blog as a “version of the Oscars with a philanthropic twist,” this award category is unique — the winner is decided by YOU.

In this video, BCLC Executive Director Stephen Jordan shares some background on each finalist: Amway, Caterpillar, Deloitte, Microsoft, Qualcomm, and their NGO partners.

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