The 2012 Social Innovation Awards

The 2012 Social Innovation Awards present a forum for companies and nonprofits to highlight their latest practical applications for advancing social and environmental responsibility and innovation throughout their organizations.

Since the Social Innovation Awards launched in early 2009, they have recognized companies that have implemented groundbreaking strategies and programs that drive social and environmental responsibility and innovation. The responses from the nonprofit and business communities have been overwhelming. Last year alone over 40% of the Fortune 100 participated in the awards program. Previous winners include Thomson Reuters Foundation, SAP, S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc., Nokia, Cisco Systems, Novo Nordisk, Herman Miller, Inc., Gap Inc., Better World Books, amongst other leading companies and organizations.

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