Celebrating Senior Community Engagement Professionals for Excellence and Stewardship of Companies
Applications Now Available: The Charles H. Moore Award for Leadership in Corporate Community Engagement
NEW YORK, May 4, 2015 /3BL Media/ - CECP, a coalition of 150 CEOs united in the belief that societal improvement is an essential measure of business performance, launched the applications for The Charles H. Moore Award for Leadership in Corporate Community Engagement. This award celebrates a corporate community engagement professional who demonstrates perseverance in the pursuit of societal advancement and provides a platform for companies to share their stories about addressing societal challenges and developing business strategies through purpose.
The application deadline is June 30, 2015 at 11:59 PM EDT. CECP encourages individuals from large companies--not only CECP-affiliated companies--to apply for this recognition. Applications for The Charles H. Moore Award are available online and require a nomination from a peer professional at a for-profit organization. Part of CECP’s Force for Good honors platform, the award is given to a leading corporate giving professional with a distinguished record of service in corporate societal engagement at a for-profit company with annual revenues in excess of $2 billion.
In 2014 CECP presented its first annual Charles H. Moore Award to Eileen Howard Boone, Senior Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility & Philanthropy, CVS Caremark and President, CVS Caremark Charitable Trust at the annual CECP Summit held in New York City for 250 corporate giving officers. CECP will be announce this year’s winner in front of fellow peers at the upcoming CECP Summit on May 19th at the Time Warner Center.
In addition to recognition at the annual Summit, The Charles H. Moore Award winner is featured on CECP’s website and highlighted in other communications channels including videos, images, social media, webinars and more. Additional information on The Charles H. Moore Award can be found on the CECP website.
The Force for Good honor categories include:
- Founders celebrates outstanding leadership by a CEO that has made the world a better place through business.
- Collaboration celebrates excellence by a CEO in leading an NGO-corporate partnership or corporate coalition.
- Lawrence A. Wien Legacy celebrates a graduate CEO who has made an impact in furthering corporate societal engagement in his or her years as a CEO and beyond.
- Pacesetter celebrates a CEO from a smaller company who has successfully integrated purpose into the business model.
- The Charles H. Moore Award for Leadership in Corporate Community Engagement celebrates a corporate community engagement professional who demonstrates perseverance in the pursuit of societal advancement.
CECP’s recognition of excellence program has a long history. CECP has hosted the Excellence Awards, recognizing leading corporate signature programs, for the last 15 years. In 2014, CECP introduced the Force for Good honors including the Force for Good CEO honors and the Charlie Moore Award, which recognize individual excellence in societal engagement. These honors are part of CECP’s broader recognition of excellence that celebrates companies in a way that is most meaningful for them.
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CECP is a coalition of CEOs united in the belief that societal improvement is an essential measure of business performance. Founded in 1999 by Paul Newman and other business leaders, CECP has grown to a movement of 150 CEOs of the world’s largest companies across all industries. Revenues of engaged companies sum to $7 trillion annually. A nonprofit organization, CECP offers participating companies one-on-one consultation, networking events, exclusive data, media support and case studies on corporate engagement. For more information, visit http://cecp.co.
About Force for Good Awards
Presented for the first time in 2014, the CECP Force for Good Awards are given to current and former CEOs and senior giving professionals who lead on making corporate societal engagement a priority in their companies and communities. CEO honorees are selected by the CECP Board of Directors and are presented at the Board of Boards event in front of the honorees' peers. Giving professional honorees are recognized at the CECP Summit.