About the Awards


                                









Winners of 5th CSR Impact Awards


Sr. No

Name of Applicant

Category

Title of Project

1

Narayana Health

Healthcare (Small)

Program HOPE
Program for Harnessing Oncological Preventive and Early screening activities (HOPE)

2

Vedanta Limited Lanjigarh

Healthcare (Large)

Project Aarogya

3

Tata Steel Limited

Healthcare (Large) (Special Mention)

MANSI (Maternal And Newborn Survival Initiative)

4

SV EduSports Pvt Ltd

Education (Small)

Road to School Project

5

Avanti Fellows

Education (Large)

Creating the next-generation technology leaders from
rural India

6

Rakshak Foundation

Skill Development (Small)

Jute Story Beyond Bars

7

Wipro General Electric Healthcare Pvt Ltd

Skill Development (Large)

GE Healthcare  Institute

8

Thriveni Earthmovers Pvt Ltd

Skill Development (Large) (Jury Recommendation)

Thriveni Industrial Security Academy (TISA)

9

Trust for Retailers & Retail Associates of India (TRRAIN)

Livelihoods

Pankh – Wings of Destiny

10

ShikharYuvaManch

Livelihoods

Holestic Rural Development Project

11

Jindal Steel & Power Limited (JSPL)

Environment

Natural Resource Management through Integrated Watershed Development & WADI (Orchard Development) in collaboration with NABARD and local implementing agency

12

LUPIN HUMAN WELFARE & RESEARCH FOUNDATION (LHWRF)

WASH (Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

River Rejuvenation Programme

13

Nuvoco Vistas Corp Ltd

Women Empowerment

‘SAMRIDHI’ – Providing an Alternative and Sustainable
Source of Livelihood and Facilitating Women
Empowerment through Mushroom Cultivation

14

KamlanayanJamanalal Bajaj Foundation

Rural Development and Infrastructure

Reviving Rivers/Streams for Improving the Farmers’ Lifeline (Yashoda Basin project)

15

Hero Moto Corp Limited

Special Category   (Old age, Specially Abled and others)

Project Enable

16

Cognizant

Employee Volunteering

100^4 Program in Education – 100 Schools, 100% Pass, 100% Graduation, 100% Employability

17

Tata Steel Limited

CSR Project of the Year 2017-18

Thousand Schools Programme (Enhancing School Education)

18

Hinduja Foundation

CSR Project of the Year 2017-18

शाश्वतग्राम – Sustainable Rural Development Program

19

Foundation for Excellence India Trust (FFEIT)

CSR Project of the Year 2017-18 (Jury Recommendation)

Sponsoring the education of academically gifted and financially deserving students in India pursuing degrees In Engineering (BE) and Technology (B. Tech) through a grant

20

ICICI Foundation for Inclusive Growth

CSR Foundation of the Year 2017-18

ICICI Foundation for Inclusive Growth

21

WPP India CSR Foundation for WPP India

Company with Best CSR Impacts

NA

22

Swades Foundation

CSR Implementing Agency of the Year 2017-18

NA




5th CSR Impact Awards 2018 

HOTEL J.W Marriott, Aerocity, New Delhi

Awards Ceremony: 24th Sept. 2018

Application Deadline : 8th Sept. 2018




The CSR Impact Awards is an initiative of NGOBOX to encourage companies, CSR   foundations and CSR implementing agencies to deliver high impacts through CSR projects and adopt multi-stakeholder approach, leading to excellence in project outcomes. This initiative focuses on identifying high impact CSR projects in 14 categories at Pan-India level. The Awards seek to appreciate project specific impacts made by the organizations in particular thematic areas, to set benchmark in projects planning, identification of partners and delivery of results


The Awards are presented in a gala ceremony during India CSR Summit & Exhibition every year. This year the event is being held at Hotel J W Marriott, Aerocity, New Delhi on 24th and 25th September 2018. The event information is available at www.indiacsrsummit.in . The 2018 Awards ceremony will be covered by one of the largest English news channels of India, CNN News 18, with telecast of a special episode on the channel.

We have partnered with institutions and organizations of repute to take collaborative steps to recognize CSR projects with excellence in delivering through partnerships, persistence and project or programme-based approach. This is the fifth edition of our annual Awards. The previous four editions of the CSR Impact Awards (2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017) were highly appreciated by companies, implementing partners and CSR foundations. The 2014 awards received entries from 35 of the BSE top 100 companies in India including ITC, Maruti Suzuki India, DLF, Hindustan Coca Cola, ACC, Essar, Tech Mahindra, Wockhardt etc. while in 2015 there were 42 applications from a range of organizations including Reliance Foundations, Dr Reddy’s Foundations, HPCL Ltd, Intel, Grasim, Ultratech, Bosch Ltd, Lupin Foundation, JK Lakshmi, L&T Finance, Hindustan Zinc, Vedanta, ACC, PVR, Sterlite Tech, WNS Global, UPL Ltd, Cholamandalam, JK Tyre etc.

This is the fifth edition of our annual Awards. The previous four editions of the CSR Impact Awards (2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017) were highly appreciated by companies, implementing partners and CSR foundations. The 2014 awards received entries from 35 of the BSE top 100 companies in India including ITC, Maruti Suzuki India, DLF, Hindustan Coca Cola, ACC, Essar, Tech Mahindra, Wockhardt etc. while in 2015 there were 42 applications from a range of organizations including Reliance Foundations, Dr Reddy’s Foundations, HPCL Ltd, Intel, Grasim, Ultratech, Bosch Ltd, Lupin Foundation, JK Lakshmi, L&T Finance, Hindustan Zinc, Vedanta, ACC, PVR, Sterlite Tech, WNS Global, UPL Ltd, Cholamandalam, JK Tyre etc.

In 2016, we received 75 applications from companies and foundations like HSBC, Intel, Renew Power, Tata Chemicals, Jubilant Foodworks, SRF Foundation, Dalmia Bharat, Essar Foundation, Cairn India, ITC, Lupin Foundation, DHFL, Biocon Foundation, Sterlite Technologies, Magma Fincorp, Jana Foundation, JSW, CRISIL Foundation, EdelGive Foundation, Aditya Birla Financial Services, ICRISAT etc.

In 2017, we received 94 applications from organizations like ICICI Bank Ltd, Moody’s Analytics, Dell India, Shapoorji Pallonji Group, Hinduja Global Solutions, Essilor, Canon India, Dabur India, SBI Foundation, HCL Foundation, Hyundai Motors, Mphasis, Toyota, Mahindra & Mahindra, Grasim, GNFC, NSE, MetLife, Rio Tinto, WNS, Humana People to People, Smile Foundation, Apollo Tyres, Pernord Ricard etc.

  • The applicant organization must be a company or CSR foundation/trust or an implementing partner (NGO/Tech partner) for CSR project and the project must have been supported by a company/CSR Foundation under its CSR initiative.
  • The applicant entity must have legal status as company/NGO/Trust/LLP and be registered in India or have a subsidiary/alliance in India.
  • The minimum duration of the project should be one week (Except Employee Volunteering category) and project must have been assigned/renewed or have been in continuation/completed in Financial Year 2017-18

CSR fund/budget year:FY2017-18

1

Healthcare

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

2

Education

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

3

Skills Development

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

4

Livelihoods

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

5

Environment

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

6

WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene)

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

7

Women Empowerment

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

8

Rural Development and Infrastructure

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

9

Special Categories (Old Age, Specially-abled and others)

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

10

Employee Volunteering Initiative

  1. A.      Small-Organization’s prescribed CSR up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large-Organization’s prescribed CSR INR above 1 Cr.

11

CSR Project of the Year 2017-18

  1. With annual project budget, up to INR 10 Cr
  2. With annual project budget, above INR 10 Cr.

 

Special Awards

12

CSR Foundation of the Year 2017-18  (only for CSR Foundations)         

  1. With annual budget, up to INR 10 Cr
  2. With annual budget, above INR 10 Cr.

13

Company with Best CSR Impacts (2017-18) Only for companies

  1. With annual prescribed CSR budget, up to INR 10 Cr
  2. With annual prescribed CSR budget, above INR 10 Cr.

14

CSR Implementing Agency of the Year 2017-18 (For implementing agencies only)

(Two awards)

 

Note: In case there are less than three entries in a category, the applications will be automatically evaluated under CSR Project of the Year 2017-18 category. The Jury has all the rights to evaluate applications in a category where the project fits best, even if the award application has been submitted in a different category.

 

 

5th CSR Impact Awards 2018 shall be awarded in following fourteen categories:

1.  Healthcare: Projects in healthcare, public health, preventive healthcare, use of technology in healthcare leading to better healthcare services or outcomes etc.

2.  Education: Projects in education, special education, awareness building, education infrastructure etc..

3.  Skill Development: Project in vocational skills and employability enhancement among children and youth etc.

4.  Livelihoods: Project in areas of creating livelihoods opportunities, sustainable livelihoods, economic empowerment, market-linkages for community products, agriculture value-chain, SHGs capacity building etc.

5.  Environment: This category covers projects in areas of energy, renewable energy, environmental sustainability, ecological balance sustainable transport, waste to energy, recycling, natural resource management, conservation, plantation etc.

6.  WASH: Projects in line with water and sanitation, hygiene, Swachh Bharat Mission, behavioral change for use of sanitation and push for cleanliness in project/programme mode etc.

7.  Women Empowerment: Promoting gender equality, Empowering women to participate fully in economic life across all sectors, setting up homes and hostels for women etc.

8.  Rural Development and Infrastructure:  A rural development and infrastructure project for better public facilities, better living conditions and improvement in terms of access, quality of life in rural area. For example, construction of road, bridge, community hall etc.

9.  Special Categories (Old Age/Specially-abled/armed forces etc): This is a broad category covering areas of old age-related work, road-safety, armed forces related projects, specially-abled persons, orphan children, street children etc. (covers areas not covered in any of the above categories)

10. Employee Volunteering Initiative: As employee volunteering has been listed as one of the CSR project/intervention area as per the Companies Act 2013, it would be good to understand how companies are engaging their employees for volunteering with communities or for a cause. (Please note that there is a specific form for this category).

11. CSR Project of the Year 2017-18 Award:  For an outstanding project that combines innovation with high impacts-delivery in any of the thematic areas. The applicant agency should be convinced that the project and its impact have merit to be recognized as ‘CSR Project of the Year 2017-18. 



Special Awards

There are few special categories of Awards that look at over-all organization/s engagement in projects or programs to maximize the impacts in relevant theme or overall impacts. These special awards look at how organizations have walked an extra mile to achieve visible and long-lasting impacts and how their efforts become a model for replication.

 

12. CSR Foundation of the Year 2017-18 (Only for CSR Foundations): The foundation set up by any company or consortium of companies either to manage CSR fund or to implement CSR projects can apply in this category. The broader evaluation parameters are how the foundation has successfully followed the CSR mandate of the company and how they have tried to deliver best possible impacts at the project or program level whether through direct implementation or through banking on the expertise of the other implementing partners.

13. Company with Best CSR Impacts in FY 2017-18(Only for companies): This category looks at the overall initiatives, impacts and sustainability of impacts through CSR. This is all about overall intend, efforts and impacts that an organization has made or have been making through its various CSR projects and programs. These initiatives can be stand alone project or through partnerships or association of more than one organizations’ collaborations.

14. CSR Implementing Agency of the Year 2017-18: This category caters to identifying two of the best CSR implementing agencies in India. The award looks at CSR partnerships with companies/CSR foundations, CSR projects & programs, focused approach towards solution to development challenges, CSR impacts and scalability of the operations in future.  

For categories 1 to 9 and 11:

This year the 5th CSR Impact Awards have been demarcated into two broad sections

a. Small Projects: Projects where FY 2017-18 CSR funding/budget was below INR 1.0 Cr.

b. Large  Projects: Projects where FY 2017-18 CSR funding/budget was INR 1.0 Cr. or above.

For category 10:

In case of the category 10, there will be two awards based on the jury’s decision.

For categories 12 and 13:

The two awards in each category will be demarcated as:

Small: With annual budget equal or below INR 10Cr.

Large: With annual budget above INR 10Cr.

For the category 14, there will be two awards for implementing agency of the year; one for the small grass-root organization and the other for the relatively large organization, based on the Jury’s discretion.

As the Awards aims to recognize project specific outcomes and impacts, both the funding agency and implementing agency get the due credit for the award.

*subject to minimum number of applications (3) required in each category

The overall objectives of the CSR Impact Awards are to:

  • Identify best CSR projects in key thematic areas and understand how organization are delivering high impact CSR projects
  • Highlight the success of CSR projects and commitment of the organizations by recognizing them at the national level
  • Motivate companies, CSR foundations and implementing partners to deliver high impact CSR projects through collaborative approach
  • Recognize businesses’ endeavor to partner with organizations delivering high impact
  • Enhance the exchange of CSR best-practices 
  1. Gain recognition in the corporate and development sector as a socially committed organization
  2. Increase your reputation and credibility at the national level
  3. Showcase your organization’s innovation and commitment to deliver impacts in alignment with Government’s focus on water and sanitation, healthcare, education, livelihood, skills development etc.
  4. Celebrate winning partnerships at the prestigious award ceremony
  5. Get media coverage and outreach for your project impacts: CNN News 18

Application period: Award application period: 15thMay to 08th Sept. 2018

Stage I Screening of Applications:  9th-11th Sept. 2018

Stage II Jury Round: 12th-15th Sept.2018

Award ceremony:24th Sept, India CSR Summit & Exhibition 2018, J. W. Marriott, New Delhi

 

(Applications shortlisted after the screening round, will be intimated for the Jury round date and slot by 11th September 5.00pm and will be required to be available for the video conferencing or skype-interaction with the Jury on the given slot.

CSR fund/budget year:FY2017-18

1

Healthcare

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

2

Education

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

3

Skills Development

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

4

Livelihoods

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

5

Environment

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

6

WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene)

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

7

Women Empowerment

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

8

Rural Development and Infrastructure

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

9

Special Categories (Old Age, Specially-abled and others)

  1. A.      Small project with up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large project with INR 1 Cr. or above

10

Employee Volunteering Initiative

  1. A.      Small-Organization’s prescribed CSR up to INR 1 Cr.
  2. B.      Large-Organization’s prescribed CSR INR above 1 Cr.

11

CSR Project of the Year 2017-18

  1. With annual project budget, up to INR 10 Cr
  2. With annual project budget, above INR 10 Cr.

 

Special Awards

12

CSR Foundation of the Year 2017-18  (only for CSR Foundations)         

  1. With annual budget, up to INR 10 Cr
  2. With annual budget, above INR 10 Cr.

13

Company with Best CSR Impacts (2017-18) Only for companies

  1. With annual prescribed CSR budget, up to INR 10 Cr
  2. With annual prescribed CSR budget, above INR 10 Cr.

14

CSR Implementing Agency of the Year 2017-18 (For implementing agencies only)

(Two awards)

  • One special invite will be sent to the CEO/Top management of the Award-winning organization in each of the categories
  • Each application comes with one delegate pass for India CSR Summit & Exhibition 2018 (J. W. Marriott, Aerocity, New Delhi)

 

For Category 1 to 9 and 11

Application Fee/Category/Application

CSR Project Budget in 

FY 2017-18

Companies /CSR Foundations

CSR Partners/NGOs

CSR Project spending of above INR 1.0 Cr.

INR 30000+ GST

 

Total INR 35400

 

 

INR 12000+ GST@18%

 

Total INR 14160/- Application

CSR Project spending of INR

Up to 1.0 Cr.

INR 20000+ GST

 

Total INR 23600

 

For Category 10

INR 20,000+GST, Total INR 23600

For Category 12 and 13

INR 30,000+GST, Total INR 35400

For Category 14

INR 15000+GST, Total INR 17,700

  • If an organization is willing to submit a project in more than one category, the additional fee is INR 10620/-(all-inclusive) additional for each additional category for the same project.
  • If an organization is submitting two separate projects in two different categories, they have to submit the fee as per the category application fee as mentioned in the table above.

Fee needs to be paid in cheque/DD in favor of ‘Renalysis Consultants Pvt Ltd (Payable at Ahmedabad for DD). The cheque/DD should be sent along with the application form. For organizations willing to transfer fee through NEFT, please note down the following account information:

Account Holder: Renalysis Consultants Pvt. Ltd

Account Number: 50200008642388

Account Type: Current

Bank: HDFC Bank Ltd

Branch: Shikohpur (Haryana)

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Email csr@ngobox.org

Mobile: 9560352170, 9971429654 (Ms. Shilpi Jain)

 

You can also submit the fee by credit card/debit card/netbanking using the Payumoney link here https://www.payumoney.com/webfronts/#/index/NGOBOX-Payment NGOBOX-Payment (Select the option-Award fee)

Stage I: Screening round

This will be entirely based on the application form filled by the organization. The detailed application form has been divided into various sections.

The stage-I screening will be done by a group of three different experts for each of the category. These three experts for each category evaluation will represent different organizations, with a mix of thematic expertise, project management expertise and business engagement acumen.

Stage II: The Jury Round

After the screening round top 50% of the applications in each category will be processed for the Jury round, where the short-listed organizations’ representative will be presenting the project to the Jury via video-conferencing or skype call. A prior notice of the same will be given 3- days before the scheduled call/slot.

 

The Jury Members

The names of the Jury member for each of the category will be announced on the event website by 30th June 2018.

 

Feedback Mechanism

Applications that reach to the Stage-II of the evaluation will receive a feedback from the Jury members to help the applicant organisations to improve on reporting on CSR projects.

Application Templates

Application forms/templates can be downloaded from the event website http://indiacsrsummit.in/csr_impact_awards.php?p=applicationprocess (CSR Impact Awards section)or write to us atcsr@ngobox.org

 

How to Submit the Applications

Please send filled in form and application fee to the address below and email a copy to bhomik@ngobox.org and  ngobox2012@gmail.com. Hard copy of the application and fee details need to be sent at the following address:

 

NGOBOX (Renalysis Consultants Pvt Ltd)
B-1005, Titanium Heights, Opp. Vodafone House, Corporate Road, Prahalad Nagar,
Ahmedabad 380051 (Gujarat)

 

 

Terms & Conditions

1. The award is a voluntary initiative of NGOBOX (Renalysis Consultants Pvt Ltd) in association with a few like-minded organizations. The assessment process for the applications has been published in public and any individual or organization can’t challenge it. All applicants agree to this.

2. The applicant, by applying for the awards category, agrees with the decision and outcome of the process laid out in this document.

3. The application fee for the award is non-refundable and non-transferable.

4. If an application does not fit-well in the category applied for, the Evaluation Partner/Jury may consider it for other best-fit category.

5. Incomplete application form will not be accepted and application fee will not be refunded.

6. The organizers can ask for more information from applicants during the application assessment process.

7. If at any stage of the evaluation, the Award host organization comes to know that the information provided in the form is not correct or does not present the facts, then the application will be rejected.

8. Applications should be submitted in the given format only.

9. If due to insufficient numbers in a particular category of awards, entries are not adjudged, the fee will be refunded back to the applicants of that particular category.


4th CSR Impact Awards 2017

Award Category

 

Winner

Project Title

Healthcare

Moody’s Analytics Knowledge Services

SNEH (Sustainable Nutrition Education and Health)

Healthcare - Implementing Agency

 

Wockhardt Foundation

Mobile 1000

Education

 

EMC Software and Services India Private Limited (Dell)

School Adoption Program

Education - Implementing Agency

 

Humana People to People India

TheKadam Step-Up Programme

 Skill Development

 

ICICI Foundation for Inclusive Growth

Skill Development, Sustainable Livelihood and ICICI Digital Villages

Skill Development - Implementing Agency

 

Sri Chaitanya Seva Trust

Skill Development

Livelihoods

 

ICICI Foundation for Inclusive Growth

Skill Development, Sustainable Livelihood and ICICI Digital Villages

Environment

 

 

 

Rio Tinto India

Creating a Natural Habitat- Environment for a Vulture Safe Zone.

WASH (Water, Sanitation & Hygiene)

 

Toyota Kirloskar Motor Private Limited

ABCD [A BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE DEMONSTRATION]

UNDER HEALTH & HYGEINE

 Women Empowerment

 

Indraprastha Gas Limited

Building Bonds through Gender Sensitization

Rural Development & Infrastructure

 

 

 

Hindalco Industries Limited, Unit: Birla Copper

Rural Development and Infrastructure

Special Categories (Old Age, Specially-abled and others)

 

 

 

Spark Minda Foundation

Saksham : Care for Person with Disability

 Employee Volunteering Initiative

 

 

 

Dell International Services India Private Limited

Enhancing the impact of Dell Youth Learning partner Learning Links Foundation

 Employee Volunteering Initiative

 

Canon India Private Limited

Canon Involve- Employee Vonunteering Initiatives

 CSR Project of the Year (2016-17)

 

Synchrony International Services Private Limited

Prison Inmate Welfare Initiative

CSR Foundation of the Year (2016-17)

 

mjunction

1. ejunction digital learning program (DLP)

2. ejunction employability linked program (ELP)

3. School Integration Program (SIP)

 CSR Foundation of the Year (2016-17 )

 

 

Mphasis F1 Foundation

1. Arivu Disha

2. Make India Accessible

3. SkillTrain

 Company with Best CSR Impacts (2016-17)

 

 

 

Grasim Industries Ltd : Vilayat Unit

1. Aajeevika Project

2. BalSanskar Project

3. “Tandrusti Aapna

Hath Ma” -

Healthiness in our

Hand

 CSR Implementing Agency of the Year ( 2016-17)

 

Krushi Vikas Va Gramin Prashikshan Sanstha

Mitigating drought to support families in distress

by promoting soil water conservation and

supporting interventions in an integrated manner


3rd CSR Impact Awards 2016

Category

Brand

Organization

HealthCare

 

Biocon Foundation

Education

 

Cohesion Foundation Trust

Livelihood

 

ICRISAT-JSW

Environment

 

CAIRN Energy Ltd.

WASH

 

TATA Chemicals Society for Rural Development (TCSRD)

Women Empowerment

 

Jana Foundation (Janalakshmi Financial Services)

Rural Development & Infrastructure

 

Ultra Tech Cement

Employee Volunteering

 

TATA Chemicals Society for Rural Development (TCSRD)

CSR Project of the Year (2015-16)

 

Magma Fincorp

CSR Foundation of the Year (2015-16)

 

Dalmia Bharat Foundation

Company with the best CSR Impacts (2015-16)

 

ReNew Power Pvt Ltd.

CSR Implementing Agency of the Year (2015-16)

 

Humana People to People India

 


2nd CSR Impact Awards 2015 - Winners

Category

Brand

Organization

Healthcare

 

SpandanSamajSeva Samiti

Education

 

PVR Nest

Livelihoods

 

Ultratech Cement Ltd Unit: Birla White

Environment

 

ACC Madukkarai Cement Works

WASH

 

Hindustan Zinc Ltd

Rural Development and Infrastructure

 

Ultratech Cement Ltd Unit: Birla White

Women Empowerment

 

Grasim Industries limited

CSR Project of The Year

 

Intel Technology India Pvt Ltd

CSR Foundation of the Year

 

Lupin Human Welfare & Research Foundation

 


1st CSR Impact Awards 2014-Winners

Category

Brand

Organization

HealthCare

 

ACC Limited, Lakheri Cement Works

Education

 

Maruti Suzuki India Limited

Livelihoods

 

ITC Limited

Environment

 

Participatory Learning Action Network and Training (PLANT) Trust

Grass-Root Project

 

Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (India)

Special Category

 

Childreach India

CSR Project of The Year (2013-14)

 

 Biocon Foundation

CSR Innovation

 

SRF Foundation






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