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2011 CWLA Corporate Awards

Each year during its national conference, CWLA designates one outstanding member of corporate America for the National Corporate Advocate of the Year Award. This company is selected for its exceptional, unparalleled commitment to children, youth, and families on a national scale. Also at the National Conference, CWLA designates several corporations for the Corporate Friend of Children Awards. The winning companies are selected for their outstanding commitment to children, youth, and families at the state, regional, or local level. Winners will be invited to accept the award during CWLA's 2011 National Conference, The State of Children and Families: Building an Effective National Voice, which will be held March 27-30, 2011, in Washington, DC.

All CWLA member agencies are invited to submit nominations for the National Corporate Advocate of the Year Award and the Corporate Friend of Children Awards. Nominations are accepted only from CWLA member agencies.

Nominations for the 2011 awards are being accepted through September 24, 2010. Electronic submissions are strongly preferred, and can be sent to Cassaundra Rainey, 718-828-0300, ext. 298.

Corporate Advocate of the Year

Selection Criteria
  • A demonstrated willingness to engage in partnerships and activities with organizations that benefit children, families, and communities on a national level.

  • A sustained patterned of charitable giving that supports children's issues. Scope and impact of the partnership must be on a national level.

  • Corporate personnel and management policies that promote the well-being of its employees and their families.

  • Corporate giving and philanthropic activities that benefit children, youth, and families both within and outside the corporate family. Scope and impact of philanthropic activities must be on a national level.

  • Corporate products that are not harmful to children and families or their physical environments.

  • Company policies that promote and respect the values of diversity and community.

  • Senior leadership who embrace the values of community and corporate citizenship and attempt to incorporate these values into the everyday life and strategic planning process of the company.
Past Winners

Nomination Forms

Download the nomination form:

Corporate Friend of Children

Selection Criteria
  • A demonstrated willingness to engage in partnerships and activities with organizations that benefit children, families, and communities on a local, state or regional level.

  • A sustained pattern of local, state, or regional activities or charitable giving that benefits children, families, and communities.

  • Corporate personnel and management policies that promote the well-being of its employees and their families.

  • Corporate giving and philanthropic activities that benefit children, youth, and families both within and outside the corporate family. Scope and impact of the philanthropic activities are on the local, state, or regional level.

  • Corporate products that are not harmful to children and families or their physical environments.

  • Company policies that promote and respect the values of diversity and community.

  • Senior leadership who embrace the values of community and corporate citizenship and attempt to incorporate these values into the everyday life and strategic planning process of the company.
Past Winners

Nomination Forms

Download the nomination form:


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