Corporate Partnerships Award
The Corporate Partnerships Award recognises the importance of NGOs working effectively with corporate companies to deliver their mission, recognising that business expertise and assets can play a vital role in international development.
As NGOs face ever-changing obstacles in delivering their work on the ground, new partnerships with private sector companies can support NGOs to widen their reach and impact.
Are you in a corporate partnership?
We are looking for NGOs that have successfully worked in a corporate partnership on a project to deliver their aims and make real change. A successful corporate partnership provides solutions to a core issue and leads to real impact. The partnership needs to add value to the NGO's work, whether that's sharing expertise or resources.
Your video and accompanying entry form will be judged on the following criteria:
- The narrative - how compellingly you tell the partnership's story
- The currency - how you interpret and respond to current global challenges through your partnership
- The reach - how the partnership expanded your reach
- The impact - the likelihood of impact and sustainability through your partnership’s work
- The success - how successful was the partnership in adding value
All of the points above must be addressed in your video entry. We will not accept any marketing videos that do not address the above.
How to enter
Deadline for entries: 5pm on Friday 12 October 2018. There are two parts to the application.
- Submit a short video (maximum one and a half minutes in .avi or .mp4 format). Click here to see our guidance on what the video should include - the video can be simple and you will not be judged on the production values. Please email this to firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline.
- Complete the accompanying entry submission form. Here you can provide further information about the entry and explain why you think you should win.
The video does not need to be sent at the same time as the form, but both parts of the application need to have been received by the deadline. Your entry will not be considered if we do not have both parts of the application.
Please note: you have to be a Bond member to enter. Please read the terms and conditions before entering.
Last year's winner and finalists
The judges selected three projects as the finalists, with the winner announced at the awards ceremony on 26 February 2018.
Winner: CARE International UK and GSK, Barclays Group and Living Goods
In 2015 CARE International, Barclays, GSK and Living Goods set up a social enterprise, Live Well, to promote healthcare access by sustaining thousands of motivated community health workers in Zambia.
Finalist: Amref Health Africa UK and Accenture
Amref, Accenture, the Vodafone Group, and the Kenya Ministry of Health have worked together on an ambitious project to use basic mobile phones to deliver robust healthcare training.
Finalist: VSO and Syngenta
VSO and Syngenta have been working to empower smallholders in Bangladesh since 2014. The project is now working with 10,000 farmers and has tripled farmers’ net incomes.