Call for Entry from NGOs – 8th Spirit of Humanity Awards 2017

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The 8th Spirit of Humanity Awards invite nomination from NGOs working across 10 categories for the welfare of humanity. Spirit of Humanity is a national-level knowledge sharing, capacity building and recognition platform for the social sector in India.

Over the years, Spirit of Humanity has attracted thought-leaders, industry experts, who’s who from the corporate, CSR, Government and academia, along with the Best-in-Class NGOs across India.

Spirit of India Awards is hosted by the Americares Foundation India. The Spirit of Humanity Award was launched by Americares India in 2010. Americares India is a health-focused relief and development organization that saves lives & improves health for people affected by poverty or disaster.

Award Categories

The nominations for the Awards are invited under the following categories:

  • Animal Welfare
  • Child Care
  • Disability
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Girl Child
  • Health
  • Livelihood
  • Sports
  • Women Empowerment

Who Can Apply

NGOs, charitable organizations and Trusts registered in India and engaging in charitable work for a minimum of 3 years. Winners of Past Spirit of Humanity Awards in the last 3 years cannot re-apply in the same category.

Application Dates:

The Nominations can be made between 12 April 2017 and 12 May 2017. Interested and prospective organisations can apply directly through the Spirit of Humanity Awards website by clicking here.

For further information, contact:

Team Spirit of Humanity
Tel: +91 22 6556 8098

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