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SPJIMR, Mumbai Launches the India NGO Award 2006 - Western Region
SPJIMR's Centre for Development of Corporate Citizenship - West Zone Screening Partner

Mumbai, June 30, 2006: S. P. Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR) today launched India's first national NGO award the ‘India NGO Award 2006 - Celebrating Success... Rewarding Excellence' (Western Region) at the Press Club in Mumbai. The Award instituted by Resource Alliance and sponsored by the Nand and Jeet Khemka Foundation would see SPJIMR's Centre for Development of Corportate Citizenship support the assessment process as screening partner for the Western Zone.

Seen here from left to right: Ms. Usha Menon, Chairperson, Resource Alliance India, renowned social activist and fashion designer Shaina NC, Prof. Nirja Mattoo, Chairperson, Centre for Development of Corporate Citizenship (DOCC), SPJIMR and Ms. Payal Randhawa, Representative The Nand and Jeet Khemka Foundation at the launch of India NGO Award 2006

Endorsed by renowned designer and social activist Ms. Shaina NC, the India NGO Award 2006 is a Resource Mobilization Award to recognize and celebrate achievements of non-profit organisations in India. The Award, being instituted for the first time this year will focus on issues of governance, impact and accountability.

Ms. Usha Menon, Chairperson, Resource Alliance India said, "Fund-raisers in most developing countries face a number of challenges including low credibility for the non-profit sector and a shortage of good role models. Though successful examples of resource mobilisation exist, they are not widely known about. As a result, relatively few non-profits venture into the field of local fund-raising and donors are slow to support initiatives in this direction."


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Nidhi Garg,
Consultant, LINOpinion,
The Lintas Public Relations Division, Mumbai.

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