On 9 August 2019, Save the Children was a part of the prestigious ‘CSR Summit & Awards’ event held in New Delhi. The event was a one-of-a-kind gathering that brought together Corporates, NGO’s and CSR and Industry Experts talking about the past, present and future of CSR in the current landscape. The event recognized the contributions made in the area of CSR and at the same time explored new avenues to help take Corporate-NGO collaborations to the next level.

The CSR Awards 2019 honoured and celebrated the innovation and contribution that CSR practices provide to our economy and society. Save the Children is the proud recipient of not one but two awards at the ‘CSR Summit & Awards’ under these two categories – Most Committed NGO Award and NGO Leadership Award.  Charu Sethi, Deputy Director – Growth Initiatives and Chair – Global Corporate Partnerships Group at Save the Children received the award.

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