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I am writing today to announce the opening of the CEB’s 2016-17 Community Investment Grant application
process. We are seeking applications from innovative nonprofits in India.
About CEB
CEB is a best practice insight and technology company. In partnership with leading organizations around the
globe, we develop innovative solutions to drive corporate performance. CEB equips leaders at more than
10,000 companies with the intelligence to effectively manage talent, customers, and operations. CEB is a
trusted partner to 90% of the Fortune 500, nearly 75% of the Dow Jones Asian Titans, and more than 85% of
the FTSE 100.
About CEB Corporate Citizenship
CEB Corporate Citizenship, the philanthropic arm of CEB, seeks to provide the social sector with the same
unparalleled intelligence and resources that CEB provides corporate-sector clients. At CEB, we believe that the
most pressing problems facing leaders and their organizations have often been addressed—and solved—by
other organizations. This is true in both the corporate and social sectors. At CEB we focus our social sector
efforts on driving NGO performance. We have a unique view into what matters—and what works – and we
apply proven practices to deliver innovative solutions that unlock the full potential of the social sector.
2016-17 Organizational Development Grants
CEB’s 2016-17 Community Investment grants will focus on organizational development for nonprofits. Through
these grants, CEB seeks to support nonprofits that have been working to solve their organizational challenges
and build internal capabilities. Our goal is to provide progressive social-sector organizations with the financial
support, insight, and tools necessary to increase their impact.
CEB Organizational Development Grants will be awarded to organizations based on a number of factors,
including 1) the organizational development challenge(s) faced by the leadership team 2) the opportunity for
the organization to use CEB assets and engage CEB staff, 3) social impact and organizational success, and 4)
organizational readiness, including proven relationship management capabilities.
We seek to develop strong relationships with nonprofits by providing financial grants and using our resources
to help them. We are continually looking for ways to engage our employees with our nonprofit partners. An
ideal grant applicant will have a robust set of organization or capability development challenges that could
potentially be addressed by our resources and create volunteer opportunities and potential areas of
engagement for CEB staff in multiple locations in India.
Thank you for your interest. Should you have any questions regarding CEB, our corporate citizenship
programs, or our development grants, please contact Lisa Landis ([email protected]) or Devika Nair
([email protected]).
Sincerely,
Jerry Sorkin
Head, Global Corporate Citizenship
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Eligibility
Nonprofits must fall under one of the following categories:
 Registered trust
 Registered society
 A company formed for charitable objects under the Companies Act, 2013
2. The registered trust, society or the company shall have an established track record of 3 years in undertaking
similar projects and programs.
3. The registered society, trust or company shall be in India only and the activities to be undertaken are in India
only.
The following entities are not eligible to receive donations or grants from the CEB:
 Individuals
 Private foundations
 Nonprofit organizations without an 80G certification
 Governmental organizations or agencies (other than those specified above), including international
governmental organizations and United Nations entities
 Health-care organizations and networks, including hospitals, specialty networks, ambulatory healthcare services, home health care, and assisted living health-care organizations
 Health-care research institutions and research laboratories, including organizations that pursue
systematic investigation—such as research development, testing, and evaluation—designed to
develop or contribute to general knowledge
 Commerce and trade associations that do not pursue charitable aims or activities
 Sports groups, such as amateur or professional programs, teams, or events
 Political, labor, or fraternal organizations
 Religious or spiritual organizations
Requests for specific event funding, including, but not limited to the following, are not eligible for a grant:
 Conferences or symposia
 Sponsors of events, tables, exhibitions, or performances
 Fund-raising events such as luncheons, dinners, walks, runs, and sports tournaments
Application Details
 The total grant pool available is INR 20,00,000
 Minimum grant will be INR 5,00,000, maximum grant will be INR 20,00,000
 Grants are discretionary upon review by the Community Investment Committee
 Successful applicants will receive a two year commitment contingent upon a relationship review at the
end of year one
 Prior awards from CEB do not guarantee future grants. Fresh application each time for a new grant
cycle.
 CEB reserves the right to change or discontinue this program at any time. Applications should be
submitted via email to [email protected] no later than 29 February 2016.
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Selection Methodology
Applications will be reviewed by CEB staff and final decisions will be made by the Community Investment
Committee (CIC). Organizations will be given a score in the following categories:
 Robustness of the organization challenge
 CEB staff engagement opportunities
 Relationship value to CEB
 Social impact and organizational success
 Organizational readiness including record of relationship management
We will not release raw scores. Applicants may request feedback from CEB’s CIC. Grant winners will be
notified no later than the first week of April, 2016.
Additional Grantee Benefits
In addition to a cash grant, CEB Organization Development Grant recipients are eligible for the following
benefits:
 priority for pro bono consulting projects delivered by CEB employees
 preference in internal marketing with our 4,500+ global CEB staff, including promotion of events
 opportunities to recruit CEB staff to Board level or committee positions
For more information about CEB, please visit www.cebglobal.com.
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Application for Community Investment Grant:
Organizational Development
Name
First
MI
Last
Position
Organization
Address
Address 2
Website URL
E-mail Address
Mission
Statement
Total Revenue ($)
% of revenue spent on administration
# of employees (globally) to date
80G certification (Yes/No)
Nonprofit Category (Registered Trust/ Registered
Society/ A company formed for charitable objects
under the Companies Act, 2013)
Founded in year
CEB Sponsor or contact (if applicable)
# of CEB Employees currently involved in or
volunteering for your organization
# of total hours CEB Employees have volunteered
this year
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Volunteer opportunities available to CEB staff (type
and volume)
Cities where volunteer opportunities are available
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Bangalore
Chennai
Gurgaon
 Mumbai
Have there been significant structural or strategic
changes within the last two years? Yes  No 
If yes, please explain.
Are your board of directors and senior management
committed to capacity-building to staff at all levels?
Yes  No 
If not, please explain.
Have there been significant changes in your
strategic mission in the last 5 years? Yes  No 
If yes, please explain.
Do you have a dedicated staff member responsible
for engagement and management of volunteers?
Yes  No 
If not, please explain.
Into which category of Schedule VII of the
Companies Act, 2013 does your organization
operate?
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eradicating hunger, poverty and malnutrition,
promoting health care promoting preventive health
care and sanitation including contribution to the
Swach Bharat Kosh set-up by the Central
Government for the promotion of sanitation and
making available safe drinking water
promoting education, including special education and
employment enhancing vocation skills especially
among children, women, elderly, and the differently
abled and livelihood enhancement projects
promoting gender equality, empowering women,
setting up homes and hostels for women and orphans;
setting up old age homes, day care centres and such
other facilities for senior citizens and measures for
reducing inequalities faced by socially and
economically backward groups
ensuring environmental sustainability, ecological
balance, protection of flora and fauna, animal welfare,
agroforestry, conservation of natural resources and
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maintaining quality of soil, air and water including
contribution to the Clean Ganga Fund set-up by the
Central Government for rejuvenation of river Ganga
 protection of national heritage, art and culture
including restoration of buildings and sites of historical
importance and works of art; setting up public
libraries; promotion and development of traditional
arts and handicrafts
 measures for the benefit of armed forces veterans,
war widows and their dependents
 training to promote rural sports, nationally recognised
sports, paralympic sports and Olympic sports
 contribution to the Prime Minister's National Relief
Fund or any other fund set up by the Central
Government for socio-economic development and
relief and welfare of the Schedulcd Castes, the
Scheduled Tribes, other backward classes, minorities
and women
 contributions or funds provided to tcchnology
incubators located within academic institutions which
are approved by the Central Govemment
 rural development project
 slum area development
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Attachment Requirements
Please attach the following documents as part of your application:
 Letter including the following information:
 Proposal for utilization of funds
o Please outline the project plan and detailed fund utilization under various heads
 Description of Organization Development Challenge:
o Please provide a full summary of the organizational challenge(s) facing your organization. A.)
What is the specific challenge(s)? B.)What actions have been taken to address and/or
improve the issue? C.) A specific proposal for how you plan to improve your organization’s
challenges. D.)What would be the measure of success for adequately resolving this
organizational challenge?
 CEB Engagement:
o Ability to engage CEB staff, preferably in multiple office locations, with volunteer and other
service opportunities
o Benefit to CEB as a result of relationship (brand building, business development
opportunities, etc.)
 Social Impact and Organizational Success:
o Please provide a brief history (mission, programs, etc.) of your organization.
o Describe the metrics you use to define impact and results within your organization.
o What is the most meaningful recognition you have ever received? Be specific about the way
in which you were recognized. What made this recognition meaningful?
 Organizational Readiness:
o Please provide a brief summary of the organizations’ strategic vision.
o A demonstration of the value of corporate relationship building to your organization; please
provide 2-3 examples of successful relationships and show how they have helped the
organization; tangential to that, show how your organization has actively sought feedback
from your partners and explain how that feedback has been incorporated into your approach
to further relationship building
 Copies of the organization’s mission statement and board of directors list
 Copies of the most recently audited financial reports, PAN copy, and 80G Certification
 A brief statement, signed and dated, on the organization's letterhead, that there has been no change in
the purpose, character or organizational structure subsequent to the issuance of your charitable status
documentation
Application and all supporting documentation must be received by the CEB no later than 29 February
2016. Any incomplete application will be rejected.
Applications should be submitted via email no later than 29 February 2016 to
[email protected]
Should you have any questions during the application process, please feel free to contact
Lisa Landis at [email protected] or 011-571-303-6134
or Devika Nair at [email protected] or 91-124-479-6322
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