All About the 7th CSR Youth Awards

A project by BCYF, co-sponsored by Deloitte Philippines, presented by Group Developers Inc. (GDI), supported by the Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) and the National CSR Educator's Council (NCEC) recognizes outstanding young people who practice or who have initiated projects anchored on CSR 3.0. (Personal Social Responsibility.

First awarded in 2015, the CSRYA recognizes students and young professionals, ages 39 years old and below, who are good role models in one of 3 categories of CSR 3.0: (1) Citizenship, (2) Sustainability and (3) Social Responsibility


  • must not be over 39 y/o at the time of the Awards Night the year of the nomination

  • must be a bonafide student with good standing of an institution or a working professional with proof of employment, work, or business

  • must provide leadership for at least 2 years for their Citizenship, Sustainability or Social Responsibility project. activity or business

  • initiatives must show a net positive impact to a group, community or the country at large that can be validated by proof, documentary evidence, and referees. Initiatives must be replicable.

  • must be willing to share expertise and experience.


  • duly accomplished Nomination Form (here)

  • Curriculum Vitae/Organization Profile

  • formal colored photos and action photos

  • proof of business ownership or incorporation (for entrepreneurs)

  • two recommendation letters

  • CSR project portfolio (photos and documents of volunteering experience, organized projects with evaluation or assessment reports, including financial statement submitted o the BIR/S.E.C.)

  • signed privacy notice and consent form

  • minimum 5 minute video explaining why the nominee should be an awardee


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1. Who can be nominated?

  • Individuals who are bona fide students of an institution or a working professionals who have initiatives that show a net positive impact to the community and have the willingness to share their expertise and experience.

2. Who may nominate?

  • Anyone can nominate. Self-nomination is also encouraged.

3. How many awardees will there be?

  • As many awardees who are qualified in the 2 Divisions - Students and Professionals.

4. What is the selection process?

  • Launchings will be held to call for nominations.

  • Secretariat will review submitted nominations, and submit qualified nominees to the Screening Committee.

  • Screening Committee will evaluate nominations, conduct interviews, and decide on proposed Finalists.

  • National Judging Panel decides on official Finalists and Awardee/s.

5. Can I send a substitute to the interview?

  • No. Failure to be interviewed on given schedule means your nomination will be considered for next year.

6. Can you be the leader and not the founder?

  • It depends. Your qualification depends on the extent of your involvement in the initiative on which you are nominated.

7. What do we receive for being nominated, finalists, and awardees?

  • Certificates, plaques, and trophies.

  • You may be featured in appropriate media.

  • No cash prize per se, but you can submit a request for support with consultancy.

  • All those who qualify as official nominees will be given a formal online acknowledgement through a Nominees' Recognition night.

  • Certificates of nomination will be sent within 1-4 weeks after the Recognition program.

  • All the Awardees will get their plaques/trophies within 1-4 weeks after the Awards Night. The addresses stated in your nomination requirements will be the official address recognized by the BCYF Secretariat in delivering your certificates/plaques/trophies

CSRYA Briefer:

CSRYA 2021 Briefer
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