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2017 National Philanthropy Day®

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2017 NATIONAL PHILANTHROPY DAY® HONOREES!

 

The Honorees Who Will be Recognized at the
National Philanthropy Day® Celebration Friday, November 17th
at the Greater Richmond Convention Center are

 

Lifetime Achievement Award: Mr. Jim Ukrop
Nominated by Richmond Performing Arts Alliance

 

Enduring Philanthropic Partner Award: HandCraft Services
Nominated by Bon Secours Richmond Health Care Foundation

 

Outstanding Organizational Partner Award: Midas of Richmond
Nominated by St. Joseph's Villa and Shalom Farms

 

Spirit of Philanthropy Award: Mustaches for Kids Richmond
Nominated by Greater Richmond SCAN

 

Transformational Philanthropy Award: Dr. Claire Millhiser Rosenbaum and Mrs. Mildred Millhiser Heltzer
Nominated by Bon Secours Richmond Health Care Foundation

 

Volunteer Impact Award: Mrs. Florence Z. Segal
Nominated by Gateway Homes, Inc.

 

Youth Philanthropy Award: The Collegiate RAMPS Club
Nominated by Collegiate School

Workshop

Diversity & Inclusion: Barriers that are Preventing You from Creating Impactful Dialogue Within the Community

PROGRAM QUALIFIES FOR 1.75 HOURS CFRE CREDIT.

When it comes to diversifying philanthropy, few would argue that there has been too little discussion about making the sector look more like the people it serves. This interactive workshop will examine a broad range of perspectives and experiences that help shape a modern and effective philanthropic community. We will explore our involvement and investments in the community as well as different methods for practitioners, donors and volunteers to contribute and collaborate towards effective change. This workshop will also include a panel of local community leaders.

PRESENTERS: TIFFANY JANA AND KELLY CHOPUS

Online registration is now closed. To register, call 804.585.3150 or e-mail  admin@afpcentralva.org.

About National Philanthropy Day®

National Philanthropy Day® is a celebration of Central Virginia’s philanthropic spirit. The awards given at the luncheon recognize the leaders in the community who make a true impact on the quality of life, cultural vibrancy, and fabric of our region. Since 1996, Central Virginia’s AFP Chapter has honored 121 philanthropists, businesses, and volunteers for their impact in Central Virginia and beyond.