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The Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater Louisville Chapter is proud to announce that seven exceptional community leaders and organizations will be honored at the annual National Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon to be held on Friday, November 18, 2016 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Seelbach Hilton Hotel.  

NPD is a celebration of philanthropy—giving, volunteering and charitable engagement—that highlights the accomplishments, large and small, that philanthropy—and all those involved in the philanthropic process—makes to our community and our world.

National Philanthropy Day® is both an official day and a grassroots movement. Every year, since 1986 when President Ronald Reagan first proclaimed November 15thas National Philanthropy Day®, communities across the globe have celebrated by hosting events to recognize activities of donors, volunteers, foundations, leaders, corporations, and others engaged in philanthropy.

Visit and click on the 'Philanthropy Day' section for more details.

2016 National Philanthropy Day Award Winners:

  • Baylor Landrum, Jr. Leave a Legacy Award: Turney Berry
  • Frank W. Penick Founder’s Award: Mark Rountree
  • Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser: Steve Trager
  • Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy: Louisville Youth Philanthropy Council
  • Philanthropist of the Year - Individual: William O. Alden, Jr.
  • Philanthropist of the Year – Organization: Irvin F. & Alice S. Etscorn Foundation
  • Young Philanthropist of the Year: Kayla Garrison Jones
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