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Honor Your Own

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That Special Volunteer, Donor, Funder or Fundraising Professional by Joining this Prestigious Tradition of Celebrating Philanthropy: Honor Your Own

As part of National Capital Philanthropy Day, organizations attending the luncheon are invited to publicly recognize their own exemplary philanthropic supporters by participating in the Honor Your Own celebration. This provides a unique opportunity for area nonprofits and companies to enjoy a special and memorable event with their most important donors and professionals. Your special honoree(s) will be recognized from the podium before hundreds of community leaders during the event and on the NCPD website. They will also be highlighted in the National Capital Philanthropy Day program book and will receive a recognition award.  

To participate in the Honor Your Own program, organizations have to reserve at least a table for three to recognize one honoree. With a full table, organizations can nominate two honorees. Each honoree has the opportunity to email up to two pictures that will be showcased during the luncheon. If selecting two honorees, please complete a form for each. Each participating organization must reserve a table at the luncheon to participate. With a table for three or five seatings, organizations can recognize one honoree. Full table for 10 allows you to recognize up to two honorees. 
 

To Honor Your Own, complete and submit this application form by November 1, 2014.

Congratulations to the 2014 Honor Your Own Recipients: 

Exceptional Philanthropists
Ralph and Louie Dweck honored by Bread for the City
David and Martha Dantzic honored by Legal Aid Society of DC

Exceptional Professional Fundraisers
SOS-USA staff honored by Lynn Croneberger, CFRE

Exceptional Volunteer Fundraisers
SOS-USA Board of Directors honored by Lynn Croneberger, CFRE

Exceptional Corporate Partners
State Street Global Advisors honored by National Capital Gift Planning Council
Douglas Beck, ICF International honored by American Red Cross in the National Capital Region

 

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