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Celebrating the spirit of philanthropy in Northwest Indiana
National Philanthropy Day
2014 Philanthropy Awards
Thursday, November 13, 2014 

The AFP Northwest Indiana Chapter invites nominations for the 2014 National Philanthropy Day Awards, to be presented at the Breakfast on Thursday, November 13, 2014. The annual Awards are intended to recognize an individual, couple, family, foundation, company or organization who has made a significant philanthropic impact on our Region. Recipients will be selected in three catagories and must commit to personally attending the November 13 Breakfast to receive their award.

Please note: Only Chapter members are able to submit a nomination. 

Click to download the  2014 Philanthropy Awards Nomination Form

Nominations due no later than Monday, September 29, 2014.

 


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