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2010 National Philanthropy Day® Events Across America

Updated November 2, 2010

Chapter Name Event Date and Time Venue Location Ticket Prices Event Type Contact Information and Other Information
AB,Calgary & Area November 9, 2010
11:30 am to 1:30 pm
McDougall Centre
455 - 6 Street SW
Calgary
Invitation only Generosity of Spirit
Reception
AFP Calgary & Area Office
p 403-297-1033
f 403-297-1035
afp@telus.net
AB,Calgary & Area

November 15, 2010
11:00 reception and doors open
11:45 am to 1:15 pm

Telus Convention Centre
Macleod Ballrooms A - D
Lower Level
120 - 9 Ave SE
Calgary

$75 + GST/ticket
$750 + GST/table of 10

National Philanthropy Day Luncheon
Generosity of Spirit Honourees
Outstanding Fundraising Professional Award
Hazel Gillespie Community Investment Leadership Award
AFP Calgary & Area Office
p 403-297-1033
f 403-297-1035
afp@telus.net
AB,Calgary & Area Thursday, November 18, 2010
11:30 am to 4:30 pm
University of Calgary
Dining Centre, Blue Room
2500 University Dr NW
Calgary, AB
$65 + GST
includes buffet lunch
Professionals Forum
Join your fellow professionals as we explore three contemporary issues that will affect how we conduct ourselves and our work in the coming years.
1. Cross Cultural Communication
interactive session presented by Tina Varughese
2. Corporate Social Responsibiity - CSR has become a mantra in corporate strategy development. How has it influenced commuity investmetn practices and what does it mean for corporate giving.
3. Has the NHL come to the NPS? A salary cap in the Non -Profit Sector?? Learn about the arguments that are driving this issue and the introduction of Bill c 140 through a provocative and entertaining structured debate
AFP Calgary & Area Office
p 403-297-1033
f 403-297-1035
afp@telus.net
AB,Calgary & Area November 18, 2010
5:30 pm to 7 pm
University of Calgary
Dining Centre, Blue Room
2500 University Dr NW
Calgary, AB
$20 + GST
includes one drink
ticket and hors d'oeuvres
Awards Reception
2010 Outstanding Fundraising Professional Award
2010 Hazel Gillespie Community Investment Leadership Award
AFP Calgary & Area Office
p 403-297-1033
f 403-297-1035
afp@telus.net
AB, Edmonton & Area November 18, 2010, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Hall D of Shaw Conference Centre (downtown Edmonton)
Early bird $55 per ticket or $550 for a table of 10. Regular ticket price $65 or $650 for table of 10. Luncheon with keynote address four our Honorary Chairperson, as well as our National Philanthropy Day awrds are given out.
Jen Panteluk, (780) 643-4661,
jenpanteluk@
albertacancerfoundation.ca
AK, Alaska November 12, 2010, 11:30 a.m. Sheraton Anchorage Hotel $30 per person or a table sponsorship of 8 for $500

Awards luncheon with keynote speaker Andrea McManus

The AFP Alaska Chapter also holds a one day conference on National Philanthropy Day with workshops from local and national trainers. Prices for the workshop are $125 for members and $175 for non-members until October 22 and then prices go up to $150 for members and $200 for non-members. Tracks include workshops for “Diversity Redefined,” “Professional Development,” and “The Development Professional and Marketing/PR.” More information coming soon to the AFP Alaska Chapter website, www.afpalaska.afpnet.org

National Philanthropy Day Co-Chairs, Chrissy Bell, CFRE cbell@alaskanaids.org or Beth Johnson, CFRE, bjohnson@ak.org
AL, Birmingham November 18, 2010 Noon to 1:30pm Sheraton- Birmingham Ball Room $125 Luncheon Ashley Griggs, AFP – Alabama Chapter Administrator
205-588-1582 x6
info@afpalabama.org
AL, Central Alabama November 18, 2010
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Nobles (downtown Montgomery)   Outstanding Philanthropists
James and Margaret Lowder

Outstanding Civic Leader
W. Daniel Hughes, Jr.

Outstanding Corporate Citizen
Montgomery Biscuits Baseball

Outstanding Charitable Organization
Central Alabama Community Foundation

Outstanding Fundraising Executive
Eve Loeb
https://afpalabama.org/
AR, Arkansas November 17th at 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Embassy Suites, 11301 Financial Centre Parkway, Little Rock, AR 72211 $50 each or $750 for a table of 10 which includes an ad in the event program

Luncheon with presentation of awards

We will also be celebrating our chapter’s 30th anniversary.

Brooke Ivy at (501) 686-7203 and Jamie Brainard at (501) 296-3202
AZ, Greater Arizona November 17, 2010 Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel $1,250 per table and $125 per seat. On Wednesday, November 17, 2010, our AFP Greater Arizona Chapter will celebrate National Philanthropy Day. This celebration will be marked by the 2010 Philanthropy Leadership Awards Dinner to be held at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel.

The Philanthropy Leadership Award nominees have been submitted and selected. We are proud to announce the following honorees:
John and Doris Norton, Outstanding Philanthropist
Carolyn Keagle, Outstanding Volunteer Fund Raiser
Southwest Ambulance, Outstanding Corporation/Foundation
The Arizona Republic, Outstanding Media
Sandra Jorgensen, CFRE, Outstanding Fundraising Executive

In addition to the five major awards presented by the Chapter, AFP members have the opportunity to select a Spirit of Philanthropy Award recipient for their non-profit organizations.

Dinner Chair: Lee Hartmann, admin@afpaz.org
AZ, Northern November 18, 9:00 am-1:30 pm Best Western Inn of Sedona $25 lunch only; $35 lunch and workshop for AFP Members; $50 lunch and workshop for Non-AFP members; Free for honorees and one guest. Educational workshop followed by awards luncheon Alice L. Ferris, MBA, CFRE, ACFRE
Partner
GoalBusters, LLC
555 N Pinecliff Dr
Flagstaff AZ 86001
888.883.2690
928.606.1692 direct
928.773.9911 fax
alice.ferris@goalbusters.net
AZ, Southern November 19, 2010, 11 a.m. - 1:15 p.m. Westin La Paloma Resort and Spa, 3800 E. Sunrise Drive, Tucson, AZ 85718 $65 per person; $650 for a Table of 10.

Luncheon with awards as primary focus

Tana Jones, 2010 National Philanthropy Day Chairperson, Development Director, Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse, 2545 E. Adams Street, Tucson, AZ 85716, (520) 795-8001, tanaj@emergecenter.org
CA, California Capital November 10, 2010, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Sacramento Convention Center
Sponsorship opportunities range between $300-$5,000. Individual tickets are $50 if purchased before October 1, 2010; $65 thereafter. Organizations can also recognize a table honoree for an additional $40. Honoree receives verbal recognition durint he event and a special gift of appreciation.
Luncheon. Keynote speaker; television and/or radio personalities as event emcees; awards given out in the following categores: Outstanding Fundraising Professional, Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser, Outstanding Grant Maker, Outstanding Philanthropist, Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy. A special 25th anniversary VIP reception is planned for the evening before (details to be determined). Susan Willson, (916) 782-7722 ext. 102, susanw@placerspca.org
CA, Desert Communities November 17, 2010l Registration & Social at 11:30AM; Luncheon and Awards from 12:00Noon to 1:45PM Agua Caliente Casino Spa Hotel $55 per person ($65 after November 8) Reception, luncheon, and presentation of six Awards (including AV profiles of Honorees), plus exhibit of “Change the World with a Giving Heart” themed artwork by students in area schools, and recognition of winning entry from our National Philanthropy Day art contest. Scott Schroeder, Chapter President, sschroeder@PSMUSEUM.org
CA, Orange County Wednesday, November 17, 2010; 11:30 am to 1:30 pm Anaheim Marriott Hotel $65.00 per individual (Primarily sponsored tables) Luncheon; working on a speaker; 8 awards will be given with an additonal 25th anniversary award
(It is the 25th anniversary for the Orange County event)
www.npdoc.org
CA, Silicon Valley November 19, 2010 at noon Hyatt Santa Clara $75/person; $750/table Luncheon Awards Ceremony Toole, Chair, Philanthropy Day 2010 erin.otoole@alznorcal.org
CA, Wine Country November 2nd, 11am-2pm Wells Fargo Center for the Arts $50, $65 after 10/15; Special Honoree Package $150; Reserved Table $500; Event Sponsor Table $1250

Luncheon , Spirit of Philanthropy Award and 4 additional awards (youth in philanthropy, business partner, civic organization, outstanding individual or family philanthropist)

Awardees are as follows: Community Foundation- Sonoma County, Spirit of Philanthropy Award; Bob Burke (posthumously), Outstanding Individual Philanthropist; Ivan Chang, Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy; Soroptimist International of Santa Rosa, Outstanding Civic Organization Partner; Wells Fargo Insurance Services, Outstanding Business Partner

Michelle Pakulak admin@afp-wcc.org 707-636-4033 www.afp-wcc.org 801 Colleen Drive, Windsor, CA 95492
Event Contact: Logistics chair: Jennifer Neeley jneeley@wchealth.org, Sponsorship Chair: Vicki Yarnal vyarnal@aol.com, Marketing Chair: Kari Millar karim@pephousing.org, Awards chair: June Hunter- Clarke jhunterclarke@vantreo.com, Day of Event Chair: Julie Seal julie.seal@gmail.com
CO, Colorado November 12, 2010, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center
$45
Luncheon, 10 awards presented, no speaker.
De Ann Acosta, deanna
@americanhumane.org
, (303) 925-9497
CT,Fairfield County and Connecticut November 18th beginning at 7:30am and continuing through mid-afternoon. Holiday Inn in Waterbury, CT Ticket prices (based on date of registration) range from $140 to $180 for AFP members and from $170 to $205 for non-members. Tickets for just the awards luncheon are $35 and $45. The full conference includes breakfast, a morning plenary session (speaker: Laura Fredericks), 4 sets of breakout educational sessions and an awards luncheon with speaker (Gina Lovett).

For more information, go to the chapters’ websites (www.afpfairfield.org or afpct.afpnet.org) or contact either Lois Pearce (at 203-248-2661 or lois@beautifuloccasions.com) or Bill Lerchen (at 203-339-1153 or lerchfam@optonline.net).

FL, Big Bend November 18, 2010, 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. University Center Club, Florida State University Individual - $50, $60 - Individual cost at the door, Tables - $50 for non-profit sponsors, Tables - $1,000 Corporate Sponsors Luncheon; Awards to be given - Philanthropist of the Year, Outstanding Fundraising Professional, Outstanding Media Outlet/Personality, Outstanding Philanthropic Organization, Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy

KSharon Davidson, Chair, (850) 921-5554, afpbigbend@yahoo.com, www.afpbigbend.com

Accepting nominations through August 5, 2010.

FL, Everglades November 11, 2010, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
The Ritz-Carlton at the Beach, Naples, FL
$55
Cocktail reception, Innovation in Philanthropy and Fundraising Executive of the Year awards will be given.

Rachel Decker, (239) 280-1641, rachel.deceker@avemaria.edu; Lori Fowler, (239) 598-5177

Previously this chapter ran an NPD event, however it drifted away. This is the first of the AFP Everglades chapter reclaiming it and celebrating the uniqueness of the Greater Naples Philanthropic Community.

FL, Central November 12, 7:30am-9:30am Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes Individual tickets are $50, Tables of 8 are $400 Our event is a breakfast event that is hosted by a local celebrity or prominent member of the community. Prior to the event, we host a 30 minute power networking event in the lobby of the ballroom (7:30am to 8:00am). The program begins at 8am with a general welcome, prayer and catered breakfast from the hotel. During the program, we invite our title sponsors to speak from the stage and this year hope to incorporate them more in the flow of the presentation. We present 10 awards annually (if nominations are submitted in each category) and the award sponsor usually introduces the award winner. The award winner is provided a few minutes to accept the award and address the crowd. For the Lifetime Achievement winner, we also create and present a 4-5 minute video presentation of the individual and their contributions to the community.

Chair: Lauren Nelson,
Development Director,
Orlando Repertory Theatre, lnelson@orlandorep.com,
407-896-7365 ext 224,
1001 E. Princeton Street,
Orlando, FL 32803

Chair-Elect: Maile Miller,
Donor Relations Manager,
Orange County Regional History Center,
maile.miller@ocfl.net,
407.836.8590,
65 E. Central Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32801

FL, First Coast Chapter Nov. 10, 2010 at 11:30 a.m. Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront Early bird: $500 for a table of 10; $50 per person/After Sept. 30, $550 for a table of 10; $55 per person/$60 at the door Luncheon with local television anchor as the emcee; awards will be given away Lauren Weedon Hopkins, Chair, 904.296.3030 ext. 205 or lauren@dreamscometrue.org
Cheryl Townsend, Co-chair, 904.630.6405 or CherylT@coj.net
FL, Fort Lauderdale /
Broward
November 10, 2010, 11 a.m. Signature Grand, 6900 W State Road 84, Davie, FL 33317-7308
$75 per ticket; $600 per table
Awards luncheon with video tribute

AFP Ft. Lauderdale/Broward, 7154 B, University Dr., #186 Tamarac, FL 33321, (954) 476-3656, afp-broward@att.net

Co-Chairs Meredith Ray Feder, (786) 709-4076,
fedm@gulliverschools.org
; Sasha Moon, (954) 318-2178, sasha.moon@starlight.org

FL, Indian River

November 18, 2010

Vero Beach Museum of Art

$30 per person

Recognition ceremony followed by cocktail reception; all honorees are acknowledged and awards are given in four categories: Outstanding Individual Philanthropist, Outstanding Corporate Philanthropist, Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser, Unsung Hero.

Co-Chairs: Kelley Williams, kwilliams@irlt.org; and Jennifer Jones, jjones
@harvestfoodoutreach.org

FL, Miami-Dade County

November 17, 2010
11:00 am - Registration
Luncheon Noon to 1:30

Hyatt Regency Miami
400 Southeast Second Avenue
Miami, FL
  25th Annual National Philanthropy Day Luncheon
Honoring those who make a difference. National Philanthropy Day is designed to honor those who improve our community and our lives with their efforts.

AWARDS RECIPIENTS:
Dolores and Sanford Ziff
AFP's Lifetime Achievement Award
Trish and Dan Bell
Outstanding Philanthropist
Comcast
Julia Tuttle Award - Corporate Citizenship
Julie Grimes
James W. McLamore Outstanding Volunteer
Moyer Foundation
Grant Makers Award

Cynthia Beamish CHAIR - Cindy Eisaman, CO-CHAIR
305-284-2914
afp_luz@hotmail.com or strembley@miami.edu
FL, Southwest November 16, 2010, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Michael's on East
$40 with sponsorship opportunities available Luncheon. Awards given based on a judging of member submissions.
Kim Noyes, Chapter Administrator, afpfl@verizon.net, (941) 921-5410.
FL, Space Coast Thursday, November 4, 2010
11:30 am ~ Registration and Networking
12:00 pm ~ Luncheon
12:30 pm ~ Awards Program
Watersong in Viera
7300 Watersong Lane, Melbourne 32940
$35 for members ~ $40 for non-members 11:30 am ~ Registration and Networking
12:00 pm ~ Luncheon
12:30 pm ~ Awards Program
RSVP by October 29 at afpspacecoast.afpnet.org
For general information about National Philanthropy Day®, contact Rosalind Weiss,
at rweiss@fit.edu or (321) 674-6849
For table sponsorship information or to purchase your sponsorship, contact Michele Murrell at michele616@yahoo.com or (321) 433-5713
FL, Suncoast November 17, 2010, Doors open at 11:30 a.m., Luncheon and Program at Noon
A La Carte Event Pavillion, 4050 Dana Shores Drive, Tampa, FL 33634, (813) 831-5390
$50. Sponsorships available from $500 - $5,000.
Luncheon with awards for Philanthropist of the Year, Philanthropic Corporation of the Year, Philanthropic Small Business of the Year, Spirit of Philanthropy, Gayle Sierens Volunteer of the Year in Philanthropy, Philanthropic Service Organization of the Year, Youth in Philanthropy and the Lloyd Horton Lifetime Achievement Award. Emcee, Keith Cate, Anchor, WFLA-TV News Channel 8.
Nora J. Gunn, CFRE, (813) 872-0979, nora.gunn@baycare.org; Leana Lopez, (813) 974-1894. llopez@admin.usf.edu
FL, Treasure Coast Friday, November 19, 2010 Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club in Palm City. Tickets to the luncheon are $75.00 and the 225 available seats go very quickly.

Luncheon and Awards

The Treasure Coast Chapter of AFP will recognize outstanding individual and corporate philanthropists as well as fundraising volunteers whose achievements have made a significant impact in St. Lucie and Martin Counties.
The award categories are as follows: Presidents Award; Individual Philanthropist; Volunteer Fundraiser; Corporate Philanthropist; Small Business Philanthropist; Group Supporting Philanthropy; Unsung Hero; Youth in Philanthropy ; Youth Group in Philanthropy

Renee Booth
Director of Development
Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County (772.545.1255)
RBooth@bgcmcfl.org
GA, Atlanta November 9, 2010, Registration - 11:30 a.m., Luncheon - noon
Georgia Aquarium
$60 individual, $600 table of 10
Luncheon; Awards - Philanthropist of the Year, Volunteer Fundraiser of the Year, Teen Volunteer of the Year (3), Philanthropic Leader of Tomorrow; Educational sessions - Promoting Philanthropy in Classrooms service learning project (partner with elementary schools within Metro Atlanta area to educate students about importance of philanthropy in our community)
Dave Blanchard, Chair, All About Developmental Disabilities, (404) 881-9777 ext. 215, dave@aadd.org and/or Keisha Tennyson, Past NPD Chair, keisha@aadd.org.
GA, Greater Augusta Wednesday, November 10, 2010 - 11:30am - 1pm, Augusta Country Club
  Awards Luncheon Phyllis Giddens, President Greater Augusta Chapter phyllis.giddens@themorris.org
HI, Aloha

Nov. 9-10, 2010

9th: 7:30am-6:30pm

10th: 7:00am-11:45am

Sheraton Waikiki Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii

Early Registration (by 10/8/10)
$900-Luncheon table of 10
$ 90-Single seat-AFP member
$100-Single seat-Non-member

Regular Registration
$1,000-Luncheon table of 10
$ 100-Single seat-AFP member
$ 120-Single seat-Non-member

Our awards luncheon will feature our annual celebration of philanthropy in Hawai‘i and recognize the 2010 award recipients in the following categories:
·
Outstanding Philanthropist

Outstanding Large Business

Outstanding Small Business

Outstanding Foundation

Outstanding Volunteer

Outstanding Professional Fundraiser

In addition, several local nonprofits will be recognizing their Volunteers in Philanthropy (VIP)–a volunteer who has made an especially meaning contribution of time and expertise. Prior to the luncheon will be our conference keynote speaker session, which is optional but included in the luncheon attendance fee.

Susan Oshiro, AFP Aloha Chapter Administrator, admin@afphawaii.org, 808-626-6755

In past years, the AFP–Aloha Chapter’s annual professional-development conference was called the NPD Conference and coincided with the Awards Luncheon. The Aloha Chapter has entered into a very exciting collaboration with the Hawai‘i Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations (HANO) and Chaminade University to create the new Conference of Nonprofit Communities of Hawai‘i. This conference replaces the NPD conference and will take place just prior to the luncheon.

IA, Eastern November 18, 2010, 11:30 a.m.
Cedar Rapids Marriott
$45
Luncheon, keynote speaker and awards given
Tami Brenneman at tbrenneman@iadn.org or (800) 831-4131 ext. 124 or Ashley Funkhauser at ashley@cmc-cr.org or (319) 363-4993 ext. 306.
IA, Greater Tri-State November 15, 2010, 11:45 a.m. - 1:30 p.m
Grand River Center
$30 early brid, $40 after October 28
Luncheon
Julie Elby, (563) 588-1413, marketing@luthermanor.com
ID, Idaho November 16, 2010, 7:30 am - 9 am Stueckle Sky Center at Bronco Stadium, Boise State University $45 The AFP Idaho Chapter, in partnership with event sponsor M.E. Grace & Associates, will honor the 2010 Idaho Heroes in Philanthropy award winners at a breakfast event celebrating National Philanthropy Day:
Outstanding Philanthropist - Joan Grimm
Outstanding Corporation – Large – J.R. Simplot Company
Outstanding Corporation – Small - Scentsy, Inc.
Outstanding Foundation – Julius C. Jeker Foundation and Jeker Family Trust
Outstanding Media/Marketing – Oliver Russell
Outstanding Volunteer Fundraisers – Mary and Tim Wilcomb
Outstanding Development Executive – Larry Johnson, CFRE
Outstanding Public Service – Panhandle Alliance for Education
Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy:
Ages 5-17 - United Way of Treasure Valley Junior Service Club
Ages 18-21 - College of Idaho Student Philanthropy Council
Lauren Carlson, NPD Chair: lcarlson@idcomfdn.org, 208-342-3535
IL, Capital Area November 17th 11:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Sangamo Club, 227 E. Adams St in Springfield $17 Luncheon with keynote speaker and awards for Outstanding Philanthropist, Fund Raising Professional, Civic or Service Organization , Philanthropic Corporation, Volunteer Fund Raiser, Outstanding Volunteer Youth
The award luncheon will include guest speaker Julie Heil Staley, Director, Staley Family Foundation.

Register by emailing Denise at dschainker
@bbbscapitalregion.org
by Nov 12th

Nomination forms for the awards are available by emailing Jennifer at jenmiller@springnet1.com

IL, Central November 10, 2010, 11 a.m. Embassy Suites, East Peoria, IL $30 per person Luncheon Kristen Berchtold, (309)550-4899. kristenb@wildblue.net
IL, East Central November 12, 2010 11:30 a.m. Champaign Country Club $35 per ticket Reception and luncheon: 6 awards presented. Nikki Kopmann, NPD Chair nkopmann@dsc-illinois.org
IL, Rockford Novemeber 16, 2010, 11: 30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Forest Hills Country Club
5135 Forest Hills Rd., Rockford
$35
$350 for table of 10
RSVP by Nov. 9, 2010

Luncheon event.
Master of Ceremonies Eric Wilson.

2010 Award RecipientsOutstanding Philanthropist: Ralph Kreissler
Award Sponsor: Wesley Willows

Sunil Puri and Family

Outstanding Corporation: Anderson Packaging
Award Sponsor: OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center Foundation

Outstanding Foundation: Try-Beta Foundation

Outstanding Fundraising Volunteer: Steve NailorAward
Sponsor: Rockford Memorial Development Foundation

Outstanding Community Service Volunteer: Kent Mallquist
Award Sponsor: Rockford Park District

Presidential Youth Service Award Group: Alpha Delta High School Group from Heartland Community Church
Award Sponsor: The Rosecrance Foundation

Individual: Jack O’Neil
.

Judy Roby, Chairman, (815) 987-8695, judyroby@rockfordparkdistrict.org; Elizabeth Goodwin, Co-Chair, (815) 387-8390 ext. 24, elizabeth.goodwin
@mosaicinfo.org

Sponsorship opportunities are available and registration or other questions may be directed to Judy Roby.

IN, Michiana November 9, 2010 Seminar 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.,
Luncheon 12 -1:30 p.m.
Riverside Terrace, 426 Lincolnway E., Mishawaka, IN AFP Memebr $60; non-member $75; Luncheon only AFP
Member $25, non-member $35
Speaker: William J.
Doyle, Senior Director, Principal Gifts, University of Notre Dame - Professional seminar "The Art of the Deal...A new view of Development,"
Luncheon Keynote: "The Gifts of Giving." Also honoring AFP Michiana Philanthropy Award Winners.
Marzy Bauer, President
mbauer@ywcancin.org or website www.community.
michiana.org/afp
.
Any other important information Reservations can be made via email to
afpmichiana@michiana.org.
IN, Northeast November 17, 2010 Ceruti’s Reception Hall Tickets are $20 each, $150 for a table of 8 for a nonprofit organization, $300 for a corporate table sponsor. We will be presenting awards in the following categories:
1. Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy (K to 12)
2. Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy (College)
3. Outstanding Philanthropist
4. Outstanding Corporation
5. Outstanding Nonprofit Leader

Our keynote speaker is Matt Bell, Chief Executive Officer of the Regional Chamber of Northeast Indiana.
Barbara Jones
bjones@vincentvillage.org
IN, Northwest November 18, 11:30 - 1:30 central time Lubeznik Center for the Arts, 101 W. 2nd Street, Michigan City IN $35.00 Luncheon.
J. Guadalupe Valtierra Chancellor of Ivy Tech Northwest Indiana will be the featured speaker and Philanthropy Awards are presented in the Corporate, Foundation and individual categories.
Cindy Hall, Treasurer will take reservations at
cjhall@ivytech.edu;
Carolyn Saxton, President Elect will provide information on the location and venue csaxton@lubeznikcenter.org
KS, Greater Wichita

Monday, Nov. 15, 2010

9:30-10:00 AM Annual Membership Meeting

10:00 – 11:15 Workshop by Bob Carter, Changing Our World
Global thinking on local philanthropy:
“Why and how your strategies should align with world issues”

11:30-1:00 Awards Luncheon

Hyatt Regency Wichita, 400 W Waterman, Wichita, KS Workshop $40 ($25 for AFP members)
Luncheon $40
The event will consist of an educational session followed by an award luncheon. This year, awards will be given in the categories of Outstanding Philanthropist, Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser, Outstanding Fundraising Executive, Outstanding Corporation, and Distinctive Community Service. Leigh Horsley, NPD Chair
Heartspring
8700 E 29th St N
Wichita, KS 67226
(316) 634-8797
lhorsley@heartspring.org
KS, Topeka November 18, 2010 - 11:45 AM to 1:30 PM Shawnee Room, Maner Conference Center, Capitol Plaza Hotel $25 each ($200 for Table of 8) Event will be a luncheon. We will honor Bette M. Morris, PhD, and her family with a Philanthropic Leadership Award for their support of philanthropy in our community. We will also present awards for:
- Outstanding Philanthropist
- Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser
- Outstanding Foundation
- Outstanding Corporate Donor
The luncheon program will consist of the above award presentations and comments from the recipients.
Donald Schepker
785-354-6851
dschepke@stormontvail.org
KY, Bluegrass Chapter November 9, 2010 11:30 am-1:30p Hilton/Downtown Lexington; 369 W. Vine Street Tables of 10 at $350, or at $450 with option to honor a philanthropist; Individual
tickets at $35 each
Awards luncheon, with 30 nonprofits honoring outstanding philanthropist(s) and the
chapter awarding a Distinguished Philanthropist Award and an Outstanding Youth in
Philanthropy Award
2010 NPD Chair
Jennifer Mattox, (859) 254-4175 or
jmattox@carnegieliteracy.org;
chapter website www.afpbluegrass.org
KY, Greater Louisville November 19, 2010, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Louisville Marriott Downtown, 280 West Jefferson Louisville, Kentucky 40202 Major Sponsor: $2500 / Sustaining Sponsor: $1,000 / Table Sponsor: $400 / Individual Ticket: $65
Luncheon with a guest speaker (Heidi B. Jark, JD) and awards to be presented Chapter NPD Chair: Kirsten Bullock, Kirsten
@bullockconsulting.net

Chapter NPD Co-Chair: Abby Branstein, abigail.branstein@gmail.com
Chapter NPD Sponsorships Chair: Cathy Galante, cathy.galante@bbbs.org
Chapter NPD Awards Chair: Mark Rountree, eertnuor@yahoo.com
LA, Baton Rouge November 9, 2010, Leave a Legacy Reception: 10:30 -11:30 a.m.; NPD Lunch: 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Crowne Plaza Baton Rouge, 4728 Constitution Avenue, Baton Rouge, LA 70808-3206, (225) 925-2244
$50 per person, $500 table of ten
The Greater Baton Rouge Chapter of AFP will celebrate its 20th National Philanthropy Day luncheon on Tuesday, November 9, 2010. Awards will be given to Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser, Outstanding Philanthropists, Outstanding Leadership in Corporate Philanthropy, Outstanding Professional Fundraiser, AFP Board of Director’s Award, and Youth in Philanthropy Award. The local Leave a Legacy chapter will acknowledge nominees at a reception an hour before the event and during the event. An Invocation will be given by a minister (TBD) and Opening Remarks will be presented by a former NPD award recipient (TBD) in honor of the Baton Rouge Chapter's 20th anniversary. The presentation of awards will be presented by the award nominator(s) in each category.

VP of Philanthropy, Katie Thompson, (225) 344-5272; Dusty Manson, (225) 907-7771, afpbrla.cox.net

The Greater Baton Rouge Chapter of AFP will celebrate its 20th National Philanthropy Day in 2010.

LA, Greater New Orleans November 11, 2010
Sponsor and Patron Champagne Reception - 11:00 a.m.
Luncheon and Awards Presentation - 12:00 p.m.
Armstrong Ballroom
 
Sheraton Hotel
300 Canal Street
New Orleans, Louisiana
Sponsorships Available:
Gold Sponsor (10 tickets) - $2,500
Silver Sponsor (10 tickets) - $1,000
Bronze Sponsor (6 tickets) - $700
All sponsor levels include Patron Champagne Reception

Individual Tickets:
AFP Members - $60
Guests - $75
Patron Reception Add-on - $25 per person

Advance Reservations Only - Tickets will not be sold at the door.

Sponsor and Patron Champagne Reception - 11:00 a.m.
Luncheon and Awards Presentation - 12:00 p.m.
Armstrong Ballroom
 
Register
LA, Greater Northshore November 18, 2010
11:30am-1:30pm
Benedict's Plantation
1144 N. Causeway Blvd., Mandeville, Louisiana
$35 per seat, $300 for a reserved table of 8
Sponsorships available
Pre-purchase only. All tickets will be held at the door.
National Philanthropy Day Luncheon
hosted by the
Association of Fundraising Professionals
Greater Northshore Chapter

2010 Honorees
Mr. Doyle Coatney, Outstanding Philanthropist
Mr. Phil Livingston, Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser
Capital One, Outstanding Leader in Corporate Philanthropy
St. Tammany Cancer Fund, Outstanding Foundation
Sharon Landry, sharon@STMCF.org, 985-674-6949
or
Judy Ogle, jogle@hosfoundation.org, 504-975-4430
LA, Southwest Oct. 14, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The Community Foundation of SWLA, 120 W. Pujo Street, Lake Charles, LA 70602 $1 plus a business card (proceeds go to the Community Foundation, not AFP) Our chapter is collaborating with the SWLA Economic Development Alliance and the Community Foundation of SWLA with their "Business After Hours." The event is open to all members of the Chamber of Commerce. It is a wine and cheese, networking event that will include a short program and door prizes. The event celebrates philanthropy in general, rather than individual persons or corporations.

Marianne P. White ('93)
Coordinator of Planned Giving and Donor Research
McNeese State University
Box 91989
Lake Charles, LA 70609
Phone: 337.562.4107
Fax: 337.562.4293
E-mail:
ariannewhite@mcneese.edu

MA, Central Nov. 19
12:00-1:30 pm
Cyprian keys Golf Club, Boylston, MA $40 Awards will be given to people or groups nominated by AFP members. Karen Blinderman at kbmail@comcast.net to register or Sarah Baldiga at sbaldiga@gmail.com to nominate a person or group for an award.
MA, Western Wednesday, November 17 - 12 Noon Delaney House, Holyoke MA $40 pp or $400 for a table of 10 Luncheon hosted by WGGB/ABC 40's Dave Madsen
A wards for Outstanding Philanthropist, Outstanding Philanthropic Corporation, Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser, Outstanding Young Philanthropist, Outstanding Professional Fundraiser
Karen Blinderman, Chapter Administrator, kbmail@comcast.net
www.afpwma.org
MB, Manitoba November 12, 2010 Fort Garry Hotel, 222 Broadway, Winnipeg   Full Day Keynote: Laura Fredricks

Awards Luncheon - 12 to 1:30 pm honouring 3 recipients:

Outstanding Philanthropists: Jack and Dolores Morton
Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser: Janice Filmon
Outstanding Philanthropic Organization: The Winnipeg Foundation
http://www.afpmanitoba.ca
ME, Northern New England November 4th, 6:00 p.m. recption, 7:00 p.m. dinner Marriott Sable Oaks, South Portland, Maine $75 for reception and dinner There will be a social hour followed by dinner and awards presentation. Maddy Corson and Rober Berle, both past Outstanding Philanthropist winners from Maine, will be emcees for the evening. Four winners will be recognized in the categories of Outstanding Corporation, Outstanding Foundation, Outstanding Philanthropist and Youth in Philanthropy. Each winner will be introduced by the person who nominated them for the award. There will be a video presentation about the Youth in Philanthropy winner. Lisa Wahlstrom, NPD Chair, 207-992-2186, Lisaw@ovationfr.com
MI. Western Michigan November 9 from 12 to 3:30pm Calvin College’s Prince Conference Center in Grand Rapids, MI $35 for Awards Luncheon & Development Professionals Workshop or $25 for Awards Luncheon luncheon with awards & speaker followed by a one-hour educational workshop Deb O’Donnell, Chapter Administrator, 616.988.8020 or odonndeb@aquinas.edu
MN, Minnesota November 19, 2010, 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Hilton Minneapolis, 1001 Marquette Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

You have three options for purchasing tickets for the event: you may buy a table for ten; a half table for five; or individual seats. Individuals and organizations purchasing a whole or half table receive priority seating at the event.Full table (seating for ten): $700. Half table (seating for five): $350. Individual seats: $70. All nonprofit organizations purchasing a table or individual tickets to the 2010 National Philanthropy Day event are encouraged to take advantage of the Honor Your Own program.
Honor Your Own provides you with an opportunity to show your donors, board members, volunteers and staff how much you appreciate all that they do to make your organization great.
Cost: $15 per person to honor individual guests at your table
Each of your honorees will receive:
• A lapel flower upon arrival
• Written recognition in the event program
• Recognition by the emcee from the stage

Luncheon Susan Wineland, (612) 275-9372, susanwineland@yahoo.com
MN, Southern Minnesota

November 16, 2010

8:00 Continental Breakfast

8:30 AM - 3:30 PM All Day Fundraisers Workshop & Luncheon

Awards Luncheon: 11:45 AM - 1:30 PM

DoubleTree Hotel,
150 South Broadway, Rochester, MN

Workshop Package: $75 includes morning & afternoon sessions &
awards luncheon

Morning Fundraisers Workshop: $25

Awards Luncheon: $25

Afternoon Board & Volunteer Workshop: $25
Awards Luncheon, Board and Volunteer Workshops Register at www.afpsouthernminnesota.org

Please email Laurie Kellagher at lauriek@abcinc.org with questions.
MO, Mid America November 10, 2010, 8 - 9:30 a.m.
InterContinental Kansas City at the Plaza
$40 individual tickets, $500 table sponsorships
This event is an awards breakfast to present the Spirit of Philanthropy, Spirit of Philanthropy - Youth, Fundraising Professional of the Year and Small Business Spirit of Philanthropy awards. This year, in addition to awrd presentations, Claire Gaudiani, author of The Greater Good and Adjunct Professor, Wagner School of Public Service, New York University will present a keynote address. Last year's Spirit of Philanthropy recipients, Greg and Deanna Graves will emcee.
Karma Vowell, NPD Chair, (816) 257-9339, kvowell@hopehouse.net
MO, St. Louis November 18, 2010
11:00 a.m. Reception
12:00 p.m. Luncheon
Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark
1 S. Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63102
Parking: Think green! Consider sharing a ride or taking Metrolink!
Valet at Market & Broadway - $8
Ballpark Village Lot - $5
Stadium East Lot (hourly) - $1/20 minutes (not to exceed $18)

$50 per person
$500 per table of 10
Sponsorships starting at $750 (Sponsors receive preferred seating & signage)
Catherine Neville
Publisher, Feast Magazine
Master of Ceremonies

Please join us as we honor:
Outstanding Philanthropists
Carol and Michael Staenberg

Outstanding Philanthropic Organization
St. Louis Rams

Outstanding Fundraising Volunteers
Bonnie and L.B. Eckelkamp

Outstanding Corporate Philanthropic Program
Wells Fargo Advisors

Outstanding Fundraising Professional
Faith Maddy

Spirit of Philanthropy
Carolyn and Joseph Losos

Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy
Caroline Kohlhagen

The program will include a special remembrance of
E. Desmond Lee
celebrating and honoring his life's dedication
to philanthropy and the St. Louis region.

afp@qabs.com

Register
MS, Mississippi November 19, 2010, VIP Reception at 10:30 a.m., Lunch at noon.
Country Club of Jackson
Table of 8 (no honorees) - $500, Table of 8 (with honoree) - $750, Individual ticket - $50 Luncheon with a Philanthropist of the Year Award and Fundraiser of the Year Award. Rebecca Harris, (601) 960-8477, rebecca.harris
@jacksondiocese.org
MT, Montana November 9, 2010, 5:30 p.m. Historical Billings Depot
$35 per person, $500 sponsors
Dinner and awards.
Connie Grammens, (406) 256-8006; Jennifer Drinkwalter (406) 657-4697
MX, Mexico City October 26, 2010     Breakfast meeting.
We are honoring the Philanthropist of the Year, Mr. Joaquin Vargas Guajardo, a very important business man in Mexico City, the Foundation of the Year, in this case Fundación Rio Arronte, and the volunteer of the Year, Ms. Marcela Carral. We will have a Master conference with Dr. Jerold Panas, he will tal about the Commitment of the Boards.
Ma. Elena Noriega
menoriega@prodigy.net.mx
NC, Cape Fear Region November 4, 2010, Networking - 7:30 a.m., Awards program - 8:30 a.m.
Wilmington Hilton Riverside
$35 - individual ticket, $250 - table of 8
Breakfast with awards given away
Leigh Muscle, Event Co-Chair, (910) 233-0120, leighmuscle@gmail.com; Bob Jones, Event Co-Chair, (910) 796-7942, bob.jones@lcfh.org
NC, Charlotte November 10, 2010
Networking 11:15 am; Lunch 11:45 am -1:00 pm
The Ritz-Carlton, Charlotte
201 E Trade St
Charlotte, NC 28202-2423
(704) 547-2244
Table Sponsorship (8 guests) - $350/Individual registration - $40
We also have Event Sponsors.
Networking 11:15 am; Lunch 11:45 am -1:00 pm Sharon Harrington
Association of Fundraising Professionals - Charlotte Chapter
Board Member & 2010 NPD Chair Chapter
scharrin@uncc.edu
NC, Triad November 22, 2010
12 noon
Grandover Resort   Luncheon and awards ceremony
Keynote Speaker, Jerry Neal, philanthropist, author and co-founder for RF Micro Devices will deliver a message “Multiplying the Benefits of Philanthropy

Deb Mitchell
dmitchell
@shepherdscenterkville.com

NC, Triangle November 10, 2010 - 11:30 to 1:30 Prestonwood Country Club in Cary, NC $50 We will honor seven awardees for their roles in philanthropy, and also honor table volunteers Sharon Tripp at tripps@bellsouth.net
ND, North Dakota Chapter November 15, 2010
12 - 1:30 p.m.
Ramada Plaza Suites
1635 42nd Street South
Fargo, ND
$25 Luncheon keynote provided by: Collins Tuohy
Daughter of the family featured in The Blind Side
http://www.impactgiveback.org
Terinne Berg - 701-429-1954
Sue Omdahlen - 701-430-0675
Denise Laymon - 701-686-0623
NE, Nebraska November 17, 2010, 11:15 a.m. - President's Reception, 11:45 a.m. - Luncheon Embassy Suites, 1040 P Street, Lincoln, NE 68508  $35 National Philanthropy Day, Awards Luncheon with President's Reception prior to event. Meg Johnson, Associate VP Development, Nebraska Children and Families Foundation, (402) 817-2002, mjohnson
@nebraskachildren.org
NF, Newfoundland & Labrador November 15, 2010, 12 - 2 p.m. Capital Hotel, Kenmount Road, St. John's
Free to members, $35 for non-members
Luncheon with awards as primary focus
Nancy Hollett, (709) 753-8999, n.hollett@nf.aibn.com
NJ, Southern Chapter Nov 18 starting with 8:00 am breakfast The Mansion on Main St., Voorhees, NJ $35.00 per person ($30.00 if paid by Oct 31) Breakfast with awards. 856-873-5653 or www.afpnjsouthern.afpnet.org
NM, New Mexico November 15, 11:30-1:30 Embassy Suites, Albuquerque, New Mexico $45 individual tickets open seating; $500 reserved tables of 10, $1000 sponsor tables Lunch with:
Diversity Art Exhibit, Centerpieces and slides
Short video prepared by "Community Builders" high school students learning about philanthropy
National Philanthropy Day New Mexico Awards
Young Nonprofit Professional Network Awards
Celebration of statewide "Advancing Philanthropy" through participation of New Mexico philanthropy organizations

Pamela Chavez, vandpc@swcp.com

The NPD Awards Banquet will be featured in the New Mexico Business Weekly "Giving Guide" with photos and interviews of all award recipients, a special 2 page
spread about AFP NM, and the issue will premier at the NPD Awards Banquet with first distribution.

NV, Las Vegas November 18, 2010, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Culinary Training Academy, Las Vegas
$60 each, $500 table of 10
Luncheon with speaker Shelley Gitomer, VP of Development at the Nevada Cancer Institute. Awards will be presented to outstanding local philanthropists.
Diane M. Carlson, Philanthropy Day Chair, AFP Las Vegas, (702) 367-7724, dcarlson@
121philanthropicservices.com

NY, Central New York November 15, 2010
Special luncheon at 12 noon
Crowne Plaza in downtown Syracuse $50 per person. Open to public.
RSVP by Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Special luncheon at 12 noon. This year, the organization is honoring three of the area’s top philanthropists.

Outstanding Philanthropist
Kathy Goldfarb Findling
Executive Director
The Rosamond Gifford Foundation

Outstanding Volunteer Philanthropists of the Year
Jim and Juli Boeheim

Outstanding Corporation
VIP Structures
(accepted by David Nutting, CEO and Chairman)
Please visit http://www.afpcny.org/ for an online registration form or contact Beverly Mack to register with your name, company and contact information.
NY, Genesee Valley November 5, 2010, Luncheon at noon, VIP/NPD Nominees Reception at 11:30 a.m.
Rochester Riverside Convention Center, 123 E. Main Street, Rochester, NY
Tables of 10 are $500. Individual AFP member tickets are $50; non-member individual tickets are $55.
Luncheon; emcee and presnter; no educational sessions during NPD. The chapter presents awards in the five following categories: Outstanding Philanthropist, Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser, Outstanding Youth Volunteer Fundraiser, Outstanding Corporation and the Robert Clinger Outstading Fundraising Professional.
Mary E. McCrank, (585) 395-2354, mmccrank@brockport.edu
NY, Greater New York November 15, 2010 11:30am – 2pm The Plaza – Fifth Avenue at Central Park South $125 (AFP members); $175 (non-AFP members); tables are $2,050 This is a luncheon event. Featured philanthropist, Claire Bernard, will discuss her charity experiences and the mission of the Mariposa Foundation; individual charities honor someone special to them and awards are presented to each honoree. Greater New York Chapter, AFP
355 Lexington Avenue, 15th Floor
New York, NY 10017
Tel: (212) 582-8565 • Fax: (212) 370-9047
Email: nycafp@nycafp.org www.nycafp.org
Any other important information Event Chairs: Toby E. Boshak, Princess Grace Foundation-USA and Donna J. Wall, Food Bank For NYC dwall@foodbanknyc.org
NY, Hudson-Mohawk November 2nd, 8:00am-1:30pm (included continental breakfast and lunch) Hilton Garden Inn, 235 Hoosick Street, Troy, NY 12180 AFP Members-$75, Nonmembers-$95 Half day program including continental breakfast and lunch, keynote speaker James Michael Langley, Founder of Langley Innovations, will host two morning educational sessions: 1) “The State of American Philanthropy: What’s Changed, Why and For How Long” & 2) “Toward Higher Ground: Gateways and Barriers”
Program will also include annual meeting and election of 2011 Officers & Board Members
Rosalind Harris, afpnyhudsonmohawk
@gmail.com
or (518) 598-2419
NY, Mid Hudson Valley November 10
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel, Poughkeepsie, NY $35 for luncheon, $45 for luncheon and educational sessions Luncheon with educational sessions in the morning. Gail Orser, Director of Major Gift Field Operations, The Salvation Army, Eastern Territory, 845-620-7474 or mhvafp@gmail.com
NY, Western November 17, 2010 Adam’s Mark Hotel, Buffalo, New York The cost is $50 for an individual ticket with tables of 10 costing $450 (After the Oct. 27 early-bird deadline, the table price will then rise to $500).

There are no speakers or educational sessions planned for this event. Below are the awards that will be given out that day: Outstanding Philanthropist; Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser; Outstanding Philanthropic Corporation: Outstanding Small Business (25 employees or less): Outstanding Philanthropic Foundation; Outstanding Young Philanthropist; Outstanding Philanthropic Media; Outstanding Professional Fundraiser (Earle Hannel Award)

Patricia L. MIlbrand
Chapter Manager
Phone: (716) 878-2350
Fax: (716) 878-2389
afpwny@afpwnychapter.org
OH, Central November 23, 2010
Awards luncheon, noon to 1:30
The Columbus, A Renaissance Hotel, 50 N. Third Street, Columbus, OH 43215 $50 per person; sponsorship of table for ten for $1,000 Outstanding Philanthropist: Richard J. Solove, nominated by the Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute
Since his days as an undergraduate at The Ohio State University, Richard J. "Dick" Solove has a passion for The Ohio State University. He has been a cornerstone for the university, most notably with his $20 million gifts for genetics research. His personal generosity and commitment to securing additional funding has ensured that The James would be one of the best cancer research and treatment centers in the country.

Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser: Charlette Gallagher-Allred, PhD, nominated by OhioHealth
Charlette Allred has shaped OhioHealth's hospice program through her gifts, her advice, and her leadership. Since 1979, she has been instrumental, a stable and guiding force in all areas of fund-raising and organizational development. In addition to her own personal generosity, her talents include inspiring the generosity of others, and her passion and enthusiasm for hospice care are unmatched.

Outstanding Large Corporation: Nationwide, nominated by Nationwide Children's Hospital Foundation
Over the past ten years, Nationwide Foundation has awarded more than $233 million of more than 3,000 nonprofit organizations that work to meet the crucial needs in communities with large Nationwide employee populations In June 2006, Nationwide awarded its largest single contribution, of $50 million, to Children's Hospital, the largest charitable contribution in central Ohio history.

Outstanding Small Corporation: HLS MedFreight, nominated by Concord Counseling
Stewardship is an intentional part of the corporate culture of HLS MedFreight, as well as promoting the well-being of the local community. In addition to donating its own dollars, the company encourages its employees to get involved on their own time...and on company time.

Outstanding Volunteer Fundraising Group: McDonald’s Owners/Operators of Central Ohio, nominated by Ronald McDonald House Charities
The emotional, financial, and physical giving provided by the central Ohio McDonald's co-op has helped turn Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio into a best practice model for other cities. For more than 28 years, their contributions and volunteer efforts have brought much more than shelter to the lives of families in crisis.

Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy: Dante Landolfi & Molly O’Connor, nominated by the Columbus Blue Jackets
Dante and Molly, two students at Barrington Elementary School in Upper Arlington, turned their respective losses of loved ones into a triumph of the spirit of philanthropy. Inspired by Race for the Cure, they launched "Beat Michigan! Beat Cancer!" and raised more than $22,000 for ovarian and breast cancer research from 900 race participants.

Judges’ Award: Chad Jester & Tom Katzenmeyer, nominated by the Mid-Ohio Foodbank
Foe more than 2 years, Tom Katzenmeyer and Chad Jester joined forces to lead the Mid-Ohio Foodbank's Campaign to Sustain and dedicated themselves with energy, offered their considerable knowledge and expertise, and inspired other corporate community members to give, and give generosity. Their extraordinary work resulted in the most ambitious and successful fund-raising campaign in the history of the Foodbank.

Leave A Legacy Award: Dr. Jerome J. & Mrs. Margaret A. Cunningham, nominated by the Central Ohio Planned Giving Council
The Central Ohio Chapter of AFP is pleased to include COPG in the National Philanthropy Day celebrations with the presentation of the Leave a Legacy Award. Dr and Mrs. Jerome J. Cunningham are generous donors and dedicated volunteers, committed to improving our central Ohio. They established a trust fund at The Columbus Foundation to address future issues and needs that arise in the community.

And finally, we are honored to announce the recipient of the Central Ohio AFP Chapter's highest award for professional accomplishments in the philanthropy community. Congratulations to Pam Glasgow!

Outstanding Fundraising Professional: Pamela H. Glasgow
Recognized for her chapter leadership, her volunteer commitment, and her professional accomplishments, the Central Ohio AFP Chapter is please to announce that Pam Glasgow has been awarded our chapter's highest professional honor. Pam has a track record of impressive accomplishments through her work at OhioHealth, Big Brothers Big Sisters,and the Ohio College of Nursing, as well as her achievements as a volunteer on the board of the Columbus Montessori Education Center. A former chapter board president, Pam is a long-standing member of AFP.

www.centralohioafp.org
Tickets and information, call 614-884-7780 ext. 4 or centralohioafp@cs.com.
OH, Cleveland November 5, 2010
Signature at LaCentre, 25777 Detroit Road, Westlake, OH   Educational sessions for professionals and volunteers with internationally recognized strategist, speaker and author, Dr. Ron Archer beginning at 9 a.m. and the awards luncheon from 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Please call (216) 696-1613 for reservations or additional information.
OH, Greater Dayton Region November 18, 2010, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center $35 members, $55 nonmembers. Luncheon. At the 2010 National Philanthropy Day luncheon, the Greater Dayton Region Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) will honor outstanding achievements of eight individual, foundation and corporate philanthropists in the following categories: Outstanding Philanthropist, Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser, Outstanidng Fundraising Executive, Outstanding Foundation, Outstanding Small Corporation, Outstanding Large Corporation, Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy (5-17), Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy (18-23). The audience will hear from each of these extraordinary honorees whose gifts of time, expertise and resources contribute significantly to the success of not-for-profit agencies and the individuals they serve in our community. The AFP Greater Dayton Region Chapter 2010 National Philanthropy Day celebration is presented by The Dayton Foundation and CareSources Foundation.
Lindsay Ackley, 2010 NPD Chair, (937) 222-3778 ext. 140, lindsay.ackley
@clothesthatwork.org

OH, Northwest November 10, 2010, 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
The Pinnacle, Maumee, OH
$35 each, $500 table sponsorships, Event sponsorships available.
Luncheon
Mary Galvin, The University of Toledo, mary.galvin@utoledo.edu, (419) 530-4134
OH, North Central November 12, 2010 Hilton Akron/Fairlawn Presenting Sponsors - $2,500 ($2,100 of this sponsorship is tax-deductible)
Presenting sponsors will receive exclusive sponsorship of each award including logo recognition in all event materials and on AFP NCOH’s website and a full-page ad in the event program. Presenting sponsors will also receive two tables for 8 guests per table (16 guests total) as well as recognition during the award ceremony. Includes special recognition of a significant fundraiser/donor to your organization as a "Grand Champion" in the program booklet and during a special session of the awards ceremony.

The following awards are available for sponsorship:

o Small Business Leadership Award: Papa Joe's

o Corporate Leadership Award: The Timken Company

o Foundation Leadership Award: Summa Foundation

o Children in Philanthropy Award: Isabel Biasella

o Special Recognition Award: Lee & Kathy Giller

Community Champion Sponsors- $1,500 ($1,300 of this sponsorship is tax-deductible)
Community Champions will receive one table for 8 guests and a full-page ad in the event program, as well as sponsorship recognition in the program and website. Includes special recognition of a significant fundraiser/donor to your organization as a "Community Champion" in the program booklet and during a special session of the awards ceremony.

Hometown Hero Sponsors- $1,000 ($800 of this sponsorship is tax-deductible)
Hometown Heroes will receive one table for 8 guests and a half-page ad in the event program, as well as special sponsorship recognition in the program and website.

Vanguard Sponsors- $500 ($400 of this sponsorship is tax-deductible)
Vanguard Sponsors will receive luncheon tickets for 4 guests and a quarter-page ad in the event program, as well as sponsorship recognition in the program and website.

Program Booklet Advertisements
Salute an award recipient or promote your organization:

o Full-page ad (full-color, 8 inches high x 5 inches wide) - $600

o Half-page ad (full-color, 4 inches high x 5 inches wide) - $300

o Quarter-page ad (full-color, 4 inches high x 2.25 inches wide) - $150

Ticket Reservations

o Tables for eight guests* - $450 ($250 of each table is tax-deductible)

o Patron tickets - $75 each* ($50 of each patron ticket is tax-deductible)

o Regular tickets - $40 each ($15 of each regular ticket is tax-deductible)

*Table supporters and patrons will be listed in the event program

Direct Support
If you are unable to attend, you may send a tax-deductible donation.
The Association of Fundraising Professionals North Central Ohio Chapter will celebrate National Philanthropy Day (NPD) on November 12, 2010. Join us in using this opportunity to show your appreciation for the many accomplishments that have been made in the name of giving. It’s your chance to shine the spotlight on the people who truly make a difference and remind our communities, our society, and the world that the spirit of giving is alive and well.
Thank you for your continued support of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and your commitment to philanthropy in North Central Ohio.
Register
OK, Eastern Oklahoma November 9, 2010
Registration and Breakfast begin at 8:00 a.m.
Luncheon Begins at Noon
Doubletree Hotel Tulsa-Downtown
616 W. Seventh Street,
Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74127
Tel: 1-918-587-8000
Fax: 1-918-587-3001
Advanced Rate: AFP Members $125.00 Others: $140.00
After 10/22/2010: AFP Members $140.00 Others: $155.00
Luncheon Only: $40.00
National Philanthropy Day Luncheon and Educational Conference
Morning and afternoon educational sessions
Luncheon with Speaker and Awards - Award nomination forms available on afpeastok.org for Outstanding Philanthropist; Volunteer Fundraiser, Fundraising Executive, Youth in Philanthropy
Educational Speaker - Dr. Jerold Panas
www.afpeastok.org information and online registration
ON, Golden Horseshoe November 15, 2010, 12:00 – 2:00 p.m Burlington Golf & Country Club $40/person Luncheon, Awards Presentation Erin Sargeant Greenwood, CFRE
Associate Vice President, Annual & Planned Giving
University of Waterloo
519-888-4567 ext. 38758
esargean@uwaterloo.ca
ON, Ottowa November 15th at 6 p.m. Fairmont Chateau Laurier Ballroom $100 per person Dinner with a very short speech and focus on awards Norma Lamont, nlamont
@cheofoundation.com
, 613 737-2783 or our Chapter Administrator, Joanne Thurlbeck at jothorlbeck@rogers.com
ON, South Eastern Ontario November 17, 2010, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Confederation Basin Hotel, Ontario Street, Kingston Ontario Early Bird: $110 Members, $125 Non Members (until October) This is an all day event, with workshops from 8:30 until 4:00; AGM at 4:00; This includes our Philanthropy Day Awards luncheon from 12 – 1:30

Eyre Purkin Bien, CFRE, (613) 544-3400 x. 3012, eyrepurkin.bien@uhkf.ca

Visit our website for further details: http://afpseo.afpnet.org/
Home.aspx

PA, Berks Regional November 12, 2010, 8 - 9:30 a.m. Reading Crowne Hotel, Wyomissing, PA $35 - individual, $250 - table of 8   Celeste A. Voyer, NPD Chair, cavoyer@epix.net
PA, Central PA November 15, 2010
12:00-2:00 p.m.
Sheraton Harrisburg Hershey Hotel
4650 Lindle Road
Harrisburg, PA
Member fee - $30
Nonmember fee - $35
Table of 8 - $250
“Spirit of Philanthropy” Honoree - $100
“Spirit of Philanthropy” Honoree recognizes an exceptional person, organization, or committee of your organization. For a fee of $100, honorees receive complimentary registration, a commemorative clock specially engraved for the occasion, and recognition in the program remarks and print materials.
Luncheon
Master of Ceremonies: Mike Greenwald
6 award winners in the following categories: Youth, Foundation, Corporation, Fundraising Professional, Volunteer Fundraiser, and Philanthropist
Unlimited “Spirit of Philanthropy” Honorees
June Mansberger-Royer, CFRE, Co-Chair – (717) 558-7846 or jmansbergerroyer
@pamedsoc.org

Elyse Kauffman, Co-Chair – (717) 299-4829 or ekauffman@sjunesmith.com
PA, Eastern November 10, 2010, 8 a.m. DeSales University, University Center, 2755 Station Avenue, Center Valley, PA 18034
individual Breakfast and Awards Program: by 10/29 - $35, 10/30-11/5 - $40, after 11/5 - $45; Table of 8 - Breakfast and Awards Program: by 10/29 - $300, 10/30-11/5 - $350, after 11/5 - $400
Breakfast. Awards are given in the category of Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser, Outstanding Fundraising Group, Outstanding Foundation, Outstanding Fundraising Executive, Outstanding Philanthropist, Rising Star.

NPD Co-Chairs Linda Merkel, Executive Director, America on Wheels, (610) 432-4200 ext. 11; Liz Hahn, Director of Special Events, America on Wheels, (610) 432-4200 ext. 10.

The Rising Star Award is new this year for our chapter. This award is presented to a fundraising professional with five years or less experience that exemplifies professionalism and creativity, has documented success in fundraising and a commitment to professional development. The nominee must be an AFP member.

PA, Greater Philadelphia November 18, 2010
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Loews Philadelphia Hotel – 1200 Market Street – Philadelphia, PA Individual Tickets - $85 Member; $95 Non-Member; Table of 10 with a Full Page Ad - $1,200 Awards Luncheon

Association of Fundraising Professionals
Greater Philadelphia Chapter
T: 215-473-2261
F: 215-477-1109
4520 City Avenue, Suite 301
Philadelphia, PA 19131
E: chapter@afpgpc.org
W: www.afpgpc.org

PA, Northeastern November 19, 2010, 11:30 a.m. Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs, Plains PA $35 per person Luncheon with awards distributed Craig Lukatch, NPD Chair
WVCA, 1133 Wyoming Avenue, Forty Fort PA 18704
570-714-1246
clukatch@wvcakids.org
PA, Pocono Mountains November 11, 2010
6 p.m.
Lawnhaven at Stroudsmore, Stroudsburg, PA $50 OUTSTANDING YOUTH IN PHILANTHROPY
Mr. Nabil Cristillo
Nominated by:
Northampton Community College

OUTSTANDING CORPORATION
Great Wolf Lodge
Nominated by:
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bridge Serving Monroe County


OUTSTANDING FUNDRAISING EXECUTIVE
Mr. Mark Hodgson
Nominated by:
RSVP

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Mr. Berne Cramer
Nominated by:
Pocono Mountains Chapter of AFP and 2010 Judges
Angela Beers 570-856-8287
PA, Western November 18, 2010, 5:30 p.m.
Reflections and Admiral Rooms, Sheraton Station Square, Pittsburg, PA $35 for AFP members, $50 for non-members The event begins at 5:30 p.m. with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres followed with our awards presentation. Afterwards, guests enjoy desserts and coffee.
Chair: Susan Salyards, President-Elect, (412) 365-2542, ssalyards@pittsburghzoo.org; Co-Chair: Karen Kutzer, CFRE, (412) 563-9232, kkutzer929@aol.com.
RI, Rhode Island Tuesday, Novemeber 23rd
8 a.m. - 10 a.m.
Crowne Plaza, Warwick, Rhode Island $40 AFP-RI's Annual National Philanthropy Day Celebration - "Changing Rhode Island with a Giving Heart."
The biggest celebration of philanthropy in Rhode Island
A Breakfast event Tuesday, November 23, 2010 beginning at 8:00AM
Hosted by Karen Adams, WPRI 12 News

AFP-RI will be recognizing and honoring leaders of our philanthropic community from the following categories:
Outstanding Philanthropic Citizen
Outstanding Philanthropic Corporation
Outstanding Philanthropic Business
Outstanding Philanthropic Organization
All who have made an extraordinary contribution to philanthropy and volunteerism in Rhode Island.

We will also be awarding the Herbert E. Kaplan Youth in Philanthropy Scholarship to a high school senior, who "demonstrate outstanding community commitment through community service as a leader in philanthropy."

The most important part of the celebration is the presentation of the more than 80 Partners in Philanthropy, who are being honored by more than 50 non-profits in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts.

Linda C. Bainer
401-461-3863
info@afpri.org
SC, Central November 18, 2010, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Brookland Banquet and Conference Center, Columbia, SC   Luncheon

Felicia Easterlin, (803) 782-2814, feasterlin@cnhs.org

Speaker TBA

SK, Saskatoon November 15, 2010, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
TCU Place
$30 per ticket, table for $240
Luncheon with awarads and key note speaker Gerald Grandey CEO and President, Cameco
Arla Gustafson, (306) 655-1050, arla.gustafson
@saskatoonhealthregion.ca

TN, Memphis November 18, 2010, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Holiday Inn/Fogelman Executive Conference Center at the University of Memphis
Individual tickets will be $40. In honor of the Memphis Chapter's 25th birthday, our gift to anyone who purchases a full table before October 15th is a $25 discount making the total table cost $375. After October 15th, table prices will be $400 each.
A luncheon event with AFP Crystal Awards given in various categories to recognize the outstanding philanthropic efforts of business, organizations, and individuals in the greater Memphis community.
Chair: Kris Crim, NPD Chair, (901) 458-9622 ext. 231, kcrim@ymcamemphis.org; Co-Chair: Missy Rainer, (901) 767-1440 ext. 224, missy.rainer
@girlscoutshs.org

TN, Nashville November 10; 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Hutton Hotel $55 per person; $500 per table of ten This is an awards luncheon. Our Master of Ceremonies is a local broadcast personality. We have four main awards categories: Philanthropist(s) of the Year, Corporate Philanthropist of the Year, Fundraising Volunteer of the Year and Youth Volunteer of the Year. We also award a scholarship to an AFP member and present an award for Fundraising Professional of the Year. The four main award winners receive framed portraits of themselves with small plaques noting their award category. These portraits are in-kind gifts courtesy of Micael Renee Lifestyle Portraiture. A brief video honoring each award winner will be shown. After the video, the honoree is brought onto the stage where they will receive their gift and have the opportunity to make a brief speech about their work. Kristen Oliver, koliver
@nashvillesymphony.org
;
Jim Robert,
jim.robert@bbbs.org
TX, Lubbock Area November 10, 2010 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Lubbock Country Club $50 Individual Ticket, $500 Table Sponsor Luncheon, We will give awards for Outstanding Philanthropist, Outstanding Philanthropic Organization, Outstanding Fundraising Professional and Outstanding Fundraising Volunteer. National Philanthropy Day Chair, Traci Cheek, The Children's Home of Lubbock, P.O. Box 2824 Lubbock, TX 79408,
806.762.0482 ext 215, tcheek@childshome.org
TX, Permian Basin November 4, 2010 Midland Country Club

Luncheon cost $40
Workshop same
day
Presenter: Peter Brinckerhoff
$35 members
$50 non AFP

Luncheon
Workshop
Lyman Gifford, CFRE
432.570.7601
TX, Plains November 17, 2010, 11:30 am-1:00 pm Amarillo Civic Center, Heritage Room $50 individuals, $375 non-profit tables, $500 all other general tables Luncheon, awards are presented Julie Ontiveros
806.331.8853 - office
jontiveros@thegiftoflife.org
More info: http://www.afptexasplains.org
VA, Central November 17, 2010, Workshop at 9 a.m., Awards Luncheon at noon.
Greater Richmond Convention Center, 403 North Third Street, Richmond, VA 23219
Workshop and Luncheon: AFP Members $70, Non-members $85, Workshop only: AFP Members $30, Non-members $35, Luncheon only: AFP Members $40, Non-members $55, Non-profit Corporations Table of 10 with 2 workshop passes $600, Corporate Table of 10 with 2 workshop passes $1200. Other sponsorships are available, please contact chapter office.
Workshop (CE credits) in the morning with an awards luncheon in the afternoon.
Bethanie Constant - Co-Chair, bconstant@unfs.org; Maureen Neal - Co-Chair, nealm@dailyplanetva.org; Chapter office (804) 756-1793 or admin@afpcentralca.org
VA, Shenandoah November 22, 2010, Reception at 11 a.m., lunch and program at noon Festival Ballrooms, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA $35 per ticket, $25 per ticket - AFP members, $250 for sponsor table of 6 Reception and luncheon; Awards - Spirit of Philanthropy Award, Individual Philanthropist Award, Youth in Philathropy Award, Corporate Philanthropist Award, Sandra S. Neff Fundraising Executive Award Janet Wendelken, Chairperson for NPD for AFP Shenandoah Chapter, Executive Director, Rockingham Education Foundation, Inc. Rockingham County Public Schools, 100 Mt. Clinton Pike, Harrisonburge, VA 22802, jwendelken@
rockingham.k12.va.us
, (540) 564-3218
VA, Tri-State November 15 from 8:15am -1:15pm Holiday Inn Historic Gateway
Winchester, VA
$35 includes lunch We plan to have three speakers present that day; Doug White, Janet Hedrick and Allen Burroughs. We will also be giving two awards that afternoon; one for Corporate Philanthropist of the Year and one for Individual Philanthropist of the Year.

Debbie Talley
dtalley@valleyhealthlink.com

WI, Greater Madison November 12, 2010 Overture Center for the Arts
Early Bird Rate: $45 Table of eight - $360; After: $60 Table of eight - $480 Luncheon, awards will be given AFP Greater Madison Chapter
403 West Washington Avenue
Madison, WI 53703
AFP Chapter Administrator at 608-204-6077 or send an email to madisonafp@yahoo.com
WI, Northeast

November 10, 2010.
Workshop Sessions 9 am, 10 am and 11 am

Fox Valley Technical College, 1825 N. Bluemound Drive, Appleton, WI
Park in North lot and enter through doors 16
Workshop and luncheon package: $50/AFP member, $60 Non-AFP member, $400/table of eight
Luncheon only: $30/ Guest, $240 Table of eight
NE WI AFP Chapter will host a morning of professional development workshops followed by an awards luncheon for the categories of Outstanding Philanthropist, Outstanding Fundraising Volunteer, Outstanding Corporation, Outstanding Lifetime Philanthropist and Youth Philanthropist. Winners will be announced at the luncheon. Joseph Brooks at joseph.w.brooks@lawrence.edu

 



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