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34th Annual National Philanthropy Day Luncheon

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Hyatt Regency Dallas
300 Reunion Blvd.
Dallas, Texas 75207

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2019 Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser Michal Powel

 

Honoring Some of Dallas’ Most Extraordinary Philanthropists, Volunteers, and Fundraising Professionals

Come celebrate the philanthropic spirit of Dallas and leave inspired to change the world

 

Organization: Greater Dallas Chapter, Association of Fundraising Professionals

Event Name:  34th Annual National Philanthropy Day Luncheon – “The Stars of Texas”

Date and Time:  Friday, Nov. 8, 2019; Registration: 11:30; Luncheon: Noon – 1:30 p.m.

Venue: Hyatt Regency Dallas

Chair: Janet Sherlip

Attire:  Business

Attendance: 500

Tickets:   $95; Sponsorships begin at $2,500

Web address: www. afpdallas.org

Event Contact: Madeleine Crouch, 972-233-9107, ext. 204, afpchapteroffice@afpdallas.org,  

PR Contact:  Elizabeth Lenart, 214-394-7457, el@vgsmarketing.com

 

Event description:

Hosted by The Greater Dallas Chapter of Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), Dallas’ National Philanthropy Day celebration brings together area nonprofits, volunteers, funders, foundations, business and community members to honor many of this city’s finest who give selflessly in support of numerous worthy causes.

 

The 2019 honorees are:

Outstanding Philanthropist Donna Wilhelm, a visionary leader and strong supporter of the arts, culture, and education (Nominated by World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth)

 

Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser Michal Powell, a passionate fundraiser for faith-based, medical, humanitarian, and arts-focused causes (Nominated by The Salvation Army North Texas Command)

 

Outstanding Fundraising Executive Cindy Scott, CFRE, a professional and successful fundraiser, benefiting people of Dallas and beyond for more than 30 years (Nominated by Parkland Foundation)

 

Outstanding Foundation Harry S. Moss Trust, supporting excellence in heart research and treatment to the local community and the world(Nominated by UT Southwestern Medical Center)

 

Outstanding Corporation Texas Capital Bank, bettering the lives of others through a charitable program supporting more than 100 nonprofits (Nominated by Parkland Foundation)

 

Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy Ashlyn Duy, a grateful former patient and loyal supporter of Children’s Health who has raised $31,170 in four Red Balloon Children Helping Children Tennis Tournaments to help other children.(Nominated by Children's Medical Center Foundation)


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