2014 NPD Award Winners and Event Information

National Philanthropy Day®

National Philanthropy Day® is a special day set aside to recognize and pay tribute to the great contributions that philanthropy–and those active in the philanthropic community–have made to our lives, our communities, our nation, and our world. National Philanthropy Day® acknowledges the entire spectrum of services provided by the nonprofit sector and recognizes the profound impact that philanthropy has on the fabric of society.

Congratulations to this year's winners that were recognized at National Philanthropy Day.  

Frank W. Penick Founder's Award from Connie Saner on Vimeo.

The Frank W. Penick Founder’s Award was created in 2000 as a tribute to Mr. Penick, a founding member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater Louisville Chapter. The award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated exceptional leadership and commitment to the advancement of the development profession. All recipients are certified fundraising professionals with at least 10 years of experience. This award is funded by an endowment established by Mr. Penick, and provides a grant to support the recipient’s continuing professional education.

 

Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser from Connie Saner on Vimeo.

This award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated exceptional leadership in raising money and organizing groups of volunteers for major fundraising projects for more than one organization, all within the Greater Louisville/Southern Indiana region.

 

The Baylor Landrum, Jr. Leave a Legacy Award from Connie Saner on Vimeo.

We at AFP are proud to partner with the Partnership for Philanthropic Planning of Kentuckiana to present the Baylor Landrum, Jr. Leave a Legacy Award. This award recognizes an individual who has made a planned gift or has helped to promote planned giving in our community. The Leave a Legacy Award is named in honor and memory of Baylor Landrum, Jr., a hero to many organizations in our community.

Baylor Landrum, Jr. died at age 92 on March 28, 2011. Mr. Landrum left a legacy to countless leaders in
our Greater Louisville community. He had a strong interest and dedication to the importance of education through both financial support and volunteer engagement. He was a co-founder of the Community Foundation of Louisville and responsible for the establishment of countless planned giving programs. Mr. Landrum played an integral philanthropic role for many organizations in our community, state and country.

 

Philanthropist of the Year - Individual from Connie Saner on Vimeo.

This award recognizes an individual with a proven record of exceptional generosity who, through direct financial support to charities in Greater Louisville/Southern Indiana demonstrates outstanding civic and charitable responsibility, and whose generosity encourages others to take on philanthropic leadership roles on local, national, and international levels.

 

Philanthropist of the Year - Organization from Connie Saner on Vimeo.

This award recognizes a business or grant-making organization in the Greater Louisville/Southern Indiana community with a proven record of exceptional generosity who, through direct financial support demonstrates outstanding civic and charitable responsibility to our community, and whose generosity encourages others to take on philanthropic leadership roles on local, national, and international levels.

 

Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy from Connie Saner on Vimeo.

This award recognizes an individual or a group of young people ages 5-17 (at time of nomination) who demonstrated outstanding commitment to the Greater Louisville/Southern Indiana community through any or all of these activities: direct financial support, development of charitable programs, volunteering, or leadership in philanthropy.

 

Young Philanthropist of the Year (2014) from Connie Saner on Vimeo.

This award recognizes an individual or a group of young people ages 18-35 (at the time of nomination) who demonstrated outstanding commitment to the Greater Louisville/Southern Indiana community through direct financial support, development of charitable programs, volunteering and leadership in philanthropy. The nominee must be living at the time of nomination.