2017 NPD Nominations

Changing the world doesn’t happen overnight. It takes countless moving parts and dedicated volunteers to make a difference. The National Philanthropy Day Luncheon is your chance to nominate those individuals who truly impact the work you do on a daily basis. Nominations are open for the Greater Louisville Chapter AFP's National Philanthropy Day Awards for 2017. Awards will be presented at the Philanthropy Day Luncheon on November 17, 2017, held at the Galt House Hotel.

On behalf of the Greater Louisville Chapter AFP, we invite your nominations for: 

    • Baylor Landrum Jr. Leave A Legacy Award - The recipient shall be either a charitable donor or a professional advisor who works with clients making plans for their estates (such as a financial advisor or estate attorney) who is not an employee of a nonprofit organization. Nominators may be anyone or any organization that is aware of the nominee’s qualifications. Nominators are encouraged to submit nominees to either or both categories, but only one award will be given each year. The nominee must be living at the time of nomination.

 

    • Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser Award - 

      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 nominee must be living at the time of nomination. 

    • Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy Award - This award recognizes an individual or a group of young people ages 5-17 (at time of nomination) who demonstrate outstanding commitment to the Greater Louisville / Southern Indiana commmunity through any or all of these activities: direct financial support, development of charitable programs, volunteering, or leadership in philanthropy. The nominee must be living at the time of nomination.

 

    • Philanthropist of the Year, Individual - 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. The nominee must be living at the time of nomination.

 

    • Philanthropist of the Year, Organization - 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.

 

    • Young Philanthropist of the Year - 

      This award recognizes an individual or a group of people ages 18-35 (at time of nomination) who demonstrate 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.

    • Frank W. Penick Founder's Award - This award was created as a tribute to Mr. Penick, a founding member of the AFP Greater Louisville Chapter; it is presented annually at the National Philanthropy Day luncheon. A committee of fundraising peers chooses the recipient of this award, presented to an individual that has demonstrated exceptional leadership and commitment to the advancement of the development profession. This award is funded by an annual grant from an endowment established by Mr. Penick. AFP members are invited to submit their nomination to the Frank W. Penick Founder’s Award Committee.