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Philanthropy shapes our community, our nation and our world.  On Wednesday, November 15, 2017, the Association of Fundraising Professionals – TX Coastal Bend Chapter is pleased to host our fifth annual National Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon at the Solomon P. Ortiz Center.   

The purpose of this luncheon is to advance philanthropy in our community by empowering people and organizations to practice ethical fundraising, to recognize the great contributions of philanthropy and people active in our philanthropic community, and to raise funds to empower fundraising professionals to continue to make a difference for the local organizations which they serve.

For more information on our event or to nominate someone for an award, please visit the Philanthropy Day tab.


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