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The 47th Annual National Philanthropy Day Takes Place on November 4

The celebration will be from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Town & Country Hotel in Mission Valley

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What is National Philanthropy Day® (NPD)?

The purpose of this celebration, organized each year by the AFP San Diego Chapter, is to recognize the contributions of philanthropy—people who are actively engaged in giving through time, talent and treasure; and the development professionals who connect them to great causes—and to strengthen and enrich our community and world. San Diego’s NPD is one of the largest and most successful in the U.S., attracting nearly 1,000 participants, including philanthropists, nonprofit leaders, CEOs, board members, development professionals, and business, community, and civic leaders.

Honorees are selected by the NPD Honorary Committee, consisting of a group of highly respected, diverse, community nonprofit and business leaders. Our 2019 Honorees include Bob Wilson, Jack Raymond, Noun Abdelaziz, Michael & Lisa Peckham, Todd Kaprielian, Frank Motors Group and the Foundation for Developmental Disabilities.

Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are still available. Please visit npd2019.org for more information.

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