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Alaska Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon | Friday, Nov. 20

Join us in recognizing the great contributions of philanthropy—and those people active in our philanthropic community! Read our press release announcing our 2015 Outstanding Philanthropy award recipients!

The AFP Alaska Chapter annual Alaska Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon recognizes outstanding achievement by individual, foundation and corporate philanthropists, fundraising volunteers and professional fundraisers.

Individual tickets are $40 or reserve a table for 8 for $600! Registration has closed. Please contact Candace Blas, tel: (907) 250-0880 or email candace(at)elementagency(dot)us.

Alaska Philanthropy Day Conference | Friday, Nov. 20 

Featured presenters:

Tom Ahern: Tom is considered one of the world’s top authorities on how to increase revenue thru donor communications.

Simone Joyaux: Consultant for nonprofits and NGOs: fund development, board development and strategic planning.

Read a detailed description of each session.

2015 Rasmuson Foundation National Philanthropy Day Travel and Conference Scholarships are available to individuals located outside of the Southcentral Alaska area. For more information visit Alaska Scholarships.

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