Chesapeake Charities calls for nominations
STEVENSVILLE — Chesapeake Charities is calling for nominations for Philanthropist, Nonprofit and Volunteer of the Year to be presented at its November 2016 Celebration of Charity luncheon. Gov. Larry Hogan will also be honored at the luncheon for his courage and leadership in the face of adversity. The deadline to submit nominations May 31.
Nominations are requested from the communityat-large for the following prestigious awards: is
Philanthropist of the Year will recognize an individual or organization who has demonstrated outstanding generosity and community leadership.
Volunteer of the Year will honor one who has gone above and beyond in fulfilling their ser vice role.
Nonprofit of the Year will be presented to an organization that has consistently provided communities and families with vital support systems.
Award recipients will be recognized at the early November luncheon to be held at Chesapeake Bay Beach Club. Nomination forms can be obtained online at chesapeakecharities.org/connect/forms-applications or by calling Chesapeake Charities’ office at 410-643-4020. The nomination deadline is 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 31.
Chesapeake Charities is a community foundation that supports a wide range of charitable causes including education, health and human services, animal welfare, and the environment. All of its 75 funds have a common cause — a passion for making a difference in their communities. Together they have invested more than $8 million in the Chesapeake Bay region since 2005.
For information, contact Chesapeake Charities at 410-643-4020 or linda@ chesapeakcharities.org, or visit chesapeakecharities. org. Chesapeake Charities is accredited by the National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations.
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