1. SAVE THE DATE: Mark your calendar and plan to join us in celebrating the people and organizations that take action to serve our neighbors and improve our community.
2. NOMINATE: Celebrate an individual, organization, or volunteer whose generosity and dedication to mission moves you by nominating them for an NPD Award.
2020 NPD Award Nominations
3. BE A SPONSOR: Sponsorship opportunities of all levels are available for National Philanthropy Day 2020. This event is a wonderful way for your company to gain exposure and support the incredible difference philanthropy makes in our community.
2020 Sponsorship Opportunities
4. SHARE YOUR IMPACT: How do you and your organization set Mission into Motion? Submit a nomination for the 2020 Impact Awards and help us recognize the innovative and inspirational work that goes on ‘behind the scenes’ and sets Mission in Motion.
2020 Impact Awards
5. HELP US CELEBRATE YOUR DONORS AND VOLUNTEERS: Even if you are unable to attend our National Philanthropy Day event, this opportunity to nominate partners is one of the major benefits of being an AFP member.
2020 Partners in Philanthropy
National Philanthropy Day is the special day set aside to recognize and pay tribute to the impact of philanthropy
in the world around us. It's a day to honor those people active in the philanthropic community who have made
our lives, our communities and our world a better place.
Billions of dollars are given every year to just causes. Millions of programs and services administered to those in need. Individuals are connected to cause and to each other. Civic participation and important societal bonds are created and strengthened through philanthropy as we work to improve the quality of life for all people.
In Southeastern Wisconsin the impact of philanthropy is beyond impressive. As fund development professionals, we have the unique opportunity to work with people and organizations that are responsible for impacting the missions we champion.
"Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth."