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National Philanthropy Day is November 6

Please Make Plans to Join Us as We Honor Our Local Philanthropic Heroes

Congratulations to Our Honorees:

Philanthropist
Raul Alvarado

Corporate Foundation
Anheuser Busch

Volunteer
Dick Bartus

Youth Volunteer
Isabella Barber

Volunteer Organization
Kiwanis Club of Northridge

Founder
Ken Craft

Professional Fundraiser
Jenny Daniels Freese

Thursday, November 6


11:30 am


Courtyard by Marriott, Sherman Oaks

Sponsors to Date:

KELLEHER & ASSOCIATES
LA Valley College Foundation
New Horizons
Valley Village
The Village Family Services


If you would like to assist in underwriting the event, please download the information here. Should you have questions about the event or sponsorships, please contact us.

You may purchase tickets, select sponsorship opportunities and pay for advertising online at http://bit.ly/NPDSponsor

 



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