2019 National Philanthropy Day Nomination Form
Thank you for taking the time to nominate a deserving nominee for National Philanthropy Day. Three finalists will be chosen from each category and announced in early September, with the exception of the Generosity of Spirit Award. The Generosity of Spirit will have just one honouree announced in September as the 2019 recipient. Please read the instructions and description of each award prior to filling out your nomination. We ask that you also have checked that your nominee is pleased to have their name(s) put forward.

Instructions:

1. Nomination statements are to be a maximum of 500 words per nomination. Longer submissions will be returned for editing. Best practice for this part of the form would be to cut and paste the text into the window already pared down to 500 words.

2. Award winners from the past 3 years are not eligible for nomination in the same category for the current year. Nominees who were not successful winners may be nominated again.

If you have any questions, please contact Tami Tate at tami@365daymedia.com. Deadline for Award Nominations is: Tuesday September 10, 2019.

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Generosity of Spirit Award
This award recognizes a family or an individual with a proven record of exceptional generosity who, through direct financial support, has demonstrated outstanding civic and charitable responsibility and whose generosity encourages others to take philanthropic leadership roles in the community. In your nomination, please include statements on all the following that apply:

1. Evidence and description of the nominee’s gift in the following ways:
(a) gifts provided
(b) additional participation, and
(c) impact on your agency’s ability to provide programs and services. (0‐65 points)
2. Evidence of encouragement and motivation given to others to take leadership roles in philanthropy. (0‐25 points)
3. Evidence of the nominee’s innovation, creativity and leadership in the philanthropic causes the nominee supports; how problems were solved. (0‐10 points)

Generosity of Spirit Award Nominee
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Nomination Statement - Generosity of Spirit Award
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Outstanding Fundraising Volunteer
This award recognizes an individual or family that has demonstrated outstanding skills in coordinating and motivating groups of volunteers for fundraising projects to benefit non‐profit organizations. The recipient must have demonstrated exceptional leadership skills in coordinating groups of volunteers for major fundraising projects for multiple non‐profit organizations.

In your nomination, please include statements on all the following that apply:

1. For each of the organizations/causes the nominee helped raise funds provide description of:
(a) leadership role and responsibilities,
(b) ability to organize and manage campaigns and groups,
(c) funds raised,
(d) time effort and personal financial commitment, and
(e) Impact the nominee and his/her work had on the organization’s ability to provide programs and services. (0‐65 points)
2. Evidence of success in recruiting, managing, and motivating others (0‐20 points)
3. Description of nominee’s volunteer participation on boards and/or committees of other local, national and/or international nonprofit organizations. (0‐15 points)

Outstanding Fundraising Volunteer Nominee
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Nomination Statement - Outstanding Fundraising Volunteer
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Outstanding Philanthropic Community Award
This award recognizes a community group, civic and/or service club that has demonstrated exceptional commitment and leadership in the community through service and financial support and through encouragement and motivation of others to take leadership roles toward philanthropy and community involvement.

In your nomination, please include statements on all the following that apply:

1. Description of the nominees initiative in either raising funds for or providing volunteer leadership role for:
(a) leadership role and responsibilities,
(b) ability to organize and manage campaigns and/or project,
(c) funds raised,
(d) time effort and the group's financial commitment, and
(e) Impact the group has had in helping other organization’s ability to provide programs and services. (0‐65 points)
2. Evidence of success in recruiting, managing, and motivating others (0‐20 points)
3. Evidence of the nominee’s innovation, creativity and leadership in the philanthropic causes the nominee supports, how problems were solved. (0‐10 points)

Outstanding Philanthropic Community Award
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Nomination Statement - Philanthropic Community Award Nominee
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Corporate Responsibility Award
The Corporate Responsibility Award recognizes a business with a strong record of exceptional generosity that, through direct financial support, has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to philanthropy and has encouraged and motivated others in the business community to take leadership roles in philanthropy and community involvement.

In your nomination, please include statements on all the following that apply:

1. Description of participation in each major program area/cause/initiative:
(a) Philanthropic support,
(b) innovation or creativity in addressing the issue,
(c) the leadership role the nominee played. (0‐45 points)
2. Evidence of direct gift support and a description of its impact (0‐35 points)
3. Evidence of encouragement and motivation given to others to take leadership roles in philanthropy (0‐20 points)

Corporate Responsibility Award Nominee
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Nomination Statement - Corporate Responsibility Award
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Award for Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy (5‐10 years old)
This award recognizes service by a group or individual ages 5 to 10 years who demonstrate outstanding commitment to the community through direct financial support, development of charitable programs, volunteering and leadership in philanthropy. If a group, nominees must fall within 5 to 10 years of age.

Nominations will be considered based on the responses to the following criteria:

1. Description in detail of what the nominees did, including goals, process, and other people involved in the process (adult leaders or adviser, etc.) and of the time, talent and/or treasure the youth gave for the common good and the results that were achieved. (0‐40 points)
2. Description of the impact the nominees had on the community, including numbers of people involved, financial impact, organizations helped, etc. (0‐30 points)
3. Long term (3‐5 years) impact of the nominee’s work. Will the project(s) be ongoing and has the nominee considered next steps or is working on other projects? (0‐20 points)
4. Evidence that the project(s) can serve as a prototype for others or is easily replicated in other communities. (0‐10 points)

Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy (5 ‐ 10 years old) Nominees
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Nomination Statement - Youth in Philanthropy (5 -10 years old)
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Award for Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy (11 ‐ 18 years old)
This award recognizes service by a group or individual ages 11 to 18 years who demonstrate outstanding commitment to the community through direct financial support, development of charitable programs, volunteering and leadership in philanthropy. If a group, nominees must fall within 11 to 18 years of age.

Nominations will be considered based on the responses to the following criteria:

1. Description in detail of what the nominees did, including goals, process, and other people involved in the process (adult leaders or adviser, etc.) and of the time, talent and/or treasure the youth gave for the common good and the results that were achieved. (0‐40 points)
2. Description of the impact the nominees had on the community, including numbers of people involved, financial impact, organizations helped, etc. (0‐30 points)
3. Long term (3‐5 years) impact of the nominee’s work. Will the project(s) be ongoing and has the nominees considered next steps or is working on other projects? (0‐20 points)
4. Evidence that the project(s) can serve as a prototype for others or is easily replicated in other communities. (0‐10 points)

Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy (11 ‐ 18 years old) Nominees
Enter the nominees names
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Nomination Statement - Youth in Philanthropy (11 -18 years old)
(500 word max)
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If you have any questions, please contact Tami Tate at tami@365daymedia.com.

Deadline for Award Nominations is:
Tuesday September 10 2019

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