Community Foundation of Southern Maryland

 

6th Annual Philanthropy Day Luncheon
Greater Waldorf Jaycees Community Center
November 18, 2011, 11:30am - 1:30pm

We are proud to honor the individuals, organizations and businesses nominated by their peers, who have contributed an extraordinary amount of time, money and service to help 'make Charles County the best place to live and give'.

Each year hundreds of community foundations throughout the US and Canada honor the philanthropic efforts of individuals, businesses and nonprofits who have demonstrated philanthropy and enhanced their communities. Charles County's 2011 top philanthropists, business leaders and individuals will be honored at the 2011 Annual Philanthropy Day luncheon on Friday, November 18, 2011, 11:30 Ė 1:30 p.m. at the Greater Waldorf Jaycees Community Center. This is the Community Foundation of Southern Marylandís (CFCC) signature event thus far recognizing nearly 40 individuals, businesses and nonprofits since our first luncheon held in November of 2006. (View past award recipients)

Along with our annual awards, CFCC is recognizing folks who have served their entire life in an exemplary way. We know there are many residents of Charles County who quietly give to the community, yet because a huge monetary contribution to any one organization or program or project cannot be tied to them directly --- their impact of selfless service remains unrecognized. It is their selfless commitment to the community and their unique ability to motivate others that we want to recognize.

2011 Annual Philanthropy Award Recipients

Business of the Year
Swan Point Yacht & Country Club

Nonprofit of the Year
Charles County Rotary Club of La Plata

Volunteer of the Year
Dorothea Smith

2011 Philanthropy Hall of Fame Inductees

Mary Hancock

Lillian Richardson

For more information about all of the 2001 nominees, please view the program.

This yearís theme of giving thanks coincides with our upcoming Thanksgiving Holiday. In addition to the awards luncheon, the Foundation is asking attendees to bring two non-perishable food items with them to support a local food pantry.

Keynote Speaker: Ellen Allen, Founder and CEO of Ellen Allen Annapolis

Ellen Allen Ellen Allen, a southern Maryland native, was born and raised on a working farm on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. It was here when Ellen was first inspired by coastal designs. As a working Mom, Ellenís need for function and flexibility and her eye for fashion and design led her to establish her own signature brand of lifestyle products, Ellen Allen Annapolis. Ellenís totes and handbags are made of durable fabrics, vibrant colors, and classic stripes combined with patterns inspired by Annapolis architecture. In addition to creating the perfect bag, Ellen believes strongly in the ďfabricĒ of community and has been a generous donor to countless community nonprofit organizations. In late 2010, Ellen Allen Annapolis selected the Ronald McDonald House of Baltimore as its charity of choice, donating a portion of every sale to the operating budget of the House. In addition, Ellen Allen Annapolis recently hosted a benefit luncheon and raised $3500 for theEllen Allen Annapolis logo Ronald McDonald House. As a woman who loves her career and is devoted to her family, graceful living and balance define her life and guide her everyday choices. www.ellenallen.com

Thank you to the following Sponsors of this yearís event:

Premiere Sponsors:

Chaney Enterprises, Philanthropy Day Luncehon sponsor Greater Waldorf Jaycees Foundation, Inc.
 

Presenting Sponsor:

Facchina Group of Companies, LLC
 

Ambassador Sponsor:

Community Bank of Tri-County, Philanthropy Day Luncheon sponsor
 

Patron Sponsors:

College of Southern Maryland
GenOn Energy, Inc.
Leadership Southern Maryland

 

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