Benton Community Foundation

2019 Philanthropic Achievement Awards

Tickets Available Now

 November 15, 2019

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

CH2MHill Alumni Center

Oregon State University

 

About the Event

The Benton Community Foundation’s Philanthropic Achievement Awards will bring together nonprofit leaders, business leaders, and community members to recognize outstanding achievements in philanthropy in Benton County.

The luncheon will showcase the hard work of our talented, generous community, and celebrate the people and organizations that volunteer, donate, and inspire others to create a bright future for families and children. You can purchase tickets for the luncheon here.

 

 

National Philanthropy Day

November 15th was first recognized as National Philanthropy Day by President Ronald Reagan in 1986. Since then, charitable organizations across the United States and throughout the world have designated November 15th as a day to honor their neighbors’ investment of time, talent, and financial resources.

The Benton Community Foundation is excited to bring this celebration to Benton County. We know donors and volunteers don’t give back in order to be recognized, but we think it’s important to highlight the outstanding contributions being made every day to our communities. We are grateful for our generous neighbors, and we look forward to honoring what you do.

 

 

2019 Awards & Recipients

 Join us November 15th to honor the following groups and individuals:

 

Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser

This award recognizes a volunteer who motivates others to give, commits time and energy without compensation, and shows talent for fundraising strategy, relationship building, and successful resource development.

2019 Recipients:

Ken Johnson

Ann Smart

 

 

Outstanding Volunteer Group

This award recognizes a collective volunteer effort that has proven effective in moving community programs and projects forward.

2019 Recipients:

Benton County Museum Team Leaders

Corvallis Sustainability Coalition

 

 

Outstanding Philanthropic Business

This award recognizes a community-minded business that, through its foundation, grant-making and/or employee involvement, commits significant resources to assist local organizations in meeting community needs.

2019 Recipient:

Samaritan Health Services

 

 

 

Outstanding Emerging Philanthropist

This award recognizes an individual or group that has improved the community and increased opportunities for others through direct financial support, development of charitable programs, volunteerism, and/or philanthropic leadership. Individuals age 30 or younger are eligible.

2019 Recipient:

Raider Royalty Students

at Crescent Valley High School

 

 

Outstanding Innovative Project or Program

This award recognizes exceptional innovation and creativity in a recent (past 3 to 5 years) charitable project. Innovation may be in terms of design, public involvement, and/or overall impact.

2019 Recipient:

Home Repair Initiative

of Benton Habitat for Humanity 

 

 

Outstanding Fundraising Professional

This award recognizes a local development professional who has pursued ambitious ideas and successfully inspired and engaged others in philanthropy.

2019 Recipient:

Kate Caldwell

Old Mill Center for Children and Families

 

 

BCF Board of Directors’ Award for Outstanding Philanthropic Achievement

This award recognizes an exceptional individual or family whose philanthropic leadership has made significant positive impact on the community. 

2019 Recipient:

The Honorable Clifford Trow and Jo Anne Trow

 

 

Thank you to our sponsors

 

Mission Sponsors


Emilie Joe Pastega Simpson Fund

 

Community Sponsors

 Ilene

Kleinsorge

Cam W. Little, DDS