The 2020 nomination period is now open. See below for links to forms.
What's new this year:
Outstanding Youth and Outstanding Youth Group nominations are due by June 15.
What's the same this year:
Youth and Youth Group awards will still each have a $3,000 scholarship.
Our hearty thanks to Daniels Fund.
What's different this year:
With the cancelation of the in-person event in November, we will not be awarding the remaining categories. Instead, we will be honoring individuals and companies who have supported our community and made a difference during COVID-19. We will be honoring these nominees in a special, virtual way, this fall. You may nominate any individual, organization, or group here.
The Association of Fundraising Professionals Colorado Chapter defines diversity as the seeking and achievement of a broad representation of experiences, perspectives, opinions, and cultures within philanthropy. The National Philanthropy Day Steering Committee encourages nominations from all individuals, groups, and organizations representing all regions of Colorado. We believe that inclusiveness is an essential source of strength and vitality.
All nominations must be complete when submitted.
Complete nominations must be submitted via email.
Nomination for Youth Awards -- Word or pdf
General Nomination Form -- Form
Complete Nomination Instructions
Every nomination is unique, these examples are provided to show you successful nominations. Please tailor your nomination to your nominee and award category. The first example shows a good example of the new diversity question.
Outstanding Large Business: Empower Retirement
Outstanding Foundation: Community Foundation of Northern Colorado
Outstanding Small Business: Bachus & Schanker, LLC
Outstanding Professional Fundraiser: Jan Weimer