Our Heartfelt thanks to all those who made this event possible, including: our nominators, nominees, presenters, Awards Organizing Committee , Nominating Committee, and our Awards Supporting Sponsor, Fundmetric, for their many efforts and incredible support in making this event possible.
Introducing the 2021-2022 AFP Nova Scotia Board of Directors:
Slate of Officers
Daphne Carter – Past President
Alison Clements- Secretary
Tom O’Handley – Treasurer
Heather Strickey- President
Slate of Directors
Sarah B. MacDonald
AFP Nova Scotia Professional Awards
Please help us congratulate this year's nominees and winners!
This award recognizes an organization, an individual or a group that has developed inventive campaigns, initiatives, project, or techniques that have grown and/or improved fundraising infrastructure, programs, and/or results while keeping the AFP's goals of inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility top of mind.
- Pandemic Power Hour with Chris Steeves & Danielle Boucher
- The Robert Van Wart Family
- West Nova Fuels Curl for a Cause Organizing Committee - Winner!
Partner of the Year
This award recognizes the power of partnership in advancing the fundraising sector. It is awarded to a business or corporation that has provided support through the contribution of financial, human, and other resources and is a strictly philanthropic relationship, i.e. the partnership is much deeper than simply sponsorship alone.
- Mitch and Matt Benvie, Evolve Fitness - Winner!
- Graham & Jim Eisenhauer, West Nova Fuels and Superline Fuels
- Jennifer Estabrooks, Soles in Motion
Above and Beyond
This award recognizes a fundraising professional who demonstrates outstanding commitment to their community through the development of charitable programs, volunteering, community leadership, and/or mentorship in philanthropic activities in their own organizations, as well as the community at large.
- Sarah B. MacDonald
- Liz Struijf-Mandishora - Winner!
This award recognizes an outstanding fundraising professional who practices their profession in an exemplary manner, either as a non-profit employee or as a consultant. Any nominee must have a minimum of five years’ experience.
- Stacy Chapman
- Kathleen Provost - Winner!
This award recognizes a fundraising professional whose early success bodes well for future leadership and achievement in the profession. The nominee must have worked in the fundraising profession for less than five years.
- Mila MacLean
- Whitney MacLean - Winner!
- Mackenize Moyer
- Taylor Mundy
- Jill Pekley
- Julia Shultz
If you have any questions related to the awards or nomination process, please contact the Awards Chair, Chris Steeves at firstname.lastname@example.org
Industry Awards Supporting Sponsor
AFP Nova Scotia would like to recognize our outstanding recipients of our past Maritime Philanthropy Awards:
AFP Nova Scotia Maritime Philanthropy Award Honour Roll