National Philanthropy Day

Each year, hundreds of communities across North America come together to recognize the countless ways philanthropy has made a difference.   AFP Saskatoon Chapter is excited to recognize and celebrate the many individuals and organizations that strengthen our community through their acts of generosity. Charitable organizations are invited to recognize their supporters with one nomination in each category: Honoured Supporter Award and Youth in Philanthropy Award, and their dedicated fundraising staff through the Chamberlain Scholarship. 

Saskatoon's National Philanthropy Day Luncheon celebrations will be held on November 16, 2023.    Tickets and tables can be purchased online at: 

We are pleased to announce the 2023 keynote speaker will be Tracy Muggli (BA, BSW, MSW, RSW), Executive Director of St. Paul’s Hospital.


Tracy has 35 years’ experience in health and social service sectors. She currently serves as the Executive Director of St. Paul’s hospital in Saskatoon. She is a former Director with Mental Health and Addiction Services and a former Manager with Client Patient Access Services, Saskatchewan Health Authority. She served as a sessional lecturer in the Faculty of Social Work-U of R, for 13 years.


Tracy is a board member with St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation, St. Peter’s College in Muenster, University of Regina Alumni Association (serving as its representative to the University of Saskatchewan Senate). She is a former board member of several community organizations, including Saskatoon Open Door Society, Saskatchewan Intercultural Association, and the Saskatoon Community Foundation where she helped initiate the Community Fund for Reconciliation, and was recently recognized for this work with the establishment of the ‘Tracy Muggli Fund for Reconciliation,’ as well as a YWCA Women of Distinction Award-Reconciliation category.

Tracy has been the recipient of multiple leadership awards including a Distinguished Service award from the Canadian Association of Social Workers, Distinguished Service- Saskatchewan Psychiatric Association, the Chief of Police Award for Community Service, the Saskatoon Police Services Badge Award, Honoured Supporter Award-Association of Fundraising Philanthropists-Saskatoon, and YWCA Woman of Distinction Award. She was recently awarded a Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Medal for her work in the health sector.

Tracy lives in Saskatoon and enjoys all the city has to offer in the theatre, live music, festival and restaurant scenes, as well as the natural beauty of the community walking and cycling trails.


For more information, please contact 2023 National Philanthropy Day Co-Chairs:

Kimberly Kroll-Goodwin –
Miren Luczka –