Celebrating National Philanthropy Day
Thirty-six years ago, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed November 15th as National Philanthropy Day. The purpose of the day is to recognize the impact of philanthropy and those who are active in the philanthropic community. Simply put, philanthropy is an act of goodwill, and thus, a philanthropist is anyone who donates their time, talent and/or treasure to charitable organizations and causes.
Every year, AFP (Association of Fundraising Professionals) Chapters throughout the country gather to celebrate and honor the foundations, philanthropists, small businesses, corporations, volunteers and youth that have made a positive impact in their communities. National Philanthropy Day, like our trademarked methodology, Hyper-Philanthropy™️ celebrates the positive impact we can achieve when we work together toward the common good.
We work with our clients to mobilize the very best of their resources to receive the greatest philanthropic response. We focus on strategy, culture, behavioral economics, and communication in each of our service delivery models. To learn more about Hyper-Philanthropy™️ click here.
For the first time since 2019, THG sponsored in-person events celebrating National Philanthropy Day in Dayton and in Columbus. Out team shared time with our clients and friends and we were inspired by the philanthropic work being done in those communities. We are proud to play a small role where we are privileged enough to do so and we wish our most heartfelt congratulations to the award winners in every community we are honored to serve. Thank you for the positive impact you have on your community and the world.
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