STLCF Receives Outstanding Philanthropic Organization Award

Celebrating Philanthropy in St. Louis. The St. Louis Community Foundation (STLCF) was recently honored with the Outstanding Philanthropic Organization award at the Association of Fundraising Professionals 38th Annual National Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon on Friday, November 9 at Union Station.

The Outstanding Philanthropic Organization award recognizes a foundation or organization that has demonstrated outstanding commitment through financial support and through the encouragement and motivation of others to take leadership roles in philanthropy and national, international, or community involvement.

“The St. Louis Community Foundation is honored to receive this award,” said Amelia Bond, President and CEO of the Foundation. “We have grown over the years and will continue to support our community and the work of all of you – the nonprofits who make our region strong.”

Additional awards were given to the following:

  • Outstanding Philanthropists – Jim and Cathy Berges
  • Outstanding Fundraising Volunteer – Jan Goldstein
  • Outstanding Young Professional – Sarah Wiley
  • Outstanding Fundraising Professional – Martin Leifeld
  • Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy – Brooke Waller

About National Philanthropy Day
National Philanthropy Day celebrates the vibrant philanthropic community and honors individuals and organizations whose philanthropic achievements have made an impact in the St. Louis region. It is an opportunity to recognize the accomplishments of those who help transform the community through their hard work, financial contributions, and dedicated service. Learn more…

About the Association of Fundraising Professionals
Since 1960, the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) has inspired global change – helping nonprofits and supporting fundraising efforts that have generated more than $1 trillion. AFP advances effective and ethical philanthropy by providing advocacy, research, education, mentoring, collaboration, and technology opportunities for the world’s largest network of professional fundraisers. AFP’s more than 33,000 members raise over $115 billion annually, equivalent to more than one-third of charitable giving in North America, with millions more generated around the world.  AFP St. Louis is committed to promoting philanthropy in the St. Louis region and strengthening local nonprofits. Learn more…

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