National Philanthropy Day® 2011 Honorees
This individual demonstrates exceptional voluntary spirit in providing service in caring for others over a sustained period of time. S/he has enhanced the spirit and practice of philanthropy in notable ways, as is evidenced by documentation (hours of service, letters of appreciation, etc.)
Outstanding Youth Volunteer
Same as Outstanding Volunteer, but specifically for recognizing individuals aged 18 or younger.
Outstanding Private or Community Foundation
This foundation works collegially with grant-seeking charities and demonstrates exceptional leadership in its philanthropic activities by responding to the ongoing and evolving needs in the community and by helping raise the professionalism of the charities that it funds.
Eisner Family Foundation--WINNER
Variety Children's Charity
Outstanding Company or Corporate Foundation
This company or corporate foundation exhibits a philanthropic philosophy that includes helping provide financial assistance and volunteer assistance to meet community needs. The nature and impact of the assistance should be discussed, as well as the contribution in relation to the size of the company.
JP Morgan Chase
This individual (or couple) has improved the quality of life in our community by demonstrating exceptional civic responsibility through financial support, innovation and ethical leadership to one or more charitable organizations serving the community.
Peggy & Andrew Cherng--WINNER
Dr. Charles Sadler & Mrs. Hoori Sadler
This individual demonstrates exceptional engagement in the Los Angeles community (and beyond) by utilizing their celebrity influence and status to raise awareness and/or philanthropic funding in noble ways.
Jamie Lee Curtis
2011 Spirit of Philanthropy Award
Outstanding Achievement by Non-Profit Organization
Community Build, Inc.
Families in Schools
Junior Blind of America
Long Beach Rescue Mission
Skid Row Housing Trust
YWCA San Gabriel Valley
Click here for a complete list of previous NPD honorees.