National Philanthropy Day®

National Philanthropy Day®
About National Philanthropy Day®
National Philanthropy Day® (NPD) is the special day set aside to recognize and pay tribute to the great contributions that philanthropy – and those people active in the philanthropic community – have made to our lives, our communities and our world.
When NPD was first celebrated in 1986, then-President Ronald Reagan signed a proclamation officially recognizing Nov. 15, 1986, as National Philanthropy Day®. Since then, the day has been recognized by numerous state, provincial and local governments across North America.
The NPD awards program has honored some of the most innovative individuals and organizations in philanthropy (e.g., James Michener, Dorothy and J.B. Fuqua, Dr. Robert Pamplin, Jr., The Kresge Foundation and The Lilly Endowment, to name just a few). AFP chapters nominate their local NPD honorees for AFP’s international awards program, and the winners are recognized at AFP’s annual International Conference on Fundraising.
About the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP)
AFP is the professional association of individuals and organizations that generate philanthropic support for a wide variety of charitable institutions. Founded in 1960, AFP advances philanthropy through its more than 30,000 members in over 200 chapters throughout the world.
AFP believes that to guarantee human freedom and social creativity, people must have the right to freely and voluntarily form organizations to meet perceived needs, advocate causes, and seek funds to support these activities. Visit AFP Website at or for more detail.
In the event of the National Philanthropy Day Awards, AFP Greater Dallas Chapter 29 which was held on 14 November 2014 Hyatt Regency Dallas, XSProject honored to receive an award trophy. This award trophy made of crystals with size 12cm wide and 20cm long, This award is very prouding to XSProject. May in the year of 2015 XSProject can contribute more for the Environment, Education, as well as for micro Economy.
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