Youth Philanthropy Award and Scholarship

Coconut Telegraph

Community Youth Development (CYD) has partnered with the Southwest Florida Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) to recognize an outstanding Sarasota County high school female in grades 10 –12 who has influenced the community and her peers by specific philanthropic efforts. The recipient will be awarded $1,000 prize, to be awarded as a $500 scholarship to the winner’s choice of post-secondary educational institution and a $500 contribution to her choice of local nonprofit organization. Giving Matters, a program of the Southwest Florida Chapter of the AFP, created the Youth Philanthropy Leadership Award in memory of Lois B. Green in 2011.  It is offered as part of Giving Matters’ commitment to inspire and educate women to realize their power to transform their community and our world through philanthropy. Applications are available now and are due on February 4, 2015.

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