On February 12, 2015, Renton Community Foundation will induct at least three individuals into "THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GIVERS" at a new annual event to celebrate philanthropy. CELEBRATE! the Love of Community will be held at the Renton Pavilion and honor those among us who unselfishly give of their time, talent and treasure to help those less fortunate, inspire the arts, protect the environment, and make our communities better places to live. As the Wizard of Oz said, "they are the philan...philanth...philanth...the good deed doers." Together, let us honor the good deed doers.

If you have someone you would like to nominate, please

click here to download a writable nomination form, or email us to get a Word version (lbohart@rentonfoundation.org).


The deadline for nominations has been extended through Wednesday, January 7th. The three categories are as follows:

Lifetime of Giving Award (Someone who has been a leading philanthropist for a decade or more. This individual has given substantially by serving on more than one nonprofit board, volunteered countless hours to make a difference, made ongoing financial contributions, and helped to raise money for one or more causes.)

Patron of the Year Award (Someone whose philanthropic efforts and accomplishments stood out in 2014. This individiual has also made substantial commitments in helping to meet emerging needs in our community.)

Rising Star Award (Someone younger and/or possibly new to the philanthropic scene, but whose energy and willingness to get involved and make a difference has already shown the stuff of which they are made.)


Sponsorships are also available to get preferred seating and recognition at the event. Contact our office if you'd like to be a sponsor.


And then mark your calendar for February 12, 2015 for the biggest philanthropic event ever! Tickets are only $25 and are available now at Brown Paper Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1082728

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