FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Loyola University Chicago Hosts Philanthropy for All Seasons
Annual Event Encourages Dialogue on Issues Surrounding Philanthropy
The Nonprofit Management and Philanthropy Sector Program (NMPS) at Loyola University Chicago will celebrate the fourth annual “Philanthropy for All Seasons” on Thursday, June 21. The event will bring together students, alumni, faculty, and professionals from the nonprofit and philanthropic community to discuss current challenges and innovations in the realm of philanthropy.
At this year’s event, Loyola and NMPS will also inaugurate the Louis T. Delgado Social Justice in Philanthropy Award. Mr. Delgado, a member of the Oneida Nation and a founder of Native Americans in Philanthropy, will be presented with the award to commemorate his contributions to the field of philanthropy.
Ellen S. Alberding, president of The Joyce Foundation, which annually presents grants to various deserving projects affecting the Midwest, will be the guest speaker of the evening. The evening will include hors d’oeuvres, an open bar, and entertainment by The People’s Music School.
Thursday, June 21, 2007
6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Loyola University Chicago Water Tower Campus
25 E. Pearson, 15th floor
Philanthropy is an ever-evolving area of servitude, beckoning many to invest in the world’s future. Join Loyola for an evening of celebration, discussion, and networking with industry veterans and promising newcomers.