Hospice Palliative Care Outstanding Philanthropist

Purpose - To recognize individuals or families, corporations, foundations, and civic and service organizations which have demonstrated, through a record of exceptional generosity of financial support, outstanding civic and philanthropic leadership dedicated to the true spirit of hospice palliative care in Ontario.

Criteria - Nominations should include the following information with specific examples:

• evidence of direct gift support and description of the impact of the gift,
• evidence of encouragement and motivation given to others to take leadership roles on philanthropy,
• evidence of philanthropic support of innovative approaches to solving problems.

Eligibility - The candidate will have been involved in the field of hospice palliative care for at least five (5) years in Ontario.

Process - You are invited to submit names of candidates to the Awards Committee by completing the nomination form and providing the relevant supporting data. Each nomination must be supported by three (3) individuals, one of whom must be a current member of HPCO. Self-nominations are ineligible.

Selection - The Awards Committee will review all applications and assign points to the above criteria to assist them in their selection. The Awards Committee will be responsible for making the final selection, with the impact of the gift having the greatest weight. The recipient will be notified by Hospice Palliative Care Ontario (HPCO) and invited to attend the presentation ceremony during the 2019 Annual Hospice Palliative Care Conference in April 2019.

Nomination Form - The nomination deadline is March 15. In the event that materials are submitted with this entry form, please note that the entire entry submission becomes the property of HPCO and will not be returned. A separate nomination form must be submitted for each nomination.

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