2017 Report to the Community: Faces of Philanthropy

Who are the faces of philanthropy?

The faces of philanthropy are architects and athletes, songwriters and speech therapists, clergy members and carpenters. They are landscapers and librarians, students and celebrities, truck drivers and medical techs.

The faces of philanthropy work in factories and financial offices, courthouses and synagogues, hospitals and hotels. They are radiologists and retirees, farmers and financial analysts, business owners and bartenders.

The faces of philanthropy are chefs and schoolteachers, homemakers and dental hygienists, musicians and mechanics.

The faces of philanthropy are you and me.


Contact Information

Kelly M. Walberg

Kelly M. Walberg

Communications Manager

  • kwalberg@cfmt.org
  • x109