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DMANF Seeks Nominations For Max L. Hart Nonprofit Achievement Award
Washington, DC, October 31, 2006 — The Direct Marketing Association’s Nonprofit Federation is seeking nominations for its 2007 Max L. Hart Nonprofit Achievement Award, which recognizes outstanding achievement by an individual within the nonprofit community.
The award is named for Max Hart, the longtime Director of Fundraising for Disabled American Veterans – a steadfast advocate, supporter and champion of professionalism for the nonprofit fundraising community. It recognizes an individual who:
· Serves as a source of inspiration and encouragement to others by exemplifying the highest levels of excellence in his/her work, and is a respected authority in his/her area of expertise
· Is innovative and possesses strong leadership skills
· Exhibits a willingness to assist in the professional development of others through the sharing of knowledge
· Is a model of integrity in professional dealings
· Has an outstanding record of achievement
Previous recipients include Christopher Cleghorn of Easter Seals, Raymond Grace of Creative Direct Response, Morris Dees of the Southern Poverty Law Center, Roger Courts of the Sacred Heart League, Roger Craver of Craver, Matthews & Smith, and William Begley of the Christian Appalachian Project. This year’s award will be will be presented on January 26, 2007, at the annual DMANF Washington Nonprofit Conference.
Nominations must be submitted to the DMANF by November 30, 2006. Additional information is available online at www.nonprofitfederation.org. Nominees must be a paid professional with a nonprofit organization or service provider.
Since 1982, the DMA Nonprofit Federation and its predecessor organizations have been aggressive and effective advocates for nonprofits in postal, regulatory, legislative, and accountability issues. It has led the way in professional education, networking, and industry advancement. The Federation is the premier agent for improving public awareness and receptivity to direct/interactive marketing-driven philanthropy, and is the ‘top brand’ among all associations and advocacy groups working on behalf of nonprofits in this area. With more than 400 members, the DMANF is one of the largest member segments of the Direct Marketing Association.