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Recognizing individuals, families, or organizations who whose dedication to a cause has led to a phenomenal shift, breakthrough, or transformation.

Nominations are open through June 1, 2024.

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This award recognizes an individual, family, or organization whose dedication to a cause has led to a phenomenal shift, breakthrough, or transformation in our state. Without consideration to their own interest or comfort, they apply themselves unrelentingly in pursuit of a solution to our most pressing problems. The award winner demonstrates the highest dedication to the meaning of Labor and Honor: to achieve meaningful results that better the lives of others through work performed with honor, for a purpose.

Submissions will not be evaluated based on grammar or spelling.

Utah Philanthropy Day recognizes that Utah’s diverse and multicultural communities are a vital part of the philanthropic community. As such, translation services will be available as needed at the 2024 celebration. We are committed to hosting an inclusive event, and encourage organizations to nominate individuals of all language abilities.

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  • Jim Mayfield and Tim Evans, CHOICE Humanitarian, 2023
  • Kristin Andrus & Emily Bell McCormick, Utah Period Project, 2022
  • Stephenie Larsen, CEO and Founder of Encircle, 2021


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