The Community Foundation of Howard County will recognize Howard County philanthropists at its annual dinner, A Celebration of Philanthropy, on Thursday, Nov. 10, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Turf Valley in Ellicott City, Md.

    The Foundation will present the fifth annual Philanthropist of the Year awards to Dr. Fred T. Lewis, Sr. and Mary Agnes Lewis and Security Development Corporation. The awards recognize individual and corporate philanthropists in Howard County who have shown leadership in philanthropy and who, through their giving, have brought positive change in the community.

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    If you cannot attend the dinner, and would like to purchase a Congratulatory Message in the 2016 Annual Dinner Program, please send us your message here. Or, if you cannot attend but would like to make a donation to CFHoCo, donate here.

    Currently providing assistance to community members impacted by the Ellicott City Flash Flood on July 31, 2016

    The Relief Fund was established by the Community Foundation of Howard County to help address needs in the aftermath of a disaster or tragedy within Howard County. The CFHoCo Board uses several factors to decide when to activate the fund, including the severity of the incident, impact on the community, the needs of residents and businesses, and the availability of resources.

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    When we ask our donors why they give, we hear many reasons. Some express a deep sense of gratitude to the county where their families and businesses have thrived. Others feel a responsibility to use their wealth in meaningful ways, or to share their good fortune — an inheritance, an especially large bonus or commission check, or the proceeds from the sale of a business — with the community.

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    Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or be an entity that meets IRS charitable guidelines.

    For questions about our grant programs email Program Officer Tracy Locke-Kitt or call 410-730-7840.

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    CFHoCo manages more than 300 charitable funds on our community’s behalf. Search our directory to find existing funds based on the type of fund or the name of the fund. You can click on the name of the fund to learn more about it as well as donate directly to that fund. Contact CFHoCo to learn how you can create your own fund.

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