On Friday, the Maryland Chamber of Commerce and the Baltimore Business Journal recognized three companies for their philanthropies. They handed out the awards at the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Maryland Chapter Philanthropy Day Luncheon that took place at the Marriot Waterfront in Baltimore.
The Hartman Executive Advisors in Columbia were given the small employer winner for their philanthropic efforts. They host an annual day of service where their employees and families collaborate for charitable work.
Dataprise won the award for the midsize employer. They support St. Luke’s House, Community of Hope, SOS Children’s Village and others.
The winners of the large employer award were the American Sugar Refining (Domino Sugar) company. They support charities like Our Daily Bread, Make-A-Wish, Blue Water Baltimore and others.
Others who were honored include Edward St. John as the 2012 Outstanding Philanthropist, W. P. Carey Foundation as the 2012 Outstanding Foundation and Betsy Nelson for the Community Impact Award.