Friend of CAGP Award

Each year the CAGP Board of Directors recognizes individuals who exemplify the spirit and vision of CAGP through the Friend of CAGP Award. This award acknowledges contributions made at the local and national level or which have had a national impact on strategic charitable gift planning. 
 
To be considered for the Friend of CAGP Award, candidates must meet the following criteria:
•    Demonstrated high regard for the professions involved in strategic charitable gift planning;
•    Practice and operate in an exemplary and ethical manner;
•    Have dedicated their energy, vision, time and talent for the benefit of CAGP and its members; and 
•    Have made significant contributions to the mission of CAGP and to the advancement of strategic charitable giving with impact on a local and national scale.


In 2017, Malcolm Berry and Brad Offman have been recognized for their contribution and dedication to the mission of CAGP.

2017

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Malcolm Berry

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Brad Offman

Past Recipients of the Friends of CAGP award include:

2016

  • Grant Monck, LL.B., British Columbia
  • Paul Nazareth, Ontario

2015

  • Roger Lee, LL.B., British Columbia
  • Michelle Osborne, CFRE, Ontario

2014

  • Jill Nelson, Ontario
  • Beth Proven, Manitoba

2013

  • Charles O’Neil, Nova Scotia
  • Linda Lindsay, Manitoba

2012

  • Greg Lichti, Ontario
  • Margaret H. Mason, British Columbia

2011

  • Brian Shea, Alberta
  • DeWayne Osborn, Manitoba

2010

  • Janice Loomer Margolis, British Columbia
  • Susan Manwaring, Ontario

2009

  • Sara Neely, British Columbia
  • Martin Massé, Québec

2008

  • Robert Bédard, Québec
  • Christopher JK Richardson, British Columbia

2007

  • Beryl Publicover, Nova Scotia

2006

  • Ken Ramsay, Ontario
  • G. Roger Schoenhals, Washington

2005

  • Dr. Edward H. Pearce, Ontario
  • Kayla D. Stevenson, British Columbia

2004

  • Trish Mongeon, Ontario
  • Judy Davis, Saskatchewan

2003

  • Danielle Dagenais-Perusse, Québec
  • Malcolm Burrows, Ontario
  • Ralph Smith, Ontario

2002

  • Jo-Anne Ryan, Ontario

2001

  • Charlotte Sutherland, Nova Scotia

2000

  • Paul Martin M.P., Minister of Finance

1999

  • Arthur Drache, Ontario
  • Jim Hilborn, Ontario

1998

  • Carl Juneau, Revenue Canada
  • Gilbert Lemieux, Québec

1997

  • Lorna Somers, Ontario
  • Frank Minton, Washington
  • Don Johnson, Department of Finance