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2019 Corporate Philanthropy Awards

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2019 Corporate Philanthropy Awards

The Fort Worth Business Press will honor eight people who have made an outstanding contribution to area philanthropy in the area. Join us Oct. 8

Our 2019 honorees:

Daphne Barlow Stigliano

Boys and Girls Club of Greater Tarrant County

Stigliano led the recent combination of the Bopys and Girls Clubs of Fort Worth and Arlington. 

For more about the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Tarrant County, click here.

Justin Chapa

Lewis & Bockius LLP

Jessica Miller & Susan Gruppi

M2G Ventures

M2G Ventures – owned by twin sisters Jessica Miller and Susan Gruppi – has launched an ambitious three-year project to raise $500,000 for awareness and research on bipolar disorder and other mental illness issues.

For more on their mental health initiative, click here. 

Jonathan Morrison

BeLeveraged

Dr. Ronald Pitcock

TCU Honors College

Allan Rodger

Zenith Roofing

J. Scott Spiker

First Command Financial Services

First Command has been helping military families plan for the future since its founding in Fort Worth in 1958.

For more about First Command, click here.

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