In 2004, NCDC established two separate Awards for Distinguished Service: The George T. Holloway Award for Distinguished Service, and the Bishop Robert F. Morneau Award for Distinguished Service. The purpose of separating these awards is to acknowledge the distinct ways both nonprofit members and corporate members serve NCDC.

The George T. Holloway Award for Distinguished Service, named for George T. Holloway's legacy, is granted to Corporate Partners of NCDC.

Criteria for the award:
-- A minimum of ten years of service in Catholic fundraising
-- A minimum of seven years of membership in NCDC
-- Evidence of research, writing, or public representation of the fundraising profession
-- Tireless and devoted service to the Catholic philanthropic community.

The Bishop Robert F. Morneau Award for Distinguished Service, in recognition for Bishop Robert F. Morneau, will be granted to our Active or Associate NCDC members.

Criteria for the award:
-- A minimum of ten years of service in Catholic fundraising
-- A minimum of seven years of membership in NCDC
-- Evidence of research, writing, or public representation of the fundraising profession
-- Tireless and devoted service to his/her religious or charitable institution.

I nominate the following person for an Award for Distinguished Service. I believe this person clearly meets the criteria for this award.

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