The Moyer Foundation recognizes the individuals and companies who are dedicated to making a positive impact in the lives of children and families in communities nationwide.
Philadelphia Phillies' Chairman David Montgomery was recognized for his dedication to the Philadelphia community and helping children in need.
Five students from Marysville Pilchuck High School were recognized for their commitment to community after the tragic shooting that took place in October 2014.
The Utleys received the award for their focus on the fight against animal cruelty and helping children in need.
Daniel J. Hilferty, President and CEO, Independence Blue Cross, received the award for his commitment to community and dedication to making a positive impact in the lives of those in need.
Super Bowl Champion Seahawks were recognized for their excellence on and off the field, their commitment to the Seattle community and celebrating the spirit generated by 12th man.
As the Senior Executive VP, Exelon Corporation and CEO, Exelon Utilities, Denis O'Brien was recognized for his dedication to the city of Philadelphia and helping children in need.
Cole and Heidi Hamels created the Hamels Foundation to enrich the lives of children through the power of education by giving them the tools they need to achieve their goals.
Warren Miller and the Warren Miller Freedom Foundation were recognized for their dedication to educating today's youth on becoming successful members of the business community.
A unique opportunity to walk the I-90 bridge while participating in a beautiful visual display of community support for area non-profits, including The Moyer Foundation.
Former Cubs and White Sox legends came together in support of The Moyer Foundation and battled it out at the annual LAP All Star Challenge, all while raising funds for The Moyer Foundation.
A golf event benefitting The Moyer Foundation and honoring Mary Joy Sherlach, who gave her life protecting her students at Sandy Hook Elementary.
Burger Night, organized by Taylor Lynch as part of her senior project, was a huge success and raised over $1300 to support The Moyer Foundation.
Jill Jordan swam through frigid and shark infested waters to raise over $1100 for The Moyer Foundation at the 24th Annual Alcatraz Sharkfest!
Thanks to everyone who shopped in July and helped glassybaby raise over $18,000 to provide comfort, hope and healing at Camp Erin and Camp Mariposa.
It was an inspiring and powerful afternoon, including the inaugural Champions for Children Award presentation to Dr. Gary Gilliland, President & Director of Fred Hutch.
More than $215,000 was raised in support of the Foundation's programs in Philadelphia and nationwide while honoring Philadelphia Phillies chairman David Montgomery.
A fun-filled celebration of 15 years helping children in Seattle and beyond as well as Jamie Moyer's induction into the Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame