SAVE THE DATE: The 10th Annual Pinnacle Awards & Scholarship Gala will be Saturday, December 5, 2020!
The 9th Annual Pinnacle Awards & Scholarship was held Friday, December 6, 2019 at the Conference Center, Georgia Piedmont Technical College in Clarkston.
THANKS TO OUR 2019 SPONSORS:
Southern Barter Club
2019 Pinnacle Award Scholarship recipients
2018 Pinnacle Award SCHOLARSHIP recipients
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A SPONSOR?
To learn how your company can sponsor the Pinnacle Awards & Scholarship Gala in the future, contact us at 1-800-551-3775 with any questions or click the following link. SPONSORSHIP INQUIRY
If you would like to nominate an Atlanta area professional to receive the esteemed Pinnacle Award, please visit our CONTACT US page and send us a note including the name, business name and website link of the person you are nominating as well as your name and contact information.
The Pinnacle Awards & Scholarship Gala began in 2011 as a fundraising initiative for LHTYF which recognizes and celebrates Atlanta professionals who are leaders in their field and embody philanthropy. As one of our signature events, the Annual Pinnacle Awards & Scholarship Gala aptly celebrates our anniversary as well as honors successful business professionals who give back to charitable causes and awards merit-based scholarships to high school students in the Atlanta area. The gala event features Pinnacle Award presentations, college scholarship presentations, gourmet dinner buffet, live auction, live entertainment, vendors and VIP/celebrity guests. Don’t miss Atlanta’s PINNACLE event of the year! Ticket costs are tax deductible. If you have questions regarding SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION, please call 1-800-551-3775.
PROCEEDS FROM THE PINNACLE AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIP GALA BENEFIT THE…
The Pinnacle Youth Scholarship Fund is scholarship program that serves as our commitment to academic achievement for Atlanta area youth. High school seniors from various high schools in Fulton and Dekalb counties are given the opportunity to compete for book scholarships to assist with freshman year college expenses. Students are asked to write an essay on preventable illnesses and how such illnesses effect their families and/or communities.