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STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY LIZ LYONS

During its annual Celebration of Philanthropy, presented by The Trust Company, the East Tennessee Foundation recognized David Martin, Frank Newman and Nathaniel Shelso as the 2019 Outstanding Keys to Philanthropy Award recipients. The celebration, held this year at the Knoxville Museum of Art, recognizes the important role professional advisors play in allowing others to realize their philanthropic goals. The East Tennessee Foundation is a public charity and community foundation created by and for the people of East Tennessee. Serving 25 counties within East Tennessee, ETF consists of many donors joined together to make the region they love a better place. ETF seeks to build endowments, creating a permanent source of philanthropic funding for the East Tennessee region.

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