Here are the recipients and hosts for this years awards
Ron Paul, US Rep. Texas, Lifetime Achievement Award
Dr. Ron Paul
Ron Paul, Republican congressman from Texas will receive an Award that was first presented to President Ronald Reagan. Dr. Paul had been a lifelong advocate of the work of private sector charities and a strong defender of their rights to operate without excessive government interference or control.
Jonas & Anne Beiler Corporate Charity Award
'Auntie Anne' Beiler
The woman behind the famous Auntie Anne's Pretzels you line up for at airports around the world has committed her life to charitable work and giving.
Dave Donaldson Co-Chairman
Dave Donaldson, co-founder of Convoy of Hope, has brought food to the hungry and fresh water to the thirsty all over the world. He was at the heart of Charitable Choice under the Clinton Administration and Faith Based Initiatives under George W. Bush.
Doug Wead Co-Chairman
Mike Huckabee and Doug Wead, at the 2009 Charity Awards
Presidential historian, Doug Wead, who served as an adviser to two U. S. Presidents, is the co-founder of the Charity Awards.
Judge Andrew Napolitano Charity Advocate Award
Judge Andrew Napolitano
The host of the Fox Business Channel's Freedom Watch, Andrew Napolitano has been an effective spokesman for Catholic Charities.
The Strolling Strings
Strolling Strings at last year's event
The Strolling strings were personally requested by Nancy Reagan for the Charity Awards in 1982. They have been a fixture at our events every since. And they will be there December 3, 2010.
Gracie Carlson Foundation International Charity Award
Fabiano, world's champion
Tom Cronin wins the Gold
Tom Cronin, winner of the world's Jujitsu competition will join Fabiano Silva, the 2009 winner, and Daniel Wanderley, the 2010 Pan-am Gold Winner as co-recipients of our International Award. They represent the Carlson Gracie Federation whose compassion to the less fortunate youth of Brazil is inspiring.
Daniel Wanderley on right.
Pat Boone Co-Chairman will Host the December 3rd event
Recording legend, Pat Boone
Entertainer Pat Boone has probably;y done more for charity than any other figure in Hollywood. He will again ch-host the event.
Barry Goldwater, Jr. Honorary Co-Chairman
Barry Goldwater, Jr., former congressman from California will make the presentation to Ron Paul.
Sam Lamantia, Jr. Charity in Sports
The face behind NFL charities and their impact on America. Now it's our turn to honor him.
Sherman Unkefer Charity Businessman Award
Sherman Unkefer has donated thousands of dollars to education and charity worldwide. His youth scholarship program has meant the difference between life and death.
Brian Kilmeade Charity in the Arts Award
Co-host of Fox and Friends, Brian Kilmeade has given time and public commitment to a wide variety of charitable work.
Hall of Famer Art Donavon Charity in Sports
Art Donavon on the David Letterman Show
Hall of Famer Lenny Moore Charity in Sports
Elected to the NFL Hall of Fame in 1975, Lenny Hall was a record breaking running back for the Baltimore Colts. Now he breaks records for charitable work.
Lenny Moore is now running for charity
Tim Goad Charity for Children Award
Tim Goad and family
Tim Goad was a teenager when his parents died in automobile accidents. Since that time he has given his life to Charity for kids, most recently in Haiti.