About this year's winners
Ron Paul was the surprise Republican candidate in 2008. Much too late in the election process a groundswell of support emerged. Congressman Paul urged his followers to get involved and run for office themselves. That work came into full bloom in the recent 2010 congressional elections. The Tea Party, started as a Ron Paul fundraiser, swept others into office. His own son, Rand Paul, was elected to the U.S. Senate from Kentucky. Now you will learn about the congressman's passion for freeing the private sector and volunteerism.
Brian Kilmeade is the co-host of the popular morning show Fox and Friends. He has interviewed presidents, kings and popular entertainers. But it was his comments on the sanctity of non profit tax exemptions that caught the eye of our Blue Ribbon Awards Committee.
Jonas & Anne Beiler
Jonas and Anne Beiler stunned the business world with their marketplace acumen. But you can understand their success better when you appreciate the commitment they have made to others.
NFL Hall of Famer, Art Donovan, on the Dave Letterman Show. He is now working as hard for charity as he did for the Baltimore Colts.
Running back Hall of Famer Lenny Moore is ranked as one of the greatest running backs in NFL history. He may be the most prolific charity advocate in the NFL.
Judge Andrew Napolitano interviews Congressman Ron Paul. Both men are recipients of awards at this year's Charity event, December 3, 2010.