Join us for a special evening at the historic Union League of Philadelphia as the AAFP Foundation honors our most dedicated donors and your generous support. During the evening we will recognize outstanding contributions including Philanthropist of the Year, Outstanding Program, and Distinguished and Meritorious Service to Family Medicine.
The Union League was founded in 1862 as a patriotic society to support the Union and the policies of President Abraham Lincoln. The Union League of Philadelphia laid the philosophical foundation for other Union Leagues across a nation torn by civil war. The Union League continues to be driven by its motto, “Amor Patriae Ducit” or “Love of Country Leads.”
This dinner is by invitation only to AAFP Foundation donors who have generously given $1,000 or more between August 1, 2018, and July 31, 2019. Make a point to join us for this spectacular evening, and thank you for supporting your AAFP Foundation's programs. If you have questions regarding your qualification to attend, please contact the AAFP Foundation team.
Meet and Greet with Andrew Shue
During the pre-dinner reception our keynote speaker, Andrew Shue, will be available for photographs.
Shue is best known for playing the leading role of Billy Campbell in the iconic 90’s Aaron Spelling drama Melrose Place. He made his feature film debut in 1997 with a small but pivotal role in The Rainmaker, starring Matt Damon and directed by Francis Ford Coppola.
In 1994 Shue and his childhood best friend, Michael Sanchez, co-founded Do Something(www.dosomething.org), a national non-profit that motivates and funds young people who take action to improve their communities. Today Do Something is a recognized leader in the youth service sector.
In 1999 Shue moved out of Hollywood, returned to his roots on the east coast and dove into the start-up business world by co-creating CafeMom(www.cafemom.com). Today CafeMom is the leading digital content and community platform for the over 20 million women who frequent the network on a monthly basis.
Shue, who lives in New York City, is a dad to three sons and stepdad to two daughters. He is married to ABC news anchor Amy Robach.