Karen B. Moore Honored by Local Organizations for Philanthropic Efforts

Karen B. Moore, Founder and CEO of Moore Communications Group (MCG), has recently been recognized by two local organizations for her philanthropy efforts.

She is being honored as Communications Partner of the Year by the The Big Bend Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP).For her success as an expert in the communications and advocacy industry, working with non-profits to help them engage and connect with the community members they serve. The recognition also comes thanks to the generous donation from Moore and her husband Richard to the Tallahassee Community College (TCC) Veterans Success Center, which was recently re-named in their honor. The contribution made possible the development of the Moore Veterans Leadership Academy, which links veterans to opportunities in the community though mentorship.

Additionally, Moore was recently inducted into the TCC Alumni & Friends Hall of Fame for her philanthropic work throughout the years as a community leader. As a recent recipient of the TCC Hall of Fame award, she was honored for her generosity and dedication as a member of their organization. Through great service to the institution, Moore was celebrated as a decade-long Board of Trustee Member and recognized as the previous president of the TCC Foundation Board where she chaired the College’s first capital campaign, which secured $10 million.

In addition to her philanthropic efforts, Moore serves as the founder and CEO of MCG. An expert in advocacy, she has applied her passion to help organizations, both for- and non-profits, succeed with strategies that are not only profitable, but have made a positive impact on the communities in which they interact. Though her altruistic efforts, Moore has assisted dozens of local and statewide organizations in overcoming communications challenges.

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