Award-Winning Compassion

ALAN was pleased to present its 2019 Humanitarian Logistics Awards to four highly deserving recipients at CSCMP’s annual conference on September 17. 

Created in 2017, these awards honor individuals and organizations that have demonstrated an ongoing and sustained commitment to helping others in their time of greatest need.  

Please join us in congratulating each of this year’s winners – and in celebrating their extraordinary generosity.  And if you know of a particularly deserving recipient for next year’s awards, please consider nominating them when nominations open in summer 2020.

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