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Annual Convention 2018 NAF

HFTP Helps 2018 — Louisville

As part of its ongoing charitable efforts, HFTP Helps at the 2018 Annual Convention directed its fundraising towards the HFTP Scholarship fund in support of hospitality education. From its very beginning, HFTP and its chapters have actively provided for students working toward a career in hospitality and supporting the next generation of hospitality professionals.

Thank you to all who donated this year and made this a successful effort. HFTP and its network raised funds through auction item donations, cash donations, auction participants and participation in the HFTP Greater Louisville event.

Traditionally, the HFTP Helps program supports a local charity located in the Annual Convention's host city. To follow  tradition, the money raised at this year's event for the HFTP Scholarship will be directed to area hospitality, finance and technology centered education programs overseen by NAF.

About NAF

NAF is a national network of education, business, and community leaders who work together to ensure high school students are college, career and future ready.   

NAF has grown from one NAF Academy of Finance in New York City to hundreds of academies across the country focusing on growing industries including: finance, hospitality & tourism, information technology, engineering, and health sciences. During the 2017-18 school year, over 100,000 students attended 644 NAF academies across 36 states, including DC and the US Virgin Islands. In 2017, NAF academies reported 97 percent of seniors graduated with 90 percent of graduates planned to go to college.

From HFTP Connect: HFTP Partners with NAF to Help High School Students “Be Future Ready” in Hospitality, Finance and Technology