Thank you for joining us for our 2016 11th Annual Policy Council Awards Dinner “There’s Some Good in This World, and It’s Worth Fighting For,” featuring keynote speaker Dr. Ben Carson. For information on FFPC’s 2017 Policy Awards Dinner, continue to check this page or sign up for our email alerts to hear FFPC’s latest news and events happening around the state.
Look what others are saying about the Annual Policy Awards Dinner of the Florida Family Policy Council:
“Without a doubt this is one of the best events I ever attended.”
– Paula from Orlando
“Several of my friends who go to dinner fundraisers all the time commented that it was the best event they had ever attended.”
– Lee Anne from Orlando
“It was a very impressive night. Actually it was amazing.”
-Tim from Tampa
“Every year we go to this event and each year it keeps getting better and better. Once again you have exceeded all expectations.”
-Miguel from Miami
Our 11th Annual Policy Council Awards Dinner theme was “There’s Some Good in This World, and It’s Worth Fighting For,” featuring keynote speaker Dr. Ben Carson, one of the world’s most celebrated pioneers of neurosurgery and current chairman of My Faith Votes.
Our 10th Anniversary dinner theme was “We Cannot be Silent,” featuring keynote speaker Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr., President of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, one of the largest seminaries in the world. Time Magazine has called Dr. Mohler the “Reigning intellectual of the evangelical movement in the U.S.”
Our 9th Policy Council Awards Dinner theme was “Courage to Stand,” featuring keynote speaker Gary Bauer, one of America’s greatest political orators, GOP 1999 Presidential candidate, former President of Family Research Council and Deputy Undersecretary to President Ronald Reagan.
Our 8th Policy Council Awards Dinner theme was “A Legacy of Leadership,” featuring keynote speakers: Marco Rubio, Florida Senator and former Florida House Speaker; Eric Metaxas, the New York Times #1 bestselling author of Bonhoeffer, Miracles, etc. and a syndicated radio host; Matt Staver, founding member and Chairman of the Liberty Counsel