Good Neighbor Award
The 2016 Good Neighbor Award was presented by NHAR President Al Michalovic to Brenda Perkins of Kathleen Gallagher Family Realty in Concord, for Brenda's incredible dedication to the foundation which she founded, Hearts For Kindness. "The Good Neighbor Award is about love," President Michalovic said in his remarks, which came at a Hearts For Kindness event on August 6 at Pleasant View Gardens in Loudon. "I love Brenda, and I love what she's done with Hearts For Kindness." The three-part mission of the foundation is: 1. acts of kindness; 2. emergency monetary assistance; and 3. fundraising. Said President Michalovic, "Where Brenda goes, goodness goes."
More than just salespeople ...
REALTORS® do more than assist real property buyers and sellers – they are active members of your community, volunteering their time to help a variety of local, national and international organizations. We are very proud of the work that all of our members do in their communities, and we encourage you to contact any of these organizations or our members, as listed below, to find out how you can lend a hand.
The NHAR Good Neighbor Award program was established in 2003 to recognize the efforts of New Hampshire REALTORS® who are making exceptional contributions to improve the quality of life in their communities. Eligible activities are not limited to real estate or housing issues and may include such things as crime prevention, youth mentoring and homelessness prevention.
Each year one or two winners are selected from applications and honored at the NHAR Annual Convention. Each winner receives:
- $1,000 donation in their name to their community charity
- Coverage in their local media and on NHAR.com
- Registration fee to attend the NHAR Fall Convention in September
- Prestigious crystal award presented at the NHAR Convention
- Use of the Good Neighbor Awards logo on their Website and promotional materials
To see the Good Neighbor Award criteria, click here. The nomination process for the Good Neighbor Award Program begins early each year.
For more information, please contact NHAR at 225-5549. For the full article, see the link below