Nomination Form

Feb 23, 2011 @ 2:40 pm

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Do you know an adviser who has dedicated time and effort to improving their community and to making a difference in the lives of others?

Help us by sharing stories of advisers who are committed to making a difference. Their actions can inspire other advisers to do the same, helping us build a better community. The Invest in Others Charitable Foundation will make a donation of $20,000 to each category award honoree's charity. A $5,000 donation will also be made to each of the finalists' charities.

Nominate yourself, an adviser or adviser team that has inspired you. Anyone may submit the nomination. The Deadline for Entries to be submitted is June 15, 2012.

Entries are evaluated based on the following:

1. Leadership: Ability to motivate and inspire others to accomplish a specific goal or objective. Ability to inspire others to volunteer personal time.

2. Distinction: Recognized by efforts that create an indelible influence on other volunteers and in the community.

3. Dedication: Recognized by others as being dedicated to achieving desired results by pursuit, courage and enthusiasm.

4. Contribution: Recognized by having made a significant contribution of personal time and efforts beyond expectations.

Three finalists per category will be selected by InvestmentNews in conjunction with an advisory board. Finalists will be announced early August, 2012.

For questions regarding the nomination process, visit


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