Community leadership nominations

The Community Leadership Awards recognize and celebrate financial advisers across the country for their exemplary leadership and contribution to philanthropic efforts

Feb 24, 2013 @ 12:01 am

The Community Leadership Awards were established by the Invest in Others Charitable Foundation to recognize and celebrate financial advisers across the country for their exemplary leadership and contribution to philanthropic efforts. Now in its seventh year, these awards pay tribute to the generosity of financial advisers and their dedication to make the world a better place.

Nominations are being accepted in the following categories:

• Community Service Award

• Global Community Impact Award

• Mentoring Excellence Award

• Volunteer Team Award

• Volunteer of the Year Award

Submit a nomination today. You can nominate yourself, a fellow adviser or an adviser team for active volunteerism in a charitable organization. A $20,000 donation will be made in the name of each award honoree to his or her designated charity, and a $5,000 donation will be made to each of the finalists' charities. Entry deadline is April 26, so don't miss your chance to help share the stories of advisers committed to making a difference in their communities.

Visit investinothers.org for more information.

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