Spotlighting REALTORS® for Their Commitment to Communities
The Mainstreet Community Service Award
who have made an extraordinary commitment to improving the quality of life in their communities through their volunteer work. Each year the winner(s) will recieve a contribution, in their name, to a charity or organization of their choice.
Nominees must be members of MORe in good standing.
Nominees should have contributed to a program that improves the livability of a local community. Those activities aren’t limited to real estate or housing issues, and may include such things as crime prevention, youth mentoring and homelessness prevention.
Nominees should have made a significant contribution of personal time.
Nominees will be judged on level of personal contribution, impact of personal contribution, broadness of impact, and the project’s suitability as a role model for other REALTORS®.
The award is intended to recognize individual contributions, not company wide efforts.
Nominees should be able to document the results of their individual involvement through published reports and/or testimonials from the organization they served or the people they helped.
themselves or may be nominated by another MORe member or the community organization they serve. To enter, complete and submit the official nomination form
All entries shall become the property of MORe and will not be returned.
Nominee entry information will not be given to anyone outside of the Mainstreet Organization of REALTORS®.
Nominees must sign an affidavit of eligibility and be willing to be interviewed, photographed, and featured
on the Association’s web site. The recipient will be recognized at the annual Installation of Officers & Directors.
The recipient will be notified by telephone and mail.
2016 Mainstreet Community Service Award Recipients
Jack Persin - $2,000 to Naperville Responds to Our Veterans
Beth Kaim - $1,000 to Elk Grove Leo's Club
Robert Lindemann - $500 to St. Baldrick's Foundation in West Dundee
2015 Mainstreet Community Service Award Recipients
Michael Lescher - $1,000 to Promote Fox Lake
Brenda Walden - $500 to Habitat for Humanity
Dale Taylor - $250 to South Suburban Pads
2014 Mainstreet Community Service Award Recipients
Joe Kenny - $1,000 to First United Methodist Church - Homeless Ministry
Richard Dunn - $500 to First United Methodist Church - Welcome Center
Gary Leavenworth - $250 to Lombard Town Centre
2013 Mainstreet Community Service Award Recipients
Dale Taylor - $1,000 to South Suburban Pads
Cindy Eich - $500 to REALTORS® Against Homelessness
Gary Leavenworth - $250 to Singing for Seniors