Nominations For The Matthew A. Marvin Community Impact Award Open

FREEPORT, IL. – The Freeport Community Foundation announces nominations are open for the 2017 Matthew A. Marvin Community Impact Award. This award recognizes the importance of philanthropy and giving back to residents of Northwest Illinois. In addition to the recognition, the recipient is awarded $1,000 to present to the winner’s chosen non-profit 501(c) (3) charitable organization.

The Impact Award honors an individual whose vision, humility, dedication, and enthusiasm positively impacts the community.

Nomination Criteria:

  • Narrative: Describe nominee’s contributions and community impact.
  • Nominations are due at the Foundation office by September 13.

The recipient will be announced at the Foundation’s Fall Grant and Donor Reception on Thursday, October 26, 2017, at the Eagles Club, 1200 West Galena Avenue, Freeport, IL. Nomination forms can be found on our website: www.freeportcommunityfoundation.org. You may also call or email the Foundation to request a copy of this form.

Prior winners of the award: Matthew A. Marvin (2013), David A Steenrod (posthumously 2014), Alan Wenzel (2015) and Bill Kloos (2016).

The Freeport Community Foundation has a 42-year history as a community-based charitable organization guided by community leaders that are dedicated to providing financial solutions for current and future community needs.

++

[icegram messages=”14856″]

Support This News For $5.00 A Month.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The Finance 202: Now, the hard part: Writing a tax bill

Washington Post - 2 hours ago
THE TICKER. Senate Republicans just paved their...

General Electric posts huge third-quarter miss, shares drop 8%

CNBC - 1 hour ago
Investors are looking ahead to November when the...

General Electric misses big on earnings, slashes its forecast

Business Insider - 3 hours ago
General Electric earned an adjusted $0.29 a...

Ex-Presidents Send Trump a Pointed Message

NBCNews.com - 1 hour ago
First Read is your briefing from Meet the Press...

The Return of Obama

U.S. News & World Report - 12 hours ago
The former president instills a sense of urgency...

News via Google. See more news like this

It is never too late to give up your prejudices.