LIBOR Seeks REALTORS® Who Give Back for REALTOR® Spirit Award

Apr 16, 2019

Many of our members of the Long Island Board of REALTORS® Inc. (LIBOR) selflessly donate their time, energy and funds to help improve the lives of others in need, or to help advance a cause or mission that is close to their heart. 

The REALTOR® Spirit Award celebrates and recognizes these remarkable members who have made a positive impact on their community and gifts the organization through which they volunteer time and talents.

Through the REALTOR® Spirit Award, one winner will receive a $5,000 grant for their community cause. The recipient will also receive: two tickets to attend the Long Island Board of REALTORS® Annual Installation Gala held in November; local and state exposure in the LIBOR insert of the NYS REALTOR® Magazine, all LIBOR communication channels, social assets and other real estate media.

"The REALTOR® Spirit Award is an opportunity for LIBOR to recognize and honor the incredible work that our members do, though their dedicated volunteer service, to strengthen our community.” said Dianne Scalza, LIBOR President.

The REALTOR® Spirit Award was launched in 2006 and has since recognized more than 50 REALTORS® for their outstanding commitment to community service. REALTOR® Spirit Award charities have received more than $40,000 in donations. In addition, each winner receives local publicity, which generates additional donations and inspires new volunteers to get involved and make their communities a better place to live. 

The award was created by LIBOR's Public Relations committee as part of the "We're More than REALTORS®..." (WMTR) campaign, which upholds LIBOR’s long-standing commitment toward supporting the work of Long Island’s charitable efforts and political initiatives.

REALTOR® Spirit Award entries must be received by September 30, 2019. For more details and an entry form, go to www.lirealtor.com/news/pr-campaign/realtor-spirit-awards or call 631-661-4800. Only a REALTOR® member in good standing, can win.

Media contact: Christina DeFalco-Romano