NHCIBOR Award Winners Honored

On behalf of NH CIBOR Cares, thank you for making our 2nd Annual New Hampshire Commercial Real Estate Awards a success.  We raised over $8,600!  These funds will be used to support non-profits throughout the state.

While raising funds, this event also helps to bring attention and publicity to the commercial real estate activity in New Hampshire.  Many thanks to the Union Leader as the Media Sponsor.  Great article on the event.

There are many people and organizations to thank.

Sponsors: Union Leader, Eastern Bank, Universal Capital, CP Management, KW Commercial,  Colliers International, Alpha Locksmith, Knoll, Office Resources, R.J. Finlay & Co., Devine Millimet, Optima Bank & Trust, Howe, Riley & Howe, Accurate Title, Bank of New England, Franklin Savings Bank, Fulcrum Associates, St. Mary’s Bank and Strategic Benefit & Insurance Advisors (SBIA).

Judges:  Dan Barufaldi, City of Dover, Jeff Feingold, NH Business Review, Cynthia Harrington, NH DRED, Stephen Heavener, Capital Regional Development Council (CRDC), Pat McKerley, Union Leader, David Preece, Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission (SNHPC) and Bill Young, Optima Bank & Trust.

Additional thanks to Bill Weidacher as MC of the event, thank you to all the CIBOR members, individuals that submitted deals and congratulations to the award winners.

CIBOR Cares is also pleased to announce the following donations:

$1,000 to the Daniel & Renee Plummer Endowment Fund.  This fund will provide financial support for service members and veterans to receive substance abuse treatment and recovery service through Easter Seals NH programs.

$500 to Teen Challenge.  This 501(c)3 organization provides recovery programs helping drug addicts and alcoholics transform their lives.

$500 to the Seacoast Repertoire Theater as a match with other donations raised by the organization.  Seacoast Repertory Theatre is a 501(c)3 organization committed to the cultural richness of the Seacoast region through the shared experience of live theater and its youth, teen, and senior educational programs.

CIBOR Cares has a primary focus to support immediate need non-profit organizations in the state as well as to support charitable efforts of CIBOR members.  If you are involved with any New Hampshire non-profits, please feel free to submit funding requests.  Donations are primarily granted in late fall with designations from $250 to $500.

Thank you all again for your efforts and support.



Adam Johnston, NHCIBOR Cares President
Optima Bank & Trust
99 South River Rd.
Bedford, NH 03110






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