Doing good may be its own reward, but most volunteers would probably agree that it’s also nice to be recognized for the time, effort, and commitment they put into serving others particularly in what can sometimes seem to be thankless roles.
Members of our communities devote their energy and enthusiasm to making our communities the very best they can be by serving on the boards, and committees. These volunteers help keep assessments down. Every hour of volunteer work is an hour of salary the association does not have to pay a vendor or service provider.
As volunteers, your neighbors invest their time in projects that benefit you. No association can thrive without them, so let them know you appreciate their efforts.
Have an idea for recognizing volunteers? Contact me and share it.
Jason Schoenholtz, CAM • Broker
Trident Real Estate, Inc.