Diamond Volunteer Program Accepting Applications for the 2011 Award Series

Non-profit organizations can submit their applications to the Diamond Volunteer Program until October 15 to be under consideration for the award.
By: E. Sue Huff
Aug. 27, 2010 - PRLog -- The Diamond Volunteer Program, founded by top-producing Naples real estate agent Kelly Capolino, is currently accepting applications from non-profit organizations hoping to receive the 2011 Diamond Volunteer Award. The deadline for completed application is October 15th; winners will be selected by a panel and notified on or before November 1, 2010.

Created as a way to honor hard-working volunteers, the Diamond Volunteer Program is open to non-profits that are dedicated to making a positive impact on the community. Each year, three organizations are selected from the applicant pool. The winner of the Diamond Volunteer Award will receive a personal cocktail reception for up to 25 volunteers, a radio interview, press coverage, and a framed award. Capolino has also extended the award to include a 15% program referral gift -- a donation from her commission on any transaction stemming from a referral from a winning organization.

“Last year was such a success, so I’m glad to be starting a new season and looking over new applications,” said Capolino. “For any organization that wins, being a part of the Diamond Volunteer Program doesn’t end with getting the award; I stay in contact and follow the successes of the group. The referral gift is a great way for me to stay giving back to the organization for years to come.”

Non-profit organizations interested in being chosen should email: a short statement about their organization, which volunteers would be honored (i.e. – board members, special events volunteers, etc.), and why they would like to honor their volunteers in this particular way. Statements should be limited to one page and emailed to DiamondVolunteers@gmail.com before October 15th.

“The 2010 Diamond Volunteer Winners were Baby Basics of Collier County, The Penny Bear Company, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Florida.” Capolino adds, “Volunteers are always giving back to the communtiy; this is my way to give back to them!”

Capolino, founder of the Diamond Volunteer Program is an agent with Keating Associates and is a residential real estate “Listing Leader” and “Top Producer” in Naples. She ranked #16 out of 5,000 real estate agents with the Naples Board of Realtors in 2009, excluding foreclosure agents. Her expertise in real estate is far-reaching with extensive knowledge and experience in luxury properties, acreage properties, investment properties, and renovation opportunities.  

Capolino’s office is located in downtown Olde Naples at 850 5th Avenue South. She can be reached at 239-877-6700 or 239-262-6606 or online at Kelly@Naples.net  or at www.KeatingRealty.com.

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Kelly Capolino has much experience in luxury properties, acreage properties, renovation opportunities and more. She has her office at Keating Associates, on 5th Avenue South Naples, FL 34102. She can be reached by email or phone at 239-262-6606 ext. 319.
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