$20K office renovation up for grabs in contest for nonprofit leaders

Donations to nonprofits may be down, but local office furniture dealer Goodmans Interior Structures remains committed to the community and is again giving away a $20,000 office renovation to a nonprofit leader in Maricopa County and another in Pima County.

Nominations for the fifth annual Goodmans Eye for the Good Guy contest will be accepted through April 16 at www.GoodmansGoodGuy.com.

To be eligible, nominees must be the executive director, president, CEO or other top executive of a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in Maricopa or Pima counties. Finalists will be selected based on the nominee’s application of good business principles, demonstration of excellence in leadership, organizational influence on the community and populations served and need for a more efficient workspace.

Ten finalists will be announced in May, and the public will have the opportunity to vote online for the 2010 “Good Guys” in each market. The winners, to be announced in June, will be selected through a combination of online public voting and an assessment by a panel of local judges.


Willoughby earns FADD certification

Ahwatukee Foothills resident Rick Willoughby of Symphony Financial Services LLC (www.symphonyfinancialservicesllc.com) has completed Paladin Registry’s Financial Advisor Due Diligence (FADD) background checking process and has been authorized to use its FADD certified designation.

Willoughby has been providing wealth management services in the Phoenix area since 1999. He has earned several industry certifications and designations in addition to his Five Star quality rating and FADD certification from the Paladin Registry.

Paladin Registry (www.paladinregistry.com) is an independent company that has been providing information services to investors since 2003. It screens financial advisors; rates their qualifications; documents their credentials, ethics and business practices; and certifies the accuracy of specific information in their professional profiles. 

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