Adam Mathews, a partner at Dearie, Fischer & Martinson LLC, was honored with the Emerging Leader in Community Service Award from the Warren County Foundation on May 9, 2019.
Adam Mathews with Lebanon City Manager, Scott Brunka
Nominated by Lebanon Mayor Amy Brewer and Warren County Auditor Matt Nolan, Adam was presented the award by Lebanon City Manager Scott Brunka.
The award is presented to a Warren County resident who has recently emerged as a leader in community service, has outstanding skills which are generously given, demonstrates leadership and inspires others, serving as a role model for the next generation of community service volunteers. Adam’s work serving on the boards of Elizabeth’s New Life Center, Lebanon Parks & Recreation, the Cincinnati Federalist Society, and St. Francis de Sales Parish, as well as his charitable work organizing the Thanksgiving meals ministry at St. Francis de Sales were mentioned in the nominations.
Regarding the Warren County Foundation, from its website:
The CORE VALUES of the organization include: Integrity; Donor Satisfaction; Community Goals; Trustworthiness; Service; and Stewardship.
The MISSION of the Warren County Foundation is to enhance the quality of life in Warren County by encouraging and facilitating charitable giving and making it convenient, flexible, and effective.
The VISION of the Warren County Foundation is to be the leader in growing philanthropy to improve the quality of life in Warren County.
The Warren County Foundation serves the community by:
Providing a variety of fund options to assist individuals and businesses in supporting the charities of their choice – now and in the future.
Establishing and managing endowment and capital funds for non-profit organizations – providing them an additional level of financial expertise and security.
Addressing community needs by making grants to organizations meeting those needs.
We bring Warren County organizations together to discuss issues of mutual interest.