Dan Cole Receives Humanitarian Award


On behalf of the firm, Charles Trainor presented the 20th Annual Trainor Fairbrook Humanitarian Award to Dan Cole of The Evergreen Company at the Broker of the Year Awards on March 19, 2015.

The purpose of this award is to recognize an individual who has given substantial amounts of their time and money to make a difference in our community and the lives of others. In conjunction with this award, Trainor Fairbrook makes a $5,000 contribution to a charity being honored at the awards. This year the award was presented in honor of Nancy Hotchkiss, our friend and partner of the firm, who passed away earlier this year.

The Humanitarian Award contribution was given by the firm to the Lilliput Children’s Services. Lilliput Children’s Services is a private, non-profit agency licensed by the State of California. They are committed to ensuring that every child is safe and nurtured within a family who has a life-long commitment to the child. They work with birth, foster, kinship, and adoptive families in communities throughout Northern California.

The Broker of the Year Event has become the largest annual celebration of its kind in Northern California recognizing the accomplishments of the Greater Sacramento commercial real estate community. Awards are given in six categories: apartments, industrial, investments, land, office and retail. A “Broker of the Year” is also selected.

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