He was one of five board leaders honored within the CFO’s network of regional affiliate foundations. The awards were presented on April 25 during the CFO’s Affiliate Appreciation Conference in Springfield.
“Greg has worked tirelessly attending community meetings, events, and speaking to groups and organizations,” said Alice Wingo, CFO Vice President of Affiliates. “One recent example of Greg’s fierce loyalty to NVCCF was his determination to attend an important meeting regarding a new community project that the affiliate is spearheading – after having shoulder surgery that same morning.”
Hoffman has been the driving force behind the formation of the Nevada/Vernon County affiliate. As a result of his hard work, it celebrated a very successful first year in October 2021.
“One cannot serve on a foundation board without first deeply loving one’s community,” CFO President Brian Fogle said. “That love is expressed through their excellent leadership and dedication that make their communities a better place to live for all their neighbors.”
The Nevada/Vernon County Community Foundation, founded in 2020, is one of the CFO’s 53 regional affiliate foundations. The CFO is a regional public charitable foundation established in 1973 that provides asset and resource development, grantmaking and public leadership across central and southern Missouri.