Northwestern Mutual adviser wins $25,000 grant for SAY

[caption id="attachment_91925" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Sharon Zimmerman, right, takes part in a check presentation ceremony for Social Advocates for Youth, awarding the organization $25,000 from Northwestern Mutual.[/caption]

SANTA ROSA -- Northwestern Mutual, through its charitable foundation, has honored Santa Rosa-based wealth management adviser Sharon Zimmerman's with its 20th annual "Community Service Award." The award includes a $25,000 grant for Social Advocates for Youth (SAY).

Ms. Zimmerman serves on SAY's board of directors and fundraising committee. The organization is in the midst of an effort to build a 63-bed "Dream Center" in Santa Rosa, which will provide transitional housing for homeless youth.

Milwaukee-based Northwestern Mutual awards 16 of its financial professionals with its Community Service Award every year, providing a grant to each in support of a charitable cause.


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