Joe Moshé Honored with Leadership Award from Long Island Business News
September 11, 2015
Long Island Business News honored Joe Moshé, Broker/Owner of Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc. with its Leadership Award as part of at the publication’s second annual Corporate Citizenship - The Business of Giving awards ceremony. The company’s officer manager Ruth Pfeffer, an associate broker, accepted the award on Mr. Moshé’s behalf during an award ceremony that was held at the Crest Hollow Country Club on Thursday, September 10.
The Leadership Award honors business leaders with above-and-beyond corporate social responsibility. Mr. Moshé serves as an industry trailblazer through his progressive business strategies, assimilation to innovative technologies and philanthropic efforts.
Mr. Moshé is an ardent supporter of the Pink Tie organization, a nonprofit that brings together Real Estate professionals to raise funds for research and education for diseases prevalent within our communities. Cancer research has been a primary focus. Mr. Moshé was also a premier sponsor of the recent national Pink Tie fundraising event, which attracted 2,000 participants from the industry and raised $300,000 for the Don Monti Foundation.
Charles Rutenberg Agents have also taken an active role in providing for families in need on Long Island and the New York metropolitan area. Mr. Moshé has encouraged Staff and Agents to bring non-perishable food items to company meetings in support of rockCANroll, a nonprofit hunger relief organization, as well as REALTORS Against Hunger, a campaign sponsored by the Long Island Board of REALTORS (LIBOR). Additionally, Mr. Moshé initiated a toy drive at all Charles Rutenberg Realty offices to benefit the patients at the Steven and Alexander Cohen Children’s Medical Center in New Hyde Park.
“I am honored to be a recipient of the Leadership Award,” says Mr. Moshé. “I am proud to say I have created an Agency that not only has the most listings and Real Estate transactions among the other independent Real Estate firms in LIBOR, but continues in its longstanding practice of giving back to the community.”
Corporate Citizenship — The Business of Giving recognizes companies and foundations that make exemplary contributions to the economic and social well-being of employees, businesses and the community, and believe that its community stewardship, through partnerships with nonprofit organizations, strive to meet the critical needs of the community.