The Atlanta Falcons named Bob Lehrer the 2012 Community Quarterback MVP at the third annual Community Honors Dinner at Ray’s on the River.
For this honor, a $4,000 grant from NFL Charities will be provided to Habitat of for Humanity-North Central Georgia.
Lehrer began volunteering with Habitat for Humanity – North Central Georgia in 2005 and currently volunteers weekly as a house leader. As a house leader, he works year round in all types of weather conditions and manages countless volunteers on a weekly basis to teach them construction skills and provide supervision to complete homes on schedule. Just this year, Lehrer has worked in three counties to construct 17 houses to provide 68 family members with a safe and stable home. He also serves as the local Habitat representative for the international Habitat builds under projects sponsored by Habitat for Humanity International and Jimmy Carter. Lehrer travels outside the U.S. twice a year to lead builds and coordinate local volunteer participation. He is a model volunteer and his energy and enthusiasm are endless.
The Atlanta Falcons Community Quarterback Award honors volunteers in Georgia (ages 13 and over) who exemplify leadership and dedication to bettering their communities. Each month during the 2012 season, September through December, an Atlanta Falcons Community Quarterback of the month winner was selected by a panel of civic and non-profit leaders. Each winner received a $1,000 grant from NFL Charities to support the organization served.