Honors & Awards
2016 2nd Place Award City of Las Vegas, Strong Cities Strong Communities Challenge
2016 CNN Heroes nominee
2012 Ordinary People/Extraordinary Measures Award, Veteran's Village, Las Vegas, Community Associations Institute
2012 CNN Heroes nominee
2012 Presidential Citizens Medal nominee
2007 National Daily Points of Light Award #3442, White House, Washington, D.C.
2007 National Daily Points of Light Award from President George H.W. Bush
2005 Nominee for Volunteer Service Award, Volunteer Center of Southern Nevada
2003 Finalist/Nominee for Humanitarian, Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce
2000 Distinguished Man in Southern Nevada
1999 YMCA Outstanding Service Award
1999 “Top Ten/Local Heroes” Las Vegas City Life
Arnold Stalk received a Daily Points of Light Award from the Washington, D.C. Points of light Institute and from United States President George W. Bush. Mr. Stalk has dedicated his professional career and has made a lifetime commitment to helping people in need.His first project was the design of a methadone clinic for heroin addicts on Los Angeles’ Skid Row in 1983. As a private businessman, he has consistently integrated his volunteer efforts helping community and faith based organizations as Co-Founder and past President of Christmas In April, Greater Las Vegas, a Board of Director of the Southern California Institute of Architecture (Sci-Arc), Co-Founder, Valley Shelter for the homeless, Co-Founder and Executive Director, L.A. Family Housing Corp; Past Board member YMCA Northeast Neighborhood Centers past Advisory Board member of USA Africa, Hands Across America, Comic Relief, the American Red Cross, Southern Nevada Chapter, United Way of Southern Nevada, past Board member of Habitat forHumanity, past member of the Clark County School District AZAC commission, Founder of the Las Vegas MASH Village, a comprehensive homeless shelter and transitional housing center and the Fertitta Community Assistance/Crisis intervention Center. Arnold currently serves, as President of SHARE, Advisory member of the Heaven Can Wait Animal Society and assists numerous non-profit agencies. He is currently working on a disaster resistant, rapid deployment-housing prototype known as Sancta in Las Vegas, Nevada and in Haiti. Arnold has helped non-profit and faith based organizations raised over $500 million for capital campaigns and operations and remains active and committed to help those who cannot help themselves in communities on a local, national and international level.