Salt Lake REALTORS Help the Homeless
It’s nice to be a part of an industry that recognizes the value of giving back. On Thursday, Aug. 11, the Salt Lake Board of REALTORS® presented a check to representatives of The Road Home. Winter is coming on and there’s no question times are tough for many right now. This contribution will go a long way in helping the Salt Lake City area address the issue of homelessness.
The shelter is located at 210 South Rio Grande Street (455 West) in downtown Salt Lake. REALTORS® raised the money at a charity auction and dinner. In an organizational press release Celeste Eggert, director of development and community relations said, “The money raised will be used for basic shelter operations which is our greatest need … We have seen a dramatic increase in the number of families turning to us. This funding will help ensure that no family is turned away for services.”
I’m proud to say the Salt Lake Board of REALTORS® has donated to the Road Home every year since 1994. Despite a sagging Utah real estate market, this year REALTORS® donated at least $7,000 more than it did last year. Kudos to my associates and 'great work'! I encourage you to give too. Please take time to contribute whatever resources you have to the homeless. It can be time, money, clothing, blankets or any other contribution you want to make.
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