Boise Regional REALTORS® Foundation Grants $30,000 to Ada County Non-Profits

The Boise Regional REALTORS® Foundation, the 501(c)(3) charitable arm of the Boise Regional REALTORS® (BRR) awarded thirteen Ada County nonprofit organizations with grants totaling $30,000 through its annual competitive grant cycle.

Funds for grants are raised throughout the year by members of BRR. The two largest fundraisers include the Give-Back Charity Golf Tournament and an annual online auction.

The mission of the BRR Foundation is to improve the quality of life in the Boise region through housing-related projects and grants. Since its inception in 1995, the BRR Foundation has provided over $1.7 million in grants to qualifying non-profit organizations throughout Ada County.

“Through BRR Foundation, real estate professionals are giving back where they live, work and play,” said Cyndi Elliot, Foundation President and REALTOR® with Group One Sotheby’s International Realty. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to make an impact in our community by supporting these outstanding organizations.”

The 2017 grant recipients are:

Boise Firefighters Local 149 Burnout Fund  ̶  $1,300 to provide fire victims with immediate resources for food, shelter and clothing needs.

Boise Firefighters Local 149 Burnout Fund

Boise Firefighters Local 149 Burnout Fund

 

Boise Rescue Mission/City Light Home for Women & Children  ̶  $2,500 to provide program support for the City Life Home for Women & Children; including the Emergency Services Program, New Life Program, Transitional Housing Program and Children’s Program.

Boise Rescue Mission/City Light Home for Women & Children

Boise Rescue Mission/City Light Home for Women & Children

 

Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity   ̶  $2,000 to assist with construction costs for affordable homes at 46th & Adams in Garden City, Idaho.

Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity

Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity

 

CATCH, Inc. (Charitable Assistance to Community’s Homeless)  ̶   $3,000 to assist families transitioning from homeless shelters into their own homes.

CATCH, Inc. (Charitable Assistance to Community’s Homeless)

CATCH, Inc. (Charitable Assistance to Community’s Homeless)

 

Giraffe Laugh Early Learning Centers   ̶  $2,000 to fund scholarships for children who homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless.

Giraffe Laugh Early Learning Centers

Giraffe Laugh Early Learning Centers

 

Good Samaritan League   ̶   $3,000 to remove a large tree on the State Street property.

Good Samaritan League

Good Samaritan League

 

Jesse Tree   ̶   $2,500 to provide rental assistance services in Ada County.

Jesse Tree

Jesse Tree

 

LEAP Charities, Inc.    ̶   $2,500 to help purchase five condominiums for use as refugee transitional housing.

LEAP Charities, Inc.

LEAP Charities, Inc.

 

Life’s Kitchen   ̶   $3,000 to nutritious meals at the Interfaith Sanctuary shelter.

Life’s Kitchen

Life’s Kitchen

 

NeighborWorks   ̶   $2,500 to help fund the Paint the Town program.

NeighborWorks

NeighborWorks

 

The Salvation Army   ̶   $2,000 to support the Finally Home “transition in place” program.

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army

 

Women’s and Children’s Alliance   ̶   $2,500 to support emergency and transitional shelters for victims fleeing domestic and/or sexual violence.

Women’s and Children’s Alliance

Women’s and Children’s Alliance

 

West Ada School District   ̶   $1,200 to support the High School + Homeless = Success program which provides a small monthly housing stipend for unaccompanied homeless youth, ages 18-21.

West Ada School District

West Ada School District

 

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Boise Regional REALTORS® (or BRR) represents more than 4,300 real estate professionals throughout the Boise region, providing resources to help members conduct their businesses professionally, ethically, and successfully. BRR has two wholly-owned subsidiaries, the Intermountain MLS and the Boise Regional REALTORS® Foundation. Visit boirealtors.com, intermountainmls.com, and boirealtors.com/realtor-foundation/ for more information.