REALTORS® Community Foundation grants nearly $25,000 in Ada County

The ACAR REALTORS® Community Foundation, the 501(c)(3) charitable arm of the Ada County Association of REALTORS® (ACAR) awarded nine Ada County nonprofit organizations with grants totaling almost $25,000 through its annual competitive grant cycle.

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

The objective of the REALTORS® Community Foundation is to support projects and/or programs in Ada County in order to transform the lives of the people in the neighborhoods in which we serve, with special consideration given to projects and/or programs focused on housing needs.

The 2015 grant recipients are:

Boise Firefighters Local 149 Burnout Fund  ̶  $2,500 to provide fire victims with immediate resources for food, shelter and clothing needs.

Boise Firefighters Local 149 - 2015

Boise Rescue Mission/City Light Home for Women & Children  ̶  $3,000 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 - 2015

Good Samaritan League   ̶   $2,755 to purchase a new commercial dishwasher as part of the Renovation/Repair/Beautification project.

Good Samaritan League - 2015

Habitat for Humanity   ̶  $2,000 to help with construction costs for homes currently under construction in Frazier Place, a fifteen home subdivision in Boise.

Habitat for Humanity - 2015

Jesse Tree   ̶  $2,500 to provide funding for the Emergency Rent and Mercy Assistance program to keep qualifying individuals in their homes following a one-time financial emergency.

Jesse Tree - 2015

Life’s Kitchen  ̶   $3,000 to help fund the Stone Soup Project providing one hot and healthy meal every weekday at the Interfaith Sanctuary shelter.

Life's Kitchen - 2015

NeighborWorks (formerly Neighborhood Housing Services)   ̶  $2,500 to help fund the Paint the Town program.

The Salvation Army   ̶  $2,000 to help fund the Nearly Home Transition in Place program.

Salvation Army - 2015

Women’s and Children’s Alliance   ̶  $4,000 to maintain the viability of the critical emergency shelter for victims of domestic and/or sexual violence.

WCA - 2015


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