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6th Annual R2R — Sheltering Victims of DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.

We thank all who contributed to making R2R 2018 such a great success!  Realtor2Realtor 2018 event raised $14,505.00 for Domestic Violence Organizations in Dutchess, Danbury, and Westchester. Our 6 year total raised and donated is $77,933.82!

 

October 4th at the SALEM GOLF CLUB IN NORTH SALEM, NY held the 6th annual Realtor-to-Realtor (R2R) networking fundraiser! … It was a fun night of networking, open bar, hors-d’oeuvres, all for a great cause!

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  100% of funds raised for R2R 2018 went to benefit DOMESTIC VIOLENCE victims within our communities.

Each year we aim to deliver a memorable evening that benefits our communities.  For 2018, the Salem Golf Club in North Salem, NY was chosen to accommodate over 200 leaders in the real estate profession.  Representatives from real estate firms in the Hudson Valley NY, Greater Danbury, and surrounding areas were in attendance.  This event raised money that goes right back into helping improve the quality of life within our communities.

When: October 4, 2018 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Where: Salem Golf Club
18 Bloomer Rd, North Salem, New York 10560
Get in the door for only $ 25 per person!
Fundraiser for: Victims of DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

To Register or Sponsor (future events) please CONTACT YOUR PARTICIPATING WCR CHAPTER

12373220_947749175261698_2717895505940946945_nThis event brought guests together for a unique networking opportunity among New York and Connecticut Realtors.

Interested in joining us for a possible 2019 R2R?   We invite you to follow our page on facebook or on twitter to stay in touch… Let’s Network! #Realtor2Realtor

 

 

WCR Empire Westchester Network raised money for Hope’s Door! hopes door logo

Hope’s Door was founded in 1980 as the Northern Westchester Women’s Shelter, eventually changing its name to Hope’s Door in 2009. The organization maintains a 16-bed shelter and offers one-on-one intervention, counseling, support groups, legal advocacy and services to help children living with violence at home and parents dealing with domestic abuse. Hope’s Door is recognized by the IRS as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit charity. Learn more at https://hopesdoorny.org

 

WCR Dutchess Network raised money for The Grace Smith House! grace smith house logo

Grace Smith House is a private not-for-profit (501 (c) (3) non-profit charity) domestic violence agency, providing both residential and non-residential services to victims of domestic violence and their children.  The Grace Smith house offers residential shelter, non-residential services, counseling, advocacy, legal assistance, and preventative education for residents of Dutchess County, NY and surrounding counties. Learn more at http://www.gracesmithhouse.org

 

WCR Greater Fairfield County Network raised $5,400 for The Women’s Center of Greater Danbury!womens center danbury

WCOGD is a non-profit organization (501 (c) (3) non-profit charity) with a vision to end the violence against women, men, and children, to foster equality and empowerment for all. WCOGD serves the needs of individuals and families in the Northern Fairfield and Southern Litchfield County communities of Bethel, Bridgewater, Brookfield, Danbury, Kent, New Fairfield, New Milford, Newtown, Redding, Ridgefield, Roxbury, Sherman, and Washington. WCOGD provides prevention, crisis intervention, and support services with regard to domestic violence, sexual assault, and other major life transitions. WCOGD’s free and confidential services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Learn more at https://www.wcogd.org

WCR Greater Danbury Women's Center DonationOn #GivingTuesday, 11/27/2018 — A check for $5,400 was presented by Marie Borner, Greater Danbury CT Real Estate, President of Women’s Council of Realtors, Greater Fairfield County and Thomas Grimes, Account Representative from Clancy Relocation & Logistics and accepted by The Women’s Center of Greater Danbury Board Chair, Glori Norwitt.