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Help the California Wildfire Victims

 

The National Association of Realtors donated $500,000 to the REALTORS® Relief Foundation for the victims of the California Wildfires, and they are urging you to do the same.

REALTORS® have a reputation for assisting to rebuild homes and communities when disaster strikes. The REALTORS® Relief Foundation was created to supply to victims of disasters and their families with housing support. The REALTORS® Relief Foundation provided provisions, volunteers, and millions of dollars for victims of several recent emergencies, including the September 11th terrorist attacks in 2001, hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005, and the South Asia Tsunami in 2004.

Please donate to the REALTORS® Relief Foundation today by visiting the website at https://www.realtor.org/RelFundTrack.nsf/Contribution?OpenForm

 

Christina Asad Edwards, REALTOR
2006 & 2007 Sales Masters Top Agent
Christina.AsadEdwards@RealLiving.com
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Blog article provided by Christina Cavins, a Nationally recognized Realtor with Irongate Inc. Realtors. Christina can be reached via email at ChristinaCavins@aol.com or by cell phone or text message at 1-937-205-4741. For Ohio real estate and homes see Ohio Real Estate.

 

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Comment balloon 1 commentChristina Cavins • November 09 2007 09:48AM

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Thanks for the post Christina.  I live just a little north of where the fires were and there are plenty of folks who can benefit.  The Red Cross is also doing some good work in this regard so either agency is a good focus for contributions.  With the Red Cross one may note a contribution is specifically for fire relief to ensure the funds go straight to the problem.
Posted by Keith Stoller (Keith Stoller Tax & Business Solutions) over 12 years ago

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