Our members and local associations are committed to having a positive impact on the Delaware community, not only through ensuring the rights of homeowners but also by supporting non-profits that improve the life of Delawareans.
IN THE COMMUNITY
Along with our support for these important organizations, our members are individually committed to serving our communities and families who live there. Checkout some of our community stories below.
NCCBOR At Herman Holloway Park
REALTORS® took up shovels, rakes, hammers, and paint brushes to make Herman Holloway Park in Wilmington a great space for families to play and relax.
SCAOR Shopping Local
The Board of Directors of SCAOR’s Sussex Strong purchased and gifted $1400 in gift cards from local restaurants in support of the #CrushCorona and #ThankYouBeebe campaigns supporting health care heroes.
SCAOR at the Food Bank
These members were helping to pack up food packages at the local food bank! Pictured from the left are Reyna Gil, Stephanie Moody, Cheryl Crowe, and Chrissy Steele and her […]
NCCBOR at the Food Bank
Food banks have a critical need for supplies during the pandemic. NCCBOR donated $1,000 to the FoodBank of Delaware. Pictured are, from the left, Dawn Harris,William Smith, Larry Haas, and […]
SCAOR Mask Hero
Kathy Engel stayed busy sewing masks during the early days of the pandemic in 2020. During that time she made and gave away more than 250 masks.
NCCBOR Mask Hero
Jennifer (Jen) Kulas, a REALTOR® at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach Realtors, made and donated almost 1,000 in masks last year. Those went to numerous hospitals, charities, family, neighbors, […]
committed to consumers and communities
The strength of our commitment to consumers and communities extends to a variety of civic and charitable organizations in Delaware.
Housing Alliance DE
Housing Alliance DE is a statewide nonprofit working to advance housing opportunities, end homelessness, and promote vibrant communities. The four primary programs are Advocacy, Community Development, Centralized Intake, and Delaware Continuum of Care.
Good Neighbors Home Repair (NC)
Poverty affects 105,000 people in Chester and New Castle counties. It’s not a choice, it’s circumstances that interrupt life goals and plans. The organization helps those who do not have the resources to make essential repairs to their homes to keep them warm, safe, dry, and healthy.
Sussex County Crises Housing Services
The mission of Sussex Community Crisis Housing Services (SCCHS), Inc. is to provide safe and secure temporary housing to the homeless, transitioning individuals and families from financial and housing independence. Since 1981, SCCHS has been creating an environment that nurtures personal and family dignity, enhances self-esteem and promotes independence, housing stability and financial security.
Milford Housing Development Corp
This affordable housing developer has as its mission to provide decent, safe, affordable housing solutions to people of modest means: transitional housing, rental housing, self-help housing, home repairs and rehabilitation, homebuyers club, property management, preservation, single-family new construction, and engineering and site design. services are provided statewide
Family Promise of Northern New Castle County
The mission of this nonprofit agency is to prevent and end homelessness for families. Programs include Shelter Diversion (taking families from homeless to housed and bypassing the shelter system) and Rapid Rehoming for families already in community shelter programs.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Delaware
In Delaware, 30,000 youths are served across the state at 44 club sites. Clubs provide quality programs focusing on educational enhancement, physical education, and character building for a low annual membership fee of $15 per child.
Ronald McDonald House of Delaware
The Ronald McDonald House of Delaware provides a safe, affordable “home-away-from-home” to families of seriously or chronically ill or injured children who are being treated at Wilmington area hospitals. There is no cost to families to stay at the House. A $15 contribution is requested, but is not required and is often reduced or waived.
REALTORS® Relief Foundation
This charitable foundation is dedicated to providing housing-related assistance to victims of disasters. NAR first launched the REALTORS® Relief Foundation (RRF) as the REALTORS® Relief Fund in 2001 within hours of the devastating Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. More than $8.4 million was raised to provide assistance so that surviving family members could stay in their homes. Since then, more than $32 million has been raised for victims of disasters including wildfires, tornadoes, floods, and hurricanes, with 100 percent of the monies going to the victims.
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