The REALTOR® Foundation<br />
Our Mission<br />The REALTOR® Foundation’s mission:<br /> To transition central Indiana individuals from homelessness or i...
This family was homeless. <br />Families make up 42 percent of the homeless population<br />Who are the homeless?<br />
How did they become homeless?<br /><ul><li>Job Loss
Eviction
Foreclosure</li></li></ul><li>How did they become homeless?<br />The average age of the homeless in this country is nine; ...
How did they become homeless?<br />Personal disaster can affect anyone<br />
Where do your donations go?<br />2010 Grant total: 			$85,000<br />Hancock Hope House 			$15,000<br />Christian Help, Inc ...
Where do your donations go?<br />
Where does our money come from?<br />
How can you help?<br />Donate<br />Volunteer<br />Attend an Event<br />SPREAD THE WORD!!<br />
Why should you give?<br />You will make a difference in the lives of homeless families and individuals<br />You will be jo...
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The REALTOR® Foundation links hope to the homeless in central Indiana. This presentation demonstrates our mission.

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  • Who knows what the REALTOR Foundation’s mission is? Do a quick poll of the audience.Speaker to introduce him/herself as a representative of the Foundation and tell personal story of involvement in the Foundation.
  • Foundation began in 1984….current mission adopted in 2003. The mission was chosen specifically to represent the real estate industry.
  • Presenter to add a story of someone they know who has become homeless or specific details of 2 grant recipients. Pass out business cards as this slide is presented.
  • Presenter to note transactional giving opportunity in some offices; $10 for 10 in other offices
  • The REALTOR® Foundation Ambassador presentation

    1. 1. The REALTOR® Foundation<br />
    2. 2. Our Mission<br />The REALTOR® Foundation’s mission:<br /> To transition central Indiana individuals from homelessness or inadequate or unsafe housing to permanent solutions that will positively change their lives.<br />
    3. 3. This family was homeless. <br />Families make up 42 percent of the homeless population<br />Who are the homeless?<br />
    4. 4. How did they become homeless?<br /><ul><li>Job Loss
    5. 5. Eviction
    6. 6. Foreclosure</li></li></ul><li>How did they become homeless?<br />The average age of the homeless in this country is nine; half of all children are under age five<br />700 local families could be homeless due to domestic violence<br />
    7. 7. How did they become homeless?<br />Personal disaster can affect anyone<br />
    8. 8. Where do your donations go?<br />2010 Grant total: $85,000<br />Hancock Hope House $15,000<br />Christian Help, Inc $10,000<br />Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center $10,000<br />Pathway to Recovery $10,000<br />Coburn Place Safe Haven $5,000<br />Dayspring Center $5,000<br />Desert Rose $5,000<br />Dove Recovery House for Women $5,000<br />Gennesaret Free Clinic $5,000<br />Holy Family Transitional Housing $5,000<br />Partners in Housing $5,000<br />Sheltering Wings Center for Women $5,000<br />
    9. 9. Where do your donations go?<br />
    10. 10. Where does our money come from?<br />
    11. 11. How can you help?<br />Donate<br />Volunteer<br />Attend an Event<br />SPREAD THE WORD!!<br />
    12. 12. Why should you give?<br />You will make a difference in the lives of homeless families and individuals<br />You will be joining hundreds of other real estate professionals in this effort<br />EVERY dollar makes a difference!!!<br />
    13. 13. Who should I contact?<br />Molly Hahn<br />Development Coordinator<br />REALTOR® Foundation<br />1912 N Meridian St<br />Indianapolis, IN 46202<br />www.realtorfoundation.org<br />317-956-1912<br />

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