As an agent in the Treasure Valley, you love where you live and make it your mission to help your clients. You share your favorite places to eat and things to do that are unique to Boise, so your clients love living here, too.
Building your life here isn’t only about building relationships as you work and play, it’s about giving back to the community you love. There are many non-profit organizations and charities in the area that do wonderful work and rely on community support.
At the Mike Brown Group, we provide opportunities for agents to donate a portion of every transaction to our foundation, Together We Give, which supports local organizations and charities in the community. Over the last two years, we have donated $200,000 to help provide resources to those they serve.
We believe that everyone deserves a home, which is why last year, Catch of Idaho was the recipient of our 2021 donation from the Together We Give Foundation. Catch of Idaho helps homeless families by providing a home first, then supportive services so they can rebuild their lives and create new opportunities for themselves and their families.
“Your gift of $100,000 on 12/3/21 helps us secure housing and create the feeling of home for families like the Wilson’s in our rapid rehousing program. In 2021, we housed 150 households experiencing homelessness, and with your support, we are able to continue this imperative work throughout the Treasure Valley. You all are such giving partners. Thank you for joining in the fight for housing!!”
~ Stephanie Day, Executive Director, Catch of Idaho
Giving back to the community that gives so much to us is a key principle at the Mike Brown Group. We encourage our agents to find a charity or organization they want to support as they build their real estate business.
As you build your successful business this year, think about how you can give back to the community that gives so much to you. Is it making a monetary donation or serving in another way?
When you give back to your community, you not only feel great, but you provide the resources these charities and organizations need to continue to serve the residents of the Treasure Valley.