Coldwell Banker Community Foundation: 2014 2nd Quarter Summary

Every year, the Coldwell Banker Community Foundation finds pride and fulfillment in contributing funds and volunteer hours to deserving charities. We have a lot of people that work very hard to give back to our communities and it warms my heart every time I get to tell you about them.

During the second quarter of 2014, the Orem office participated in the Paint Your Heart Out event, along with NeighborWorks Provo, where Coldwell Banker Independent Sales Associates volunteered in a community beautification project located in Payson. Thanks to everyone who participated…and a special thanks to Shayna Stanton in theOrem office who was the unofficial organizer of the CB volunteers, and to Chris Jensen, President of Coldwell Banker Utah, who found time to show off his house-painting prowess.

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We also had our first of two golf tournament fundraisers. This one was at Hubbard Golf Course on Hill Air Force Base. Through our registration fees, auction items, hole sponsors, mulligans, etc, the Foundation raised $11,595…a 33{b0691beea1c2f39bd1c58efe4ba0816740a602e2685bc83cc0a70ecfa3fcdf10} increase from last year!

Overall, in April, May and June, the Coldwell Banker Community Foundation took in $11,335 from Independent Agent and Employee contributions. We also gave the following donations:

  • $1000 to St Anne’s Center
  • $520 to The National Exchange Club (Taylorsville Dayzz)
  • $1000 to Draper Community Foundation

Do you volunteer in your community? What types of volunteer activities do you find the most rewarding?

By |2018-11-15T12:42:41-07:00July 29, 2014|

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