Real Estate Brokers and Agents Partner to Raise $458K+ for Children’s Causes

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Posted By on May 8, 2018

The Scottsdale Active 20-30 Club raised more than $458,000 for Boys Hope Girls Hope and The Care Fund at its annual Brokers for Kids and Agents Benefitting Children sporting competition.

More than 550 residential real estate agents and commercial brokers split into 70 teams on April 13 at Scottsdale Stadium to raise funds for the children’s charities through an Olympiad Championship which included a football toss, bag toss, bocce ball and dodgeball.

“It was such a fun day, and it is inspiring to see the real estate industry come together to raise money for youth in the Valley. We all inherently have a responsibility to make a positive impact on society and giving back to the community only helps make it stronger,” said Brokers for Kids chairman Kyle McMillian.

Teams had been raising money throughout the year through various fundraising efforts and were recognized at the event for both funds raised and competition wins.

This was the 19th year of Brokers for Kids and the 5th year of Agents Benefitting Children.

“It was an incredible turnout this year and I’m very happy with what we were able to achieve. It’s a great day of networking but most importantly, it’s all about the kids,” said Agents Benefiting Children chairman Isaac Kahn.

Sponsors included Even Stevens, Valley Toyota Dealers, Stearns Bank, Marcus & Millichap, Fidelity National Title, Canyon State Electric, Arizona Natural Selections, CCIM of Central Arizona, Kutak Rock, Kansas Asphalt, Matthews Retail Group, HFF, Cavalry Portfolio Services, First American Title, UMB Bank, Guaranteed Rate and the Weston Team at Guild Mortgage.

scottsdale2030.org

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Jamie Killin

About Jamie Killin

Jamie Killin is the web editor for Frontdoors Media. She also is a freelance journalist who has been published in Thrillist, Phoenix Magazine, So Scottsdale!, The Arizona Republic and more.
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