Community involvement is highly valued at all levels of the RE/MAXorganization - from individual Associates to RE/MAX offices, regions, andRE/MAX International.
RE/MAX cause marketing and charity fund raising take on manyforms:
- Most recently, RE/MAX has become a national co-sponsor of the BreastCancer Survivor Recognition Program at Komen Race for the Cure?events. RE/MAX of NJ will be participating in The Race held on October 19, 2003 at the Bristol MeyersSquibb Company in Princeton. Visit your local office and see how you can get involved in this event.
- The RE/MAX organization has been the official real estate sponsor of the Children?sMiracle Network since 1992. Last year, RE/MAX of NJ Associates raised more than $283,000 forCMN.
- RE/MAX of NJ sponsors the Quest For Excellence Scholarship Program which recognizes extra-curricular achievements of students in grades 1 through 12.
- Each year, about 20 charities host fund-raising golf tournaments at Sanctuary,the private course of RE/MAX International co-founders Dave and GailLiniger.
- RE/MAX International is the first major sponsor of The Wildlife Experience, a conservation and communitycenter promoting understanding of the natural world and its conservationthrough art and education.
All these venues and more represent the RE/MAX network?s commitment tocommunity involvement, serving the public beyond its real estate needs.
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The Miracle Home® Program, exclusive to RE/MAX LLC., allows a RE/MAX Associate to make a donation on behalf of each transaction to Children's Miracle Network. The partnership underscores Sales Associate involvement in the communities in which they live and serve. RE/MAX Sales Associates are unique in that a majority of the donations received by Children's Miracle Network from RE/MAX are the result of Associates' hard work rather than solicited from customers.