Since its formation in 1990, GHRF has donated over $746,000 to over 36 community partners.
- 1,160 turkeys and gift cards collected in 2020 Food Drive.
- 16,622 meals distributed.
- 2 houses built for Habitat for Humanity.
- 144 golfers participated in the 2020 Foundation Annual Golf Outing.
- 60 members celebrated REALTORS® Reach Out in 2020.
Over 55 sponsors help make this possible!
Where does your contribution go?
Each year, the Greater Harrisburg Association of REALTORS® Foundation holds several events and charity-specific drives. We rely on your help, time, money and contributions. Below is a list of local organizations that the Foundation helped in 2020!
Bread of Life Outreach
works to advance health, social, and economic mobility in Perry, Juniata, Huntingdon, Mifflin and upper Dauphin Counties. Our $2,000 grant helped provide community assistance food distribution and home assistance services.
Bridge of Hope Harrisburg Area
offers a long-term solution to ending family homelessness for single mothers and their children in Dauphin and Cumberland counties. Our $2,000 grant helped provide rental assistance for permanent housing for those families.
Domestic Violence Services of Cumberland & Perry Counties
provides free and confidential emergency housing for women, men, and their children who experience domestic violence. Our $2,000 grant supported general operating for those emergency shelter programs.
provides safe, clean, affordable housing to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty and rebuild lives. Our $2,000 grant helped with repairs to maintain and enhance their supportive community housing.
Join Hands Ministry
provides direction, intervention and support to persons facing living challenges in Perry County. Our $2,000 grant assisted in emergency housing for Perry County residents.
bring volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of low-income homeowners. Our $2,000 grant helped make repairs to three houses located in Carlisle, Mechanicsburg and Harrisburg.
provides housing and supportive services for homeless and nearly homeless children and adults. Our $2,000 grant supported program operating costs for long-term temporary housing.