Since its formation in 1990, GHRF has donated over $760,000 to over 37 community partners.
- 1,200 turkeys and gift cards collected in 2021 Food Drive.
- 17,822 meals distributed.
- 2 houses built for Habitat for Humanity.
- 144 golfers participated in the 2021 Foundation Annual Golf Outing.
- 80 members celebrated REALTORS® Reach Out in 2021.
Over 75 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 2021!
works to improve the quality of life for individuals and their families whose lives have been impacted by negative life experiences. Our $2,000 grant will help provide rental and utility assistance for low income families who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brethren Housing Association
provides stable housing, supportive services and loving relationships to individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness. Our $2,000 grant will help provide permanent supportive housing to homeless individuals and families.
Bridge of Hope Harrisburg Area
offers a long-term solution to ending family homelessness for single mothers and their children in Cumberland, Dauphin and York Counties. Our $2,000 grant will help provide rental assistance and homeownership matching funds to these individuals.
provides emergency shelter, resources and supportive services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness. Our $2,000 grant will help with the costs of renovating their new emergency shelter.
Join Hands Ministry
provides direction, intervention and support to persons facing living challenges in Perry County. Our $2,000 grant will assist in emergency housing for Perry County residents.
New Hope Ministries
provides assistance with food, housing, heat and utilities, transportation, employment, job training and youth programs. Our $2,000 grant will help provide rent, mortgage and utility expense assistance to help local low-income families avoid eviction, foreclosure and homelessness.
Perry Housing Partnership
develops affordable housing opportunities for residents of Perry County, including low-income, disabled, elderly and homeless individuals and families. Our $2,000 grant will provide funds to replace flooring in handicap accessible apartment for the Perry County Disabled Veterans Program.