Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Carolina One Real Estate (CORE) recognized five local nonprofits at its second awards distribution ceremony of 2012.
The CORE Charitable Contributions Committee, comprised of Carolina One Sales Associates and chaired by Kris Kordonowy and Tom Tillery, presented checks of $1,500 each to Communities in Schools (CIS), My Sister’s House (MSH), Ronald McDonald House (RMH), the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge (ACS) and Lowcountry Orphan Relief (LOR).
The charitable contributions committee was established in 2006 to distribute grants to Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester county non-profit organizations. The committee consists of one Carolina One Real Estate Agent from each of the 10 tri-county area offices. The goal is to improve the quality of life in each of these counties by supporting the various organizations that serve these communities. To date the committee has donated in excess of $150K.
Applications are accepted from non-profit organizations that serve people who live in Berkeley, Charleston or Dorchester counties; are recognized by the IRS as a non-profit; are not a political or lobbying organization and do not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, color, sexual orientation, national/ethnic origin or disability.
Applicant organizations must complete the application and include a copy of the IRS letter certifying their 501(c) 3 status or IRS letter of eligibility. All completed applications should be faxed to 843-202-3025 no later than Monday, April 1, 2013. Any questions should be directed to Kris Kordonowy, Committee Co-Chairperson, at 843.202.2025.
For application information, please visit the website www.CarolinaOne.com.
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