Realty ONE Group International is hosting a four-part health series on its live agent Town Halls, furthering its commitment to its real estate professionals and the communities in which they live and work. The series includes special guests and Realty ONE Group leadership discussing social, mental, physical and financial health as the country continues to feel the effects of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
“While others have moved on, we’re not letting up,” said Kuba Jewgieniew, CEO and founder of Realty ONE Group. “This is a critical time for our real estate professionals, their families and our communities and there’s still a lot we need to do to take care of each other.”
The UNBrokerage began the Town Halls in the early days of the pandemic and just a few weeks ago hosted Kareem Abdul Jabar, who spoke about social injustice. Last week’s Town Hall focused on Feeding America with representatives from the Colorado and San Diego food banks and was part of Realty ONE Group’s “Week of Giving” where agents took part in porch-to-pantry efforts to support their local food banks.
“This is still a difficult time for so many and our goal is to highlight a number of ways our agents and others can give to really make an impact,” said Jewgieniew.
Realty ONE Group recently made its own donation of $11,111 during Mental Health Awareness month in May to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and featured guests from NAMI on its July 6 Town Hall.
“It’s important to us to recognize the work that organizations like NAMI do to bring awareness to mental health every day and especially now for frontline workers and others who may be experiencing trauma.”
Carl Carter Jr., Founder of the Beverly Carter Foundation, was recently featured to speak on REALTOR® safety and the work his organization does to help the entire real estate community be more educated on the dangers real estate professionals face. Realty ONE Group is a proud supporter of the Beverly Carter Foundation.
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