WHITE PLAINS – The Hudson Gateway REALTOR® Foundation, the charitable arm of the Hudson Gateway Association of REALTORS®, recently presented a check for $2,500 to the Center for Safety & Change in New City.
The Center for Safety & Change provides services to domestic violence victims and their families both in person at one of their office locations and by telephone. Domestic violence victims with special circumstances may receive services at other safe locations of their choice. In addition, the Center maintains a presence at all six domestic violence courts in Rockland County.
Each of the Center’s offices provide the full range of non-residential services and support to domestic violence victims.
“This donation is a perfect example of our commitment to community collaboration with the Hudson Gateway Realtor Foundation,” said Elizabeth Santiago, Chief Executive Officer of Center for Safety & Change. “This will allow us to strengthen our programs and services that support victims of gender-based violence and all crimes in Rockland County.”
The Center for Safety & Change is one of the many local Hudson Valley charities benefitting from the REALTOR® Foundation, which raises funds by holding “Pub Nights” throughout the Hudson Valley, a Holiday Party and a major fundraising event. This year, the Foundation presented its “Runway for Hope” fashion show.
Established in 2004 and relaunched in 2013, the Foundation has donated thousands of dollars to charities and non-profits throughout the Hudson Valley. As concerned members of the communities we work in, the Hudson Gateway REALTOR® Foundation participates in qualified community-based charities who serve the housing, hunger, health, happiness, and humane needs of citizens everywhere.
For more information or to apply for funding from the Hudson Gateway REALTOR® Foundation, please visit www.hgrealtorfoundation.com.