You may or may not have realized that for years I’ve quietly donated my time to the Junior Achievement of Sacramento. 

So when I started my brokerage, Quantum Real Estate, I always wanted to make giving back to my local community such a big part of our company culture. 

This year, I’m drastically increasing the level of giving.

Watch this video to see the announcement

We all know that waiting on the government to spark change is hopeless. REAL change that impacts the lives of those in our local community starts with us. 

It’s time we all grow deep roots in supporting our local community!…

Which is why we’re stoked to announce our “Quantum Giving” Program. For the entire year of 2021, our brokerage is donating a part of our revenue from every referral, and closed transaction, to trustworthy non-profits who actually pour into our local community. 

Throughout the year, we’ll have:

  • Ongoing live updates each month on our progress and local events
  • A generous in-depth recap so you can see actual dollars raised to help our community
  • Stories from real people who’ve contributed to this effort

Make sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram to get live updates. 

Here Are the Non-Profits We Are Supporting Throughout the Year:

February – A Touch Of Understanding

Building Empathy – Igniting Respect

A Touch Of Understanding (ATOU) provides disability awareness programs designed to educate a new generation to understand the challenges associated with disabilities and to accept and respect all individuals. 

https://www.touchofunderstanding.org/

March – Solar Cookers International

Solar Cookers International improves human and environmental health by supporting the expansion of effective, carbon-free solar cooking in world regions of greatest need. SCI leads through advocacy, research, and strengthening the capacity of the global solar cooking movement.

https://www.solarcookers.org/

April – Junior Achievement

Junior Achievement’s mission is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed. The inspiration comes from community volunteers who not only deliver our lessons, but share their experience. In the process, these volunteers serve as role models helping to positively impact young people’s perceptions about the importance of education, as well as critical life skills. Preparation involves our proven lessons that promote financial capability, work and career readiness, and business ownership. 

https://norcal.ja.org/

May – Koinonia Golf Tourney

“Koinonia” (Koy-no-nee’-ah) Is a greek word which means “fellowship”

It carries with it the meaning of a committed, trustworthy and dependable relationship. It is this “koinonia” relationship that has made the difference in the lives of thousands of foster children. 

This organization exists to bring hope and healing to children, youth and families through meaningful relationships and quality programs and services.

June – CASA Golf Classic (Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)

The mission of CASA is to be the bridge between the most vulnerable in our community and volunteers who make a difference. Their volunteers help foster youth, at-risk youth, and parents build resiliency, self-confidence, and self-sufficiency. They work together to attain academic goals, avoid the juvenile justice system, improve life skills, and identify support systems.

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July – 1Life Fully Lived

1Life helps people create a personal ROADMAP to live their BEST LIFE!

Their mission is to provide people with the tools and training of the 1LIFE’s core Vision which includes: finances, relationships, and wellness empowering them to dream, plan, and LIVE their best lives and help others do the same. 

https://1lifefullylived.org/

August – Keaton’s Child Cancer Alliance

At Keaton’s Child Cancer Alliance, their highest purpose is to provide an invaluable resource for thousands of Northern California children with cancer and their families.

Their mission is to support children with cancer and their families with emotional, educational, and financial support while increasing awareness and funding research toward a cure.

https://childcancer.org/

September – The Taylor House

A safe transition home for former foster and at-risk girlsThe Taylor House was established in 2012. Their mission for “Supporting The Taylor House, Inc.” is to empower independence by teaching essential life skills and offering affordable rents to former foster and at risk girls ages 18-24.

thetaylorhouse.org

October – Compassion Planet

Compassion Planet empowers aged out foster youth & youth from at-risk backgrounds to overcome personal obstacles, achieve independence & reach their fullest potential.

https://www.compassionplanet.org/

November – Norah Foundation

Spreading love – Restoring hope

Never take more than you give.

The Norah Foundation focuses on Spreading Love and Restoring Hope in the lives of children and families facing health related hardships.

https://www.thenorahfoundation.org/

December – Out of the Darkness: The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

The mission of Out of the Darkness – The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide

#TogetherToFightSuicide

https://afsp.donordrive.com/

Placer County Walk: https://afsp.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.event&eventID=7530

Sacramento Walk: https://afsp.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.event&eventID=7579

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