ATLANTA, GA – RealEstateRama – The Atlanta REALTORS® Association (ARA) held its annual Social Fundraiser at KR Steakbar on Wednesday, April 27, 2022. The annual event, which always benefits a local charity, provides an opportunity for area REALTORS® to come together in a lively, fun atmosphere to raise money for a great cause. This year’s event was no exception. REALTORS®, sponsors, and members of the community enjoyed themselves at a casino themed event “gambling” with play money while raising real money for Covenant House Georgia, the designated recipient of the proceeds from this year’s event. Covenant House Georgia aids youth experiencing homelessness and escaping trafficking.
REALTORS® won chips playing casino style games. They were able to trade their chips for raffle tickets which they used to take chances on winning an array of valuable donated prizes. Additionally, attendees were able to bid on unique silent auction items which had also been donated. The items ranged from trips to exotic locations to paintings by renowned artists to designer pieces and even a Tiffany bowl stuffed with cash! After expenses, ARA expects to be able to give a donation of approximately $25,000 to Covenant House Georgia. We count it a joy to bring the REALTORS® together to have a good time while doing a good deed!
About the Atlanta REALTORS® Association:
The Atlanta REALTORS® Association (ARA) is the voice of residential real estate in Metro Atlanta and has been an instrumental factor in the growth of real estate in the state of Georgia for more than a century. As the largest REALTOR® association in Georgia, ARA serves as a central source of information for its members by focusing on real estate education, the promotion of professionalism in the industry, and representing members with legislative initiatives to create positive change for the real estate community. Membership in ARA is the hallmark of quality, professionalism, and production.
Atlanta REALTORS® Association Contacts:
Geilia Taylor, Director of Community Engagement & Diversity
Mary Pope, Executive Director