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Giving Back

Premiere Property Group is devoted to giving back to local non-profits in our community and those in need through our Circle of Giving fund. We accomplish this by working side-by-side with our partners and donating our time, money and resources to enrich the communities we serve.

Where do the funds from Circle of Giving go?

50% to our Family Assistance Fund - The Family Assistance Fund is a reserve that we keep on hand for our brokers, employees and their immediate family members who are suddenly in need due to an extenuating circumstance. The funds in the Family Assistance Fund will rollover to the following quarter and accumulate until needed.

40% to a Quarterly Non-Profit Recipient – Each quarter, we choose a different local non-profit and award them 40% of the funds that come in to our Circle of Giving fund during that quarter.

10% to a Spot Award Fund – We reserve 10% of our Circle of Giving funds for one-off giving. Our brokers and staff may request a spot award for a non-profit that they are involved with or a donation match to support a specific event they are involved in, etc.

For questions or more information on any of this contact our Circle of Giving Chairperson: Lisa.sorenson@premierepropertygroup.com

What People
Are Saying

Candlelighters For Children with Cancer thanks Premiere Property Group’s Circle of Giving Program. We are so grateful for the support of the brokers who donate a portion of their commission to give back to nonprofit organizations like Candlelighters. The Circle of Giving raised more than $17,000 for Candlelighters For Children with Cancer which in turn used those funds to support families battling pediatric cancer

The $17,000 gift enables Candlelighters to give:

  • 34 families Emergency Financial Assistance up to $500 to pay for rent, mortgage, gas for the car, utilities and even groceries while a child is in the middle of treatment.
  • 97 family members an opportunity to experience a weekend camp and increase opportunities for connection, fun and improved quality of life.
  • 2,000 meals to family members in the hospital dealing with childhood cancer for one year.

Jackie Groah, Executive Director
Candlelighters for Children with Cancer