Geneva Group Reveals the Names of Grant Winners for 2021
The Geneva Group, a leading real estate investment and property services firm, is pleased to announce that its charity committee names its 2021 grant winners.
DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla., December 21, 2021 (Newswire.com) - The Geneva Group, a leading real estate investment and property services firm, is pleased to announce that its charity committee has shortlisted the names of its grant winners for 2021. Over the years, the company is deeply engaged in transforming lives in Broward and South Palm Beach County by giving back to the community. This year, the recipients of their grant are Mobilizing MSD, Covenant House Florida, and Women in Distress.
The company's goal is to support non-governmental organizations dedicated to achieving positive socioeconomic change for people and communities in the local areas where its employees work and live. Last year, the Geneva Group purchased a vehicle for a former JAFCO foster child from Sunrise and purchased another vehicle for a mother of three through the SOS Village. In addition to giving away grants, the Geneva Group also volunteers every quarter at a local charity. This quarter, the company will be painting homes for the SOS Children's Villages.
The Geneva Group received grant applications from Women in Distress, Forgotten Soldiers Outreach, Covenant House Florida, and Mobilizing MSD Alumni. The employees then selected the top three winners of the grants.
"The Geneva Group is honored to give back to the very community in which we work and live. It is our commitment and duty as a business in South Florida to volunteer and provide to those who need it most," said Jarred Elmar, Managing Partner of Geneva Group.
Mentioned below are the grant recipients:
- Covenant House Florida will receive a $6,450 grant to provide a safe haven to endangered, trafficked and/or at-risk youth experiencing homelessness. Covenant House Florida is represented by Patricia Jones.
- Women in Distress (WID) will receive a $6,450 grant to aid in mental health and therapy programs for child and adult trauma survivors. WID is represented by Susan Evans and Jeffrey Metcalf.
- A $2,100 grant will be provided to Mobilizing MSD to children at Renaissance Charter School in Plantation in need of laptops, mice and computer cases. MSD is represented by Craig Pugatch.
To find out more about the Geneva Group's philanthropic activities, please visit https://www.genevagp.com/our-philanthropy. If you are an organization looking to submit an application for the 2022 year, email email@example.com.
About the Geneva Group: The Geneva Group is a leading real estate investment and property services firm specializing in acquiring and managing commercial properties for their own portfolio. They specialize in value-add properties in U.S. Real Estate with a current focus on industrial, retail and office.
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