Century 21 has announced it managed to raise more than $3 million for Easterseals in 2019.
The non-profit organisation provides autism, early intervention, development and adult day care services for people with disabilities, as well as seniors, veterans and their families. It’s the biggest non-profit healthcare group in the US and has been helping people achieve a higher quality of life for 100 years.
Since Century 21 first partnered with Easterseals in 1979, the estate agent and property franchise has raised over $126 million for the charitable organisation. Easterseals’ President and CEO, Angela Williams, said:
“Easterseals is truly grateful for our 41-year collaboration with Century 21 Real Estate. Century 21-affiliated brokers and independent agents have been supporting Easterseals services for decades, helping us make a difference in the lives of children and adults with disabilities across North America.”
“Many thanks to the Century 21 System for helping us ensure that everyone, regardless of age or ability, is 100-percent included and 100-percent empowered.”
For the sixth year in a row, the same three franchise units were Century 21’s top fundraisers, based in Michigan, Texas and Ontario, Canada. The Michigan site is so successful that it hasn’t lost its top spot in 23 years, but it surpassed its record in 2019, hitting a total of $1.4 million.
Century 21 will celebrate its top 21 fundraisers on 24th February at its On21 Experience event in LA, which welcomes Century 21 teams from across the world.
The franchise’s President and CEO Michael Miedler praised Easterseals:
“We are proud to be aligned with Easterseals and its affiliates who are relentless in their efforts to deliver the extraordinary to individuals and families living with disabilities. Knowing that the funds we raise every year are directly impacting millions of people in local communities across North America affirms our work and our 41-year history together.”
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©