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Guarantee Good Will Network Donates $76,500

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Guarantee Real Estate along with its agents and employees combined their efforts and resources to donate over $76,500 to local non-profits in 2015.  The Guarantee Good Will Network (GGWN) charitable giving fund supports local organizations that provide safe shelter to people when they are in a time of need.  The Network also contributes to non-profits that offer services and facilities that are available to everyone in the community and make the Central Valley a more enjoyable place to live.  Since inception, the GGWN has contributed over $384,000 to local non-profits.

The organizations that received Guarantee Good Will Network donations in 2015 are:

Community Food Bank 18,937
Evangel Home 3,000
Rescue Mission 3,000
Hinds Hospice 3,000
Naomi’s House 3,000
Village of Hope 3,000
Ronald McDonald House 3,000
EOC Sanctuary Outreach to the Steeets 3,000
Sherriff’s Search & Rescue 2,500
Fresno Historical Society 2,500
Tree Fresno 2,500
Habitat for Humanity 2,250
American Red Cross 2,000
Rescue the Children 2,000
Storyland/Playland 2,000
Fresno Fire Chief’s Foundation 2,000
Terry’s House 2,000
Youth for Christ 1,500
Junior Company Foundation 1,500
Break the Barriers 1,500
Woodward Shakespeare Festival 1,400
Fresno Art Museum 1,200
Boys and Girls Clubs 1,000
Marjaree Mason Center 1,000
Angels of Grace Foster Family Agency 1,000
Breaking the Chains 1,000
Sierra Foothill Conservancy 1,000
MADD 1,000
Catholic Charities 1,000
StageWorks 1,000
Sequoia Council Boy Scouts 1,000
Fresno Filmworks 1,000

Guarantee Real Estate Sponsors Fresno Historical Society’s “Civil War Revisited”

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Amongst other things, the FresnoHistorical Society administers Kearney Mansion Museum where the largest Civil War reenactment in the Western United States will be held on October 18& 19, 2014.

At Civil War Revisited you can:

  • Watch battle reenactments
  • See demonstrations of era crafts by period artisans
  • Learn about California’s role in the War
  • Stroll through a military encampment
  • Walk around a civilian township
  • Hear stories from historical characters
  • Enjoy period entertainment
  • End the day dining at either Camp Night or the General’s Dinner

Click HERE to learn more about the Civil War Revisited.

The Fresno Historical Society (FHS) tells the story of California’s Central Valley, one of the five most fertile valleys in the world.  FHS

  • celebrates the Valley’s cultural diversity,
  • traces the development of agriculture and agribusiness,
  • documents the region’s immigrant story,
  • teaches our children how to learn history’s lessons,
  • provides a community gathering place,
  • and uses history to help develop plans for the Valley’s future

Learn more about the Fresno Historical Society on their website valleyhistory.org


Guarantee Good Will Network Donates $1,000 to the Fresno Historical Society

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Amongst other things, the Fresno Historical Society administers Kearney Mansion Museum where the largest Civil War reenactment in the Western United States will be held on October 18th– 20th, 2013.   At Civil War Revisited you can:
  • Watch battle reenactments
  • See demonstrations of era crafts by period artisans
  • Learn about California’s role in the War
  • Stroll through a military encampment
  • Walk around a civilian township
  • Hear stories from historical characters
  • Enjoy period entertainment
  • End the day dining at either Camp Night or the General’s Dinner

Click HERE to learn more about the Civil War Revisited


The Fresno Historical Society (FHS) tells the story of California’s Central Valley, one of the five most fertile valleys in the world.  FHS

  • celebrates the Valley’s cultural diversity,
  • traces the development of agriculture and agribusiness,
  • documents the region’s immigrant story,
  • teaches our children how to learn history’s lessons,
  • provides a community gathering place,
  • and uses history to help develop plans for the Valley’s future

Learn more about the Fresno Historical Society on their website, valleyhistory.org.


Guarantee Good Will Network Donates $1,000 to the Fresno Historical Society

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The Fresno Historical Society(FHS) tells the story of California’s Central Valley, one of the five most fertile valleys in the world.  FHS
·         celebratesthe Valley’s cultural diversity,
·         traces the development of agriculture and agribusiness,
·         documentsthe region’s immigrant story,
·         teachesour children how to learn history’s lessons,
·         expands the Society’s archives and make its contents more accessible,
·         provides a community gathering place,
·         and uses history to help develop plans for the Valley’s future
The Fresno Historical Society also administers Kearney Mansion Museum where the largest Civil War reenactment in the Western United States will be held on October 27th and 28th, 2012.   At Civil War Revisited you can 
·         Watch battle reenactments
·         See demonstrations of era crafts by period artisans
·         Learn about California’s role in the War
·         Stroll through a military encampment
·         Walk around a civilian township
·         Hear stories from historical characters
·         Enjoy period entertainment
·         End the day dining at either Camp Night or the General’s Dinner
 
Click HERE to learn more about the Civil War Revisited or visit the Fresno Historical Society’s website, valleyhistory.org.  

 


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