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Guarantee Donates $1,150 to Habitat for Humanity Fresno County

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The Guarantee Good Will Network has donated $1,150 to Habitat For Humanity.

About Habitat for Humanity

Habitat seeks to end poverty housing and increase homeownership by uniting individuals, families, and communities to build affordable homes.
Habitat families are taught basic construction skills that they use to help build their home. They also learn about home maintenance, home improvement, interior design, neighborhood involvement, budgeting, consumer awareness, and how to cooperate with others.

How Can I Get Involved?

To learn more about what Habitat for Humanity does, or how you might get involved by volunteering to help build a home, visit their web site, habitatfresno.org.

The Guarantee Goodwill Network Fund is a donor-advised fund, established at the Central Valley Community Foundation, to encourage Guarantee employees to give back to the communities where they live and work.


Guarantee Donates $1,000 to Inspire One

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The Guarantee Good Will Network has given a $1,000 donation to Inspire One. The donation will help replenish the organization’s funding for Biola Enrichment Days and help to continue with its vision: “inspire one, by loving those in front of you.” 

 

It is the belief of its founder- Licia Clark, that if a virtuous seed has been planted in the lives of children during their youth, then fear and frustration will not have room to grow. If one pursues “the call” to inspire, the lights of purpose and expectation will ignite and the lives of children will change by the effort of those who care.

 

About Inspire One

Inspire One continues to push forward and break barriers that divide children from different cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. The organization seeks to enlighten, teach and develop the gifts of ALL children. Through community involvement, cultivating friendships, building team work and developing the talents of children through music and fine arts, Inspire One has accomplished a lot in the Central Valley.

Biola Enrichment Days

Biola is a small farming community just a few miles west of Fresno off of Shaw Avenue. It is a community with great needs. Many in the town work as farm laborers, which puts them in the fields all day during the summers, leaving their children at home alone. For the past 12 years Inspire One volunteers have gathered for three weeks in July giving the children a place to go and things to do! Over 100 children attend, ranging in ages from 5 to 13 and older children in the community have an opportunity to volunteer, helping the younger ones. 

The mornings are packed full of activities! They are divided into 3 sessions, with the kids in appropriate age groups. Each group rotates through crafts, creative arts, and games or outside activities, including photography, sewing & cooking. Fridays are fun days, with movies, popcorn, and outside water games! At the end of the three weeks, the children put on a play for their families and the community. 

How Can I Get Involved?

Inspire One can continue to impact the lives of children with the continued support of those who give by volunteering and those who generously give financially. Learn how you can Inspire One by clicking here https://www.inspire-1.org/donate/

For information email: elaine@inspire-1.org

 


Guarantee Donated $2,500 to Hinds Hospice

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Guarantee is happy to announce a $2,500 donation to Hinds Hospice!. The donation will assist the organization with its efforts to uphold the dignity and ease the suffering of the terminally ill, while supporting their loved ones and those who are grieving.

About Hinds Hospice
For almost 40 years, Hinds Hospice has provided comfort care and grief support in Fresno, Madera, & Merced counties. The number served by their programs has grown significantly throughout the years.

Many programs are not covered or are inadequately funded. To address these issues, Hinds Hospice maintains programs and services such as; Patient Care Services, the Hinds Hospice Home-where terminally ill patients receive 24 hour care, Angel Babies-to help families cope with the devastation of losing a little one, and the Center for Grief and Healing-which provides understanding, compassion and professional support to those experiencing loss and grief.

How Can I Get Involved?
Hinds Hospice relies on community support to meet the growing needs of the organization. The generosity of the community is always appreciated through donations, volunteering, and patronizing the Hinds Hospice Thrift Stores. Please click HERE and learn more ways to get involved.

The Guarantee Goodwill Network Fund is a donor-advised fund, established at the Central Valley Community Foundation, to encourage Guarantee employees to give back to the communities where they live and work.


The Fresno Community Concert Band

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Guarantee Donated $1,000 to the Fresno Community Concert Band. Guarantee recently had a check presentation at our Palm Herndon office!

About the Fresno Community Concert Band

The Fresno Community Concert Band provides a unique musical experience by performing a variety of music – traditional, western, patriotic, Latin, jazz, big band and music of the stage and screen. 75 unpaid amateur and professional musicians present six concerts each season, honoring our military at its May concert each Memorial Day Weekend and an additional concert at the Caruthers Fair.

Besides featuring guest soloists at our concerts, educational highlights have included awarding a music scholarship to a qualified high school student, showcasing high school or middle school bands at selected concerts, offering masterclasses to students and presenting verbal program notes on every concert. Exciting concerts for every member of the family!

We are grateful to Guarantee Real Estate for sponsoring our December concert, to be presented on December 8, 2019 at 3:00 PM and 7:00 PM at Fresno City College.

Learn more about the Fresno Community Concert Band at www.fresnocommunityband.org.

If you would like to support the band CLICK HERE for more info.

The Guarantee Goodwill Network Fund is a donor-advised fund, established at the Central Valley Community Foundation, to encourage Guarantee employees to give back to the communities where they live and work.


Guarantee Real Estate Donates $2,000 to Valley Children’s Healthcare

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The Guarantee Good Will Network recently made a $2,000 donation to Valley Children’s Healthcare Foundation and Abby Andrews, development lead for Valley Children’s, was present at our check presentation at our Woodward Park Sales Office.

“We are so grateful to Guarantee Real Estate for supporting much needed patient services at Valley Children’s Hospital, There are so many programs at the Hospital that insurance does not cover. Guarantee’s generosity helps us provide those services for the patients and families we serve. On behalf of the entire team at Valley Children’s, we would like to extend a big thank you to Guarantee’s Goodwill Committee.”

Abby Andrews, Development Lead at Valley Children’s Health Care

How Can I Get Involved?

If you would like to tour Valley Children’s Hospital, please contact Abby Andrews at aandrews@valleychildrens.org. For volunteer opportunities at the Hospital, please visit: https://www.valleychildrens.org/volunteers/volunteers-home

About the Guarantee Good Will Network Fund

The Guarantee Good will Network Fund is a donor-advised fund, established at the Central Valley Community Foundation, to encourage Guarantee employees to give back to the communities where they live and work.

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Guarantee Sponsors the Jazz and Blues Exhibit-Celebration

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Guarantee Real Estate just announced a $1,000 sponsorship for The African-American Historical & Cultural Museum’s Jazz & Blues Exhibit-Celebration.

About the African-American Historical and Cultural Museum
The African-American Historical and Cultural Museum of the San Joaquin Valley was founded in 1986 by retired Fresno City police officer, Sergeant Jack Kelly and his wife Rosa Kelley. It is the only non-profit educational facility of its kind. The museum houses hundreds of historical photographs, artifacts and memorabilia dating back to the 1880’s which documents the numerous contributions of local African-Americans who live or are from the San Joaquin Valley. Pictorial exhibits profiling African- Americans who have excelled in the fields of government, politics, art, education, religion, health, business, law, medicine, sports, agriculture, and the work of local African-American artist are prominently displayed for educational tours.

Learn more at their website by CLICKING HERE
CLICK HERE to book a tour

The Jazz & Blues Exhibit-Celebration
This years celebration will honor the first Black radio station owner, the late Woody Miller and blues legend Bobby Brown. The event is on Saturday June 15th 6pm -10:30pm and will feature a concert with honoree Bobby Brown and other local artist.

Please help the African-American Historical & Cultural Museum Reach Their Goals
The African-American Historical & Cultural Museum needs your support to make this event the best it can be… Be a hundred dollar community supporter! CLICK HERE to become a Top 100 supporter.

The Guarantee Goodwill Network Fund is a donor-advised fund, established at the Central Valley Community Foundation, to encourage Guarantee employees to give back to the communities where they live and work.


Guarantee Good Will Network Donates $20,000 in the first 4 months of 2019

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The Guarantee Good Will Network is proud to have helped make the Central Valley a better place to call home by donating $20,000 to local non-profits during the first 4 months of 2019. The Guarantee Good Will Network is funded by contributions from Guarantee Real Estate, their real estate agents, and employees.

Donations were made to:

Fresno Fire Chief’s Foundation – $2,500

Mother’s Against Drunk Driving (MADD) – $1,000

Hinds Hospice – $2,500

Rotary Club of Reedley – $1,000

Marjaree Mason Center – $2,500

Fresno Art Museum – $2,500

An Evening to Treasure: Prom experience dedicated to young adults affected by disability – $1,000

Central California Food Bank – $1,500

The Cat House on the King – $1,500

Sleep in Heavenly Peace: Beds for children of families in need – $1,500

Agewell Fresno: Alzheimer’s Association – $1,000

The Guarantee Good Will Network continues its commitment in 2019 to helping make our community a better place.

The Guarantee Goodwill Network Fund is a donor-advised fund, established at the Central Valley Community Foundation, to encourage Guarantee employees to give back to the communities where they live and work.


Toys For Tots

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We are happy to announce that Guarantee Real Estate sales offices will serve as drop off locations for Toys for Tots.

Toys for Tots is a program run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve which distributes toys to local children whose parents can’t afford to buy them for Christmas. Guarantee Real Estate is pleased to join the mission of the program which is to “DELIVER” smiles through giving new and unwrapped toys.

Teamwork and community involvement will make this project a huge success. Therefore, every Valley resident is encouraged to share this announcement throughout the surrounding communities. Please encourage everyone that you know to join our efforts in providing joy, goodwill, and cheer to children less fortunate. It doesn’t cost much to put a smile on a child’s face, but a smile that YOU create by giving is priceless!

The sales offices listed below will accept new and unwrapped toys between now and December 13. The offices are open during regular business hours, Monday – Friday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM.

DROP OFF LOCATIONS:

7050 N. Palm Avenue, Fresno, CA 93650

5210 N. Palm Avenue, Fresno, CA 93704

180 W. Bullard Avenue, Clovis, CA 93612

3 River Park Place East, Fresno, CA 93720

1049 G. Street, Reedley, CA 936524

29369 Auberry Road, Prather, CA 93651


Guarantee Sponsors Break the Barriers

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Guarantee Real Estate just announced a $1,000 sponsorship for Break the Barriers’ annual production of A Nutcracker Like No Other! Please continue reading to find out more.

About Break the Barriers
Almost 36 years ago, Break the Barriers (BTB) was established to celebrate awareness and victories of all abilities and disabilities. This organization educates the community in artistic expression, performing arts, and most important, it breaks barriers between people and groups by fulfilling acceptance and human interaction. Break the Barriers has made a significant impact locally and globally, and it has been recognized by the US Department of Education as a National Role Model for Inclusion.

How to Get Involved
On November 17, the performing arts division of BTB will host its annual production of A Nutcracker Like No Other. This year’s production will feature disabled veterans, giving them an opportunity to participate in the creative process and crew membership. Please help by clicking HERE to purchase a ticket to the show and other events that are produced by BTB.

The Guarantee Goodwill Network Fund is a donor-advised fund, established at the Central Valley Community Foundation, to encourage Guarantee employees to give back to the communities where they live and work.


Community Housing Council of Fresno

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The Guarantee Good Will Network recently donated $1,000 to The Community Housing Council of Fresno (CHC). The donation will be used to assist the organization with its annual Champions and Heroes of Home Ownership Costume Ball.

About the Community Housing Council of Fresno
The CHC was established almost 25 years ago by a group of individuals from the local real estate community. The purpose of the non-profit is to encourage homeownership through education and counseling.

In 2007, The CHC was approved by HUD as a pre-purchase Housing Counseling Agency offering an 8 hour homebuyer class that is required by many of the local and state down payment assistance programs. The organization meets with individuals at their Housing Resource Center located on Marks/Shaw Ln. The CHC also offers counseling to homeowners who are struggling with their mortgage obligations as part of the National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling Program.

How to Help
To learn more about the CHC and how to make a donation, visit their website by clicking HERE


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