Greenwich Association of Realtors Comes through for Kids in Crisis in a Big Way

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(L to R) Alon Maron, Development Director, Kids in Crisis; Theresa Hatton, CEO Greenwich Assoc. of Realtors, Joann Erb, President, Greenwich Assoc of Realtors, Carolyn Anderson, Vice President, Greenwich Assoc of Realtors, Bryan Tunney, Treasurer, Greenwich Assoc. of Realtors. Contributed photo

The Board of Directors of the Greenwich Association of Realtors and the Greenwich Multiple Listing Service, Inc. have approved a $10,000 donation to Kids in Crisis to support its mission in providing free, round-the-clock crisis counseling and temporary shelter for infants, children and teens.

The Greenwich Association of Realtors upped their commitment to Kids in Crisis after learning about the State of Connecticut’s cuts in funding.

“Realtors are committed to supporting their community and we encourage others in the community to help,” said Joann Erb, President of the Greenwich Association of Realtors.

“We’re grateful for the Greenwich Association of Realtors for their ongoing support of Kids in Crisis and their commitment to helping our children in light of the recent loss of state funding,” said Shari Shapiro, Executive Director of Kids in Crisis.

Kids in Crisis, based in Cos Cob, is Connecticut’s only free, round-the-clock agency providing emergency shelter, crisis counseling and community educational programs for children of all ages and families dealing with a wide range of crises – domestic violence, mental health and family problems, substance abuse, economic difficulties and more.

Since its founding in 1978, Kids in Crisis has helped more than 132,000 Connecticut children and families. Last year the organization provided assistance to 6,184 children and families.

The Greenwich Association of Realtors is the professional trade association for the real estate industry in Greenwich. Established in 1924, the association provides professional development and services for Realtors and represents the concerns and interests of private property and home ownership rights. The association has over 800 members and is headquartered in Greenwich.

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