Real estate firm's foundation raises $128,000 for area charities

Updated 2/18/2019 12:27 PM

The KoenigRubloff Cares Foundation, the charitable nonprofit arm of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff Realty Group in the Chicago area, announced that it raised $128,000 for Habitat for Humanity, the Sunshine Kids and charitable organizations selected by local KoenigRubloff offices in 2018.

Chicagoland Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that partners with individuals in need of affordable housing throughout the Chicago region. The Sunshine Kids is a national nonprofit organization that offers a variety of programs for children battling cancer.


Included in the $128,000 were grants made to local charities selected by KoenigRubloff offices. Funds were raised in 2018 through the support of hundreds of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff Realty Group agent and employee contributions.

Joe Stacy, chairman of the KoenigRubloff Cares Foundation, said, "I continue to be amazed by the generous contributions of KoenigRubloff agents and employees, and so thankful that we are then able to support organizations like Habitat for Humanity, the Sunshine Kids and other charitable organizations that need assistance.

"We are pleased and proud to play a role in helping someone earn a home or bring joy to a child who is undergoing treatment. I thank everyone who so generously supports the KoenigRubloff Cares Foundation."

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff Realty Group is a full-service real estate firm with nearly 1,500 real estate professionals and staff in 23 offices serving customers throughout the Chicago metropolitan area, the North Shore, Western suburban communities and Harbor Country, Michigan.

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