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Help in the cards for at-risk kids; JAG Community Foundation donates $20K to Rosemary Children’s Services
Spearheaded by Aaroe real estate agent Jordan Nedeff and Marcie Sabatella, Director of Development for Rosemary Children’s Services, our Pasadena office held a John Aaroe Community Foundation poker party fundraiser to benefit the organization, which gives gives help and support to local children and adolescents in crisis. At the end of the night, our agents and guests, supported by our friends at Madison Lending Group, First American Home Buyers Protection Corporation, Chartwell Escrow, Inc., and B&O Pasadena, raised over $20,000 for the Foundation to present to the organization. “Our Foundation is the heart and soul of our company, and I’m proud of Jordan and our Pasadena agents for putting together such a successful event for a wonderful cause,” said John Aaroe. “As ongoing contributions like this one enhance the wellbeing of our communities, they’re also enriching our own lives.” John Aaroe has established and been closely involved with charitable foundations since his days with Aaroe Associates in the mid ‘90s. Since 1996, these giving efforts have invested over $2.6 million in the communities where his agents live and work. Today, a portion of the commission earned on every John Aaroe Group transaction goes to the Foundation to benefit the local community. Funds go exclusively to local causes focused on the areas of community, education, the environment and health care.
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