Giving Back to the Communities Where We Live and Work

As you may know, one of the core values of Integrity Real Estate Group is giving back to the communities where we live and work. In addition to NOT following the standard industry practice of charging clients a per transaction “administration fee” of $300-$595, on top of the commissions charged, the agents at Integrity contribute a portion of their commissions for each real estate sale to a pool of funds designated for distribution to local nonprofit organizations. At the end of each year, we donate the funds to grass roots charities that are making a difference in the lives of others where we live and work.

As we celebrate our seventeenth year in business at Integrity, we are honored and proud to contribute to these organizations who are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of others, and we are grateful to our clients and agents who make these donations possible. Your continued confidence and trust in us help us continue to grow and give back to the community.

Many non-profit organizations have become so large that only a small portion of donated funds go to supporting their missions. We choose to contribute to those who are focused solely on the recipients of their services where the most good can be accomplished.

In 2022 and 2023 contributions were made to the following 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations. Check out the links to see if there’s a non-profit that supports a cause close to your heart:

The Koinonia Foundation Provides emergency and ongoing support services for food, clothing, and financial assistance, plus help during the holidays, to those in need in the Alexandria and East Springfield area in Fairfax County.

New Hope Housing, Inc. Provides shelter, transitional, and permanent housing to homeless families and single adults, with support services designed to break the cycle of homelessness in the Route 1 corridor and Alexandria.

Lorton Community Action Center Provides food, clothing, financial help, holiday help, school supplies, referral services to those in need in the Lorton area.

Boulder Crest Retreat Provides recovery help to wounded veterans and their families.

The Brain Foundation of Fairfax County Provides housing for those suffering from brain disease or injury.

Gabriel Homes, Inc. Provides residential placement and support for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Cat’s Cradle Animal Rescue A Virginia based, nonprofit animal rescue for cats in the Shenandoah Valley. Providing rehoming, trap neuter and return & adoption services.

Operation Renewed Hope Provides a range of services assisting Veterans and breaking their cycle of homelessness or preventing Veterans from becoming homeless. These services include Residential Housing, Transportation and Other Services.

Project Mend-A-House Provides home repair services to seniors, low-income residents, veterans and those with disabilities in Prince William County and Manassas.

Foundation for Applied Technology Education (F.A.T.E): Fairfax County High School students participate, observe, and are educated in all aspects of home construction – from digging and pouring the foundation, through completing the final punch-out items. An onsite builder/teacher supervises the students, and many of the fine contractors who combine to produce these beautiful homes. This learning process is part of the Fairfax County technical education curriculum.

Again, thank you so much for all you have done to help make these donations possible!

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