Grand Rapids, Mich. (WOTV)-Sunday Dinner, a real estate company leverages the combined experience of some of West Michigan’s most trusted Real Estate Agents, to assist customers through life’s transitions associated with buying and selling homes.
As a company, they possess a culture that is unique to the industry. Their Real Estate Professionals understand the value of giving back, which is at the heart of the company’s DNA. Sunday Dinner, a real estate company was developed as a vehicle to give back to community. Collectively, the company holds 75+ years of experience, providing a knowledgeable and ethical hand throughout the transactions of Real Estate.
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The community focused organizations structure themselves through bettering communities with organic and grassroots work. The mission is to recognize that their realtors have a front line view on the community they serve. They work to give back to local non-profits by donating 10% of realtor’s commissions back into the community.
SUNDAY DINNER, a real estate company has a primary focus of creating long term relationships through the growth and development of local communities and organizations. They have created the programs STAY (Servicing Teachers And Youth), which will be launching within the Grand Rapids Public School System (GRPS) during the 2016 school year, according to Sunday Dinner, a real estate company.
Their partnership with GRPS will assist in the development of local youth by contributing 10% of SUNDAY DINNER, a real estate companies commissions. These funds will have multi-faceted uses throughout the district, including one that our company is extremely proud of: THE SUNDAY DINNER SCHOLORSHIP FUND.
The SUNDAY DINNER Scholarship Fund will allow SUNDAY DINNER, a real estate company to assist seniors at INNOVATION CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL, with a scholarship towards a first semester at Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC).
In addition, each quarter SUNDAY DINNER, a real estate company will pick a specific local non-profit organization to monetarily donate 10% of their company commissions. Below are a few of the initiatives they will be working with this year…
Every year, nearly 2,000 youth experience homelessness throughout the Grand Rapids area. Whether they’ve left home due to familial dysfunction or abuse, aged out of foster care, or have been told to leave home by their parents, each one is maintaining life, often in harm’s way, with little support to help them move forward.
Creating smiles on cancer children’s faces sending prize boxes to children that have cancer to help them get through their chemo, radiation treatments and any other struggles that occur during their treatment.
Kent County based food pantry. Benefiting primarily Kent County based families. Demonstrating God’s love and foster sustainable change through services that build relationships, meet family needs, and promote a healthier community.
Wedgwood’s Manasseh Project is an outreach ministry of Wedgwood Christian Services dedicated to ending the sexual exploitation of young men and young women in West Michigan. Through community education and collaboration, and Wedgwood’s Manasseh Project Trauma Recovery Center, Wedgwood’s Manasseh Project provides support and specialized residential treatment services for victims of sex trafficking and empowers the people of West Michigan to end modern day slavery.