Make Your Community a Better Place on International Day of Charity

CENTURY 21 Affiliated is proud to support the Affiliated Foundation 501(c)(3) public charity which encourages CENTURY 21 Affiliated agents, partners, and families to give back to our local communities in a meaningful and coordinated manner.

On this year’s International Day of Charity, we would like to encourage everyone to take the time to give back to their communities. Whether it be through donations or volunteerism, everyone can make a difference.

Not sure how to help your community? Volunteer or donate to these local charities. 

Check out how our CENTURY 21 Affiliated offices, Agents and Staff Members have given back to their communities in past years. 

The CENTURY 21 Affiliated Madison offices collected donations for Easter Seals. 

CENTURY 21 Affiliated in Oxford, MI volunteered for The Daisy Project.The Daisy Project is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to obtain medical equipment and other recreational items for special needs families that will help to enhance their quality of life.

Tiffany Dowling from our CENTURY 21 Affiliated office in Merrillville, IN helped raise money for Lake County's Special Olympics in 2016.

CENTURY 21 Affiliated in Douglas is helped to 'Fill the Humvee' with groceries for the Annual Day of Caring in 2016!  

CENTURY 21 Affiliated in Stoughton, WI donated $1,000 to the construction of the Stoughton Veterans War Memorial as part of CENTURY 21 Affiliated’s Annual Day of Caring in 2015. 

CENTURY 21 Affiliated in Plainfield brought cookies and treats to their local firefighters. 

Giving back to your community doesn't have to be coordinated. In fact, CENTURY 21 Affiliated will be participating in a Random Act of Kindness this Fall. No matter how you give back, you'll be making your community a better place. 

To support the Affiliated Foundation please visit the website at

How will you be giving back this International Day of Caring? Let us know at

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