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RE/MAX of Michigan Achieves Milestone Donation

It’s a milestone year for RE/MAX of Michigan as they celebrate their 25th year of fundraising with Children’s Miracle Network and nearly $2 million donated to local CMN Hospitals!

“We are extremely pround of our partnership with CMN Hospitals and the amazing success of our Region over the last 25 years,” remarked Elda O’Brien, Regional Co-Owner of RE/MAX of Michigan. “Throughout our history, RE/MAX of Michigan Associates have always played a vital role in giving back to the local community and there is no better example of ‘people helping people’ than what we have done through the CMN program.”

The commitment of the RE/MAX family to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals demonstrates “the power of many makes a difference.” That is the true secret behind the RE/MAX relationship with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. The individual donations of hundreds of Associates amount to millions of dollars each year for children’s hospitals, with $1,938,972.68 raised to date by RE/MAX of Michigan Associates since 1992.

“RE/MAX of Michigan Associates have always been among the most generous and largest contributors to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals,” said Angela Kendall, Area Director for the Central Area. “Reaching the $2 million milestone is an incredible accomplishment and a true testament to the kindness, success, and dedication of these Agents. You have truly made millions of miracles happen for hospitalized kids in Michigan. Thank you!”

The most effective fundraising tools are the Miracle Home® and Miracle Property programs, where Associates can make a contribution to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals with each closed transaction. Miracle Home yard signs also serve as an indicator of the agent’s commitment to improving local pediatric care. Many RE/MAX of Michigan offices are so passionate about the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals’ mission that they go above and beyond. From organizing golf tournaments to hosting art auctions, their efforts prove the simple principle that actions speak louder than words.

Donations stay local to fund critical treatments and healthcare services, pediatric medical equipment, and charitable care. The Region’s legacy of giving and compassion over the last 25 years will ensure that all children in need of care will have it now and they’re continued support will continue to help kids well into the future.