2020 was a year of firsts on many levels. One aspect that deserves more attention is that people were inspired to come together to support each other and their communities in unprecedented ways.

In this spirit, I want to celebrate our Palm Springs community with a very special offer. List your home for sale with me by March 31, 2021, and I will donate 10% of my net listing commission to your choice of one of five local charities. View list of charities >>

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    List of Charities

    Food, Shelter and Healthcare

    Coachella Valley Rescue Mission 
    Coachella Valley Rescue Mission provides critical services to the area’s homeless, hungry and hurting. They provide emergency services like hot meals, safe shelter, medical care, clothing, vocational training and recovery programs that transform lives. They typically provide 30,000+ meals each month — and during this pandemic it’s increased exponentially — and provide emergency shelter for 300+ men, women and children a day. In addition they provide counseling, recovery, education and vocational training for those seeking stability. 

    Desert AIDS Project
    Founded in 1984 by a group of community volunteers in the face of the AIDS crisis, Desert AIDS Project (DAP) has been the Coachella Valley’s primary not-for-profit resource for those living with, affected by, or at-risk for HIV or AIDS. Today, they are a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) with the goal of improving the overall health of the entire community, especially the disenfranchised. DAP provides comprehensive, culturally competent, quality primary and preventative health care services including; primary medical care, HIV and Hepatitis specialty care, dentistry, behavioral health and social services all-under-one-roof.

    Find Food Bank
    FIND is the Feeding America Food Bank and USDA Distributor for the Coachella Valley Desert Region. FIND is a healthy food bank; 40-50% of their food is fresh produce. They prioritize distributing nutritious, nutrient-rich meals to feed families. FIND typically distributes about 19 million lbs of food annually to 140+ community agency partners such as soup kitchens, homeless shelters, community feeding sites and food pantries. Since the onset of Covid-19, they have begun operating 44 community mobile markets with drive-thru food distributions and have been supplying food to an additional 10,000 to 20,000 people in the Coachella Valley each month due to the economic impact of the pandemic.

    Animal Security and Veteran Services

    Living Free Animal Sanctuary
    Founded in 1980 and nestled high in the San Jacinto Mountains, above Palm Springs and Palm Desert, Living Free is a 154 acre, nonprofit animal sanctuary that saves dogs & cats whose time is up at public/municipal shelters. If one of their rescued animals cannot find a loving home, they are free to live out their lives at the sanctuary. In addition, their rescued mustangs and burros have been given a second chance to live out healthy lives on the wild mountain terrain.
    Living Free is also building two new special initiatives: War Horse Creek: Equine-Assisted Reintegration Training For Veterans and Living Free’s Patriot Pets: Adoption Program for U.S. Veterans. 

    Palm Springs Animal Shelter
    The Palm Springs Animal Shelter is an open admissions municipal shelter serving Palm Springs and providing programs for pets and pet owners across the Coachella Valley. Their mission is to inspire compassion and positive relationships between the community and animals through direct action, humane education and advocacy. As refuge for animals in need and pet owners in crisis, they provide adoption opportunities, surrender and stray intake services, as well as microchipping and vaccine support, all by appointment. It is the only public shelter operating under a no-kill philosophy in the Coachella Valley.