ROCKVILLE, Md., May 20, 2017 – On Friday, May 19, The Institute of Real Estate Management® (IREM) Chapters 8, 77, and 92, held its Twelfth Annual IREM Gala, which benefitted Special Love for Children with Cancer. Capitol Concierge is pleased to announce that it was a Platinum Sponsor of the event which raised over $80,000 for this incredible organization.
Special Love for Children with Cancer is a local organization that provides support and services to children with cancer, including camp adventures and weekend getaways for children, parents and siblings. Since its inception in 2006, IREM has selected Special Love for Children with Cancer as the charity that would receive 100 percent of the proceeds from the annual gala. To date, IREM has donated over $500,000 to this organization.
“Special Love for Children with Cancer is an incredible organization that is making a real difference in the lives of children and their families as they battle pediatric cancer,” said Lynda Ellis, Owner, CEO and President of Capitol Concierge. “We are thrilled that our sponsorship of IREM’s Gala helped to fund this amazing organization.”
The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) is a non-profit professional organization that educates and promotes professionalism and ethics in the property management industry. IREM’s mission is to serve the needs of all real estate management professionals. Through IREM, professional designations may be obtained through course study and testing, offering the most recognized trademarks of excellence in the property management industry.
About Special Love
Special Love is a nonprofit organization that provides cancer families a community of support, made up of other patients and families who know and understand the trials and triumphs of the cancer experience. Special Love strives to bring together children with cancer and their families for fellowship, friendship, and fun. Families on the pediatric cancer journey have an ally during and after the cancer experience. Each family member is included in programs: Family weekends give mom and dad a chance to share with other adults, and siblings have a program that gives them the attention they need and an opportunity to make their own friends.