When RE/MAX International became the official real estate sponsor for Children's Miracle Network in January 1992 they had two objectives. The first was to affiliate RE/MAX with a national charity distinguished for improving health care for children. The second was to make the world a better place for the people RE/MAX agents serve. Astronaut Christa McAuliffe once said, "I touch the future, I teach." We view our affiliation with Children's Miracle Network similarly: We touch the future, we serve. The health of business is a reflection of the health of our society. We are committed to contributing to the health of today's child.
What is Children's Miracle Network?
Children's Miracle Network is a non-profit organization founded in 1983. Its mission is to generate funds and awareness programs for children and associated hospitals. In Indiana, those efforts benefit RILEY HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN in Indianapolis. CMN began as an effort to produce a high-quality national television special to raise money for hospitalized children. When the CMN telethon first aired from a small studio, it was broadcast by 30 television stations. It yielded $4.7 million. Today CMN is the largest television fund raiser of its kind in the world. This 21-hour international television special originates live from Disneyland and is broadcast by 200 television stations in the United States and Canada. Just a decade later the broadcast raised $125 million.
RE/MAX and CMN - A Match with a Purpose
RE/MAX has a proven blueprint for success. One of the components of that blueprint is the involvement of Associates within their communities. We know and understand community involvement contributes to increased business for our Associates. We call it Premier Community Citizenship. Children's Miracle Network is an international organization wherein 100% of the funds raised stay within their communities. Likewise, RE/MAX is an international business where success depends upon the sum of many local successes. Our mutual involvement on a local level builds a natural affinity for our business interests. As a corporate sponsor of CMN we enchance our role as local community citizens and as members of the global community. While improving the health of our society, we touch the local RE/MAX Associate and his or her community.
CMN is more than a television fundraiser.
These qualities fulfill an unique need in today's marketplace. It is this innovative quality which led to the RE/MAX affiliation with CMN.
If you would like to know more about the Children's Miracle Network, visit their website at childrensmiraclenetwork.org.
Greenwood, Ind. -- Dan Breault, regional director of RE/MAX of Indiana, is pleased to announce RE/MAX Select, REALTORS, located in Greenwood, was named the top Children?s Miracle Network (CMN) RE/MAX office in Indiana, which benefits Riley Hospital for Children. This is the 6th consecutive year RE/MAX Select has received the CMN award.
The office, led by broker/owner Paul Caldwell, was honored at the 2007 RE/MAX of Indiana Awards Banquet held February 23rd in Indianapolis.
This award is presented to the RE/MAX of Indiana office that raises the most money per agent for CMN. The office donated more than $23,000 to CMN in 2007. All CMN proceeds raised in Indiana help fund research and services of Indiana?s Riley Hospital for Children. In an average year more than 7,000 children in Johnson County and more than 60,000 Marion County children are treated by Riley.
?The agents at RE/MAX Select demonstrated a special effort for Riley in 2007,? said Breault. ?We are very proud of their accomplishments.?
RE/MAX is the exclusive corporate real estate sponsor of the Children?s Miracle Network and over the years has become the nation?s second largest contributor to CMN. In the past 10 years, RE/MAX of Indiana has raised more than $1 million for Riley Hospital for Children.
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