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REBSEA-A Nonprofit Trade Association: The Big Why-A Realtor's Tale

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REBSEA Realtor donates to nonprofit organizations
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REBSEA-A Nonprofit Trade Association: Realtors as Super Heroes?

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REBSEA-A Nonprofit Trade Association: REBSEA member has donated more than $1,000,000 to local nonprofits

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REBSEA member Red Oak Realty has donated over $1,000,000 to Nonprofit organizations
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REBSEA: REBSEA Realtor in Az. donates to Nonprofit organizations with Giveback AZ

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REBSEA: Evolution of Nonprofit Fundraising

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REBSEA: A Very Different Holiday Message from REBSEA

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REBSEA's 400th member is a Realtor who Donates to Veterans Organization

REBSEA is a Nonprofit Trade Association of Real Estate, Mortgage, and Insurance Agents who Donate to Nonprofit Organizations

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REBSEA’s 400th Member is a Realtor who Donates to Veterans

 

REBSEA, the Real Estate & Business Social Enterprise Association, has reached a new milestone of 400 members comprised of Real Estate Agents, Mortgage Lenders, Insurance Agents, and Businesses  who Donate to Nonprofits  throughout the United States and Canada.

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Bob Phirsichbaum, a Boca Raton, Florida based Realtor was asked why he joined REBSEA and he responded: “ I have been thinking of engaging with a Veterans group and started seeing the REBSEA name  as a Trade Association that helps its members connect with Nonprofit organizations. I joined and explained what I was looking for.  REBSEA connected me to the Leadership Committee they have formed for  Veterans and to the Fans of America Foundation, which is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization".  After speaking directly with its Founder, Thomas Soukup, Bob will be donating a portion of his commissions to support the Fans of America Foundation efforts in Florida.

Learn more about Bob at  Bob Phirsichbaum

 

 

Fans of America Foundation is a REBSEA member founded by Thomas Soukup to help our American Heroes. We asked Tom to give us an overview of his organization

 

 

My name is Thomas Soukup and I am the CEO and Founder of a nonprofit foundation called THE FANS OF AMERICA FOUNDATION. I started this a couple of short years ago to help our American Heroes.  Our mission right now is to help all homeless and disabled Veterans be able to get off the streets of America, to have a temporary place to call home, to get the help they need to get back on their feet, and to live a good life with their families while enjoying the country and way of life they fought for.  . Our program which we are concentrating on is called " HEROES HOME PLACES " . We want to have a few of our facilities in every state across the country. We welcome all other Veterans groups to join with us and help us as they will be able to come to our HEROES HOME PLACES and speak with and reach out to our Veterans regarding education,   medical and crises intervention, and job skills in a setting made for groups and individuals to meet. We will be asking people to join with us by donating $10 a month. These  funds will go to help build a facility in the state they donate from or to. We also want people to help represent us in each state across the country in order to have a 'local feel and knowledge' for that state. We welcome businesses and individuals to JOIN US TODAY TO HELP OUR VETERANS AND ACTIVE MILITARY MEN AND WOMAN FROM ACROSS THE STREET AND ACROSS THE COUNTRY. We are on Face Book and Twitter and our website is www.FansofAmericaFoundation.org . Let's all join together  for the sake of those who need us. We also have a special fund to help first response groups in time of Natural Disaster.                                                                                                                   

Thank you for your time and consideration,

 

THOMAS SOUKUP , CEO,    Fans of America Foundation.

 

See the REBSEA Profile  at  Fans of America Foundation

 

 

To learn more about REBSEA please visit our website at

www.rebsea.org

info@rebsea.org

855-352-4973

 

 

 

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REBSEA-A Nonprofit Trade Association: Realtors as Super Heroes?

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REBSEA-A Nonprofit Trade Association: REBSEA Member's Passion for Protecting Animals

REBSEA Real Estate member creates Animal Rescue organization
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REBSEA-A Nonprofit Trade Association: REBSEA member has donated more than $1,000,000 to local nonprofits

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REBSEA member Red Oak Realty has donated over $1,000,000 to Nonprofit organizations
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REBSEA: Evolution of Nonprofit Fundraising

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Tech Soup's 2014 Nonprofit Storytelling Winners

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Dr. Karen Dietz's curator insight, November 3, 2014 12:27 PM

Article Link: http://bit.ly/1oaQDwz


Here's your second article today on nonprofit storytelling.


Oh how I wish every nonprofit could receive solid training in storytelling. If they did, the quality of these videos would skyrocket and lots more good could be done in the world.


But frankly, if you scour the web for corporate storytelling videos, you get the same results TechSoup experiences.


Most of the "stories" shared here are not stories. Some are simply old--school promos.


The "Hope House" video is disguised as a story but is still collection of thoughts and opinions without real experiences being shared (the essence of storytelling). I do like it -- it's just not really a story.


The clip from Sodo Christian Hospital is a good story but it stops short at the end. The closing could have been stronger, with maybe a soft call to action included.


The video that is the best story is the one "Free Running in Baltimore". I want to know more about the organization, however.


What are the take-aways here? Watch each video and pass it through this tried-and-true litmus test: would you spend money to watch this story in a movie theater? Would you buy this story as a book in a bookstore? If you answer yes, then it's a story. If you answer no, then it's back to the drawing board.


Figure out what else you like or don't like and adapt your storytelling as needed. You'll be glad you did!


This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it 

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