Tradition of Service
A long tradition of service and professionalism in Clinton and surrounding counties
Governed by elected directors to help ensure the highest degree of professional standards
This year the Board of Realtors hosted a Drive Thru Brunch. More than 120 breakfasts were served and $2,161.00 was donated that day. We had many volunteers helping, including local high schoolers. The Board of Realtor would like to thank each person that had part in helping this day, from the volunteers, to participants to the ones that donated items for this event.
Day of Caring
What is the Day of Caring? Established in 1991, Day of Caring is a grass roots organization made up of volunteers committed to increasing personal awareness and involvement toward confronting the ever-increasing national plight of hunger and homelessness.
The Clinton County Board of Realtors sponsor the Day of Caring for our area. Board members raise money through door donations for our breakfast. Day of Caring is held the last Sunday every February at the Friends Church in Wilmington. The proceeds of this special event are then donated to the Clinton County Homeless Shelter.
100% of the monetary donations go directly to the Clinton County Homeless Shelter.
In 2019 we had 253 total residents, 39 being children. A total of 6,811 nights in shelter 27 night average. 34,055 meals and snacks were served and 412 households were served through the food pantry.
If you have not attended this event in the past we would like to take this time to invite you to share breakfast and fellowship with us in the future. This is a wonderful event that helps raise money for those in need. Please join us or call about how you can help be a sponsor of this event.
The Clinton County Homeless Shelter thanks the Clinton County Board of Realtors for organizing the 19th annual pancake breakfast on Sunday, Feb. 23. The event is held at the Wilmington Friends Church the last Sunday of February each year. A special thank you to the local Walmart store for providing match funds for the event each year. Since 2002, the annual pancake breakfast has raised nearly $60,000 to benefit the Clinton County Homeless Shelter.
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