Community Outreach & Reinvestment
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Links of Interest
High School Scholarships The Tehama County Association of Realtors awrds 6 $500 scholarships every year to graduating seniors from Tehama County High Schools including, but not limited to, Corning High School, Centennial Continuation High School, Red Bluff Union High School, Salisbury High School, Los Molinos High School, and Mercy High School.
2019 Recipients were Angel Finfrock, Corning; Caitlyn Morgan; Los Molinos; Aubrey Bell, Mercy; Sevie Johnson, Red Bluff; Giavonnie Nunez, Salisbury and Lourdes Knowles, Tehama eLearning Academy.
Each year, thousands of dollars are donated back to the community in the form of scholarships, donations and volunteer hours. From our senior blanket drive and donations to Toys for Tots during the holiday season to high scholarships and Coats for Kids, The TCAOR is dedicated to reinvesting in our community.
To apply: Fill out application and return to the TCAOR by deadline. Mail or Hand Deliver To: TCAOR Attn: Scholarship Committee 956 Walnut Street Red Bluff, CA 96080 Questions: mls@tcaor.com
Scholarship Application
TCAOR Graffiti Abatement Tehama County Association of Realtors (TCAOR) recently partnered with Red Bluff Paint Mart and the Red Bluff Police Department to support the Graffiti Abatement Program initiated by Red Bluff City Council member Clay Parker. TCAOR members donated an initial $500 to start a fund purchasing paint and supplies needed to remove graffiti on private property within the City of Red Bluff. If you know someone or somewhere that needs graffiti removed, call the Red Bluff police department at 527-3131 or make a report online at www.rbpd.org
“Our local association of Realtors supports preservation of local private property rights on many fronts. We hope creation of this perpetual fund to help abate graffiti when it occurs will be further supported by encouraging local folks to make donations to this fund in any amounts they are able to.” - TCAOR President Steve Mandolfo
Partnership with our Chamber of Commerce Partner with Chamber of Commerce to educate consumers on local real estate market and opportunities.
Coats for Kids & Back to School Project. Each year TCAOR donates $300 to each of these two important supply drives that provide essential school supplies and warm coats to our local youth.
Senior Blanket Drive Santa with Tehama County Public Relations Committee and Board of directors gathered for their annual distribution of blankets to seniors at Brentwood Skilled Nursing. Santa along with some service veteran's and PR distributed 40 blankets to seniors in our community.
Kam Lalaguna Public Relations Committee chair presented Coats for kids organizer Kim Berry with a $300.00 donation from Tehama County Association of Realtors to assist with providing jackets for children in our community!
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Address: 956 Walnut St, Red Bluff, CA 96080
Community Outreach & Reinvestment
High School Scholarships The Tehama County Association of Realtors awrds 6 $500 scholarships every year to graduating seniors from Tehama County High Schools including, but not limited to, Corning High School, Centennial Continuation High School, Red Bluff Union High School, Salisbury High School, Los Molinos High School, and Mercy High School.
2019 Recipients were Angel Finfrock, Corning; Caitlyn Morgan; Los Molinos; Aubrey Bell, Mercy; Sevie Johnson, Red Bluff; Giavonnie Nunez, Salisbury and Lourdes Knowles, Tehama eLearning Academy.
Each year, thousands of dollars are donated back to the community in the form of scholarships, donations and volunteer hours. From our senior blanket drive and donations to Toys for Tots during the holiday season to high scholarships and Coats for Kids, The TCAOR is dedicated to reinvesting in our community.
To apply: Fill out application and return to the TCAOR by deadline. Mail of Hand Deliver To: TCAOR Attn: Scholarship Committee 956 Walnut Street Red Bluff, CA 96080 Questions: mls@tcaor.com
TCAOR Graffiti Abatement Tehama County Association of Realtors (TCAOR) recently partnered with Red Bluff Paint Mart and the Red Bluff Police Department to support the Graffiti Abatement Program initiated by Red Bluff City Council member Clay Parker. TCAOR members donated an initial $500 to start a fund purchasing paint and supplies needed to remove graffiti on private property within the City of Red Bluff. If you know someone or somewhere that needs graffiti removed, call the Red Bluff police department at 527-3131 or make a report online at www.rbpd.org
“Our local association of Realtors supports preservation of local private property rights on many fronts. We hope creation of this perpetual fund to help abate graffiti when it occurs will be further supported by encouraging local folks to make donations to this fund in any amounts they are able to.” - TCAOR President Steve Mandolfo
Partnership with our Chamber of Commerce Partner with Chamber of Commerce to educate consumers on local real estate market and opportunities.
Scholarship Application
Coats for Kids & Back to School Project. Each year TCAOR donates $300 to each of these two important supply drives that provide essential school supplies and warm coats to our local youth.
Kam Lalaguna Public Relations Committee chair presented Coats for kids organizer Kim Berry with a $300.00 donation from Tehama County Association of Realtors to assist with providing jackets for children in our community!
Senior Blanket Drive Santa with Tehama County Public Relations Committee and Board of directors gathered for their annual distribution of blankets to seniors at Brentwood Skilled Nursing. Santa along with some service veteran's and PR distributed 40 blankets to seniors in our community.
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