Recently being named the “#1 Top Workplace in Metro-Atlanta” by the Atlanta Journal Consitituion, Virtual Properties Realty feels it is their obligation to support their agents in all their foundations, charities, and endeavors. Virtual Properties assists their agents beyond their real estate practice and contributes to all the causes their agents care about. Over the past year, Virtual Properties Realty donated to numerous charities and foundations. Virtual Properties consistently gives to the American Golf Foundation annually which in return sponsors and gives to the Breast Cancer Survivor’s Network, as well as The Camp Best Friends Program. Virtual Properties also faithfully gives to the local Relay for Life every year.
The agents of Virtual Properties Realty give thousands of dollars annually to Delmar Gardens, American Cancer Society, as well as Children’s Miracle Network. Last December, Virtual Properties Realty was recognized by the Atlanta Journal Constitution for donating the most toys in the Toys for Tots program than any other real estate company in Gwinnett County. For numerous years, Virtual Properties Realty has contributed to Lawrenceville Tourism, Spina bifida, as well as Children’s Health Care of Atlanta. Virtual Properties Realty prides themselves for being corporate socially responsible by contributing to all these causes, and supporting their 1,000 real estate agents beyond their real estate practices. Below is a testimonial from Virtual Properties Realty’s real estate agent, Jackie Brown, and her thanks for the faithful support from Virtual Properties Realty.
“Wow, what an honor to tell you about the support Virtual Properties Realty has meant to my community involvement. Because of the effortless commitment and willingness to serve their local community, through our agents like myself, I have been able to reach out and support the local high school and help revitalize neighborhoods. Most recently, because of VPR’s sponsorship, I have been a part of the Moonlight & Music event in downtown Lawrenceville. Being at these monthly events has allowed me to connect with the concert goers that came for a concert but leave with much more. Just by having our VPR tent and being available to answer questions and give hope, VPR has become a resource and the “Go To” company for the people of Lawrenceville and surrounding communities.” —Jackie Brown