RealtyAds Gives Back to Local Charity

RealtyAds believes in being an active participant in improving our community. Thats why in early 2020 we started giving back to those around us. The need has only increased. We take great pride in helping charities such as OWLS.

OWLS Lacrosse was founded in 2011 with one goal – Improve the lives of Chicago’s most at-risk youth by offering a lacrosse-based program that combines teaching and playing the sport with academic tutoring, mentoring and social enrichment. Since on-field programming has been suspended as a result of the pandemic, OWLS has leaned on their foundation of academics and mentorship to provide a safe virtual space in which students can thrive.

In the last 2 months alone, RealtyAds has funded 20 scholars with 5 weeks of summer academic workshops through Educational Endeavors. Students will learn the character traits, study skills and academic habits needed to succeed both near and long term. RealtyAds is proud to have helped students develope a game plan for conquering the school year.

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