Prometheus Real Estate Group Raises $146,063 For Four Nonprofits

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The funds will help house families of seriously ill children, provide therapeutic recreation to those with disabilities, and reduce hunger.

It is gratifying to see the dedication of our teams on behalf of these amazing non-profit partners.

Prometheus Real Estate Group, the largest private owner of multifamily properties in the San Francisco Bay Area, is proud to announce that it has raised $146,063 for its 2017 regional and brand-wide nonprofit partners. This work was done through POrCH (the Promethean Outreach and Community Help program), Prometheus’s volunteer and giving initiative, helping the company’s employees and residents make a difference in the world in which they live, work and play.

Prometheus annually adopts not-for-profit organizations, providing them with both donations and volunteers. This year’s nonprofit partners, selected by Prometheus employees in each of its regions, are:

  • Oregon Food Bank, which operates in Portland, Oregon. The organization collects food from farmers, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, individuals and government sources and distributes to a statewide network. Oregon Food Bank received a donation of $32,963, which will provide 100,000 meals for the community.
  • Outdoors for All, which operates in Seattle, Washington. The organization delivers adaptive and therapeutic recreation for children and adults with disabilities. Outdoors for All received a donation of $34,886, which will be used to expand their summer day camps, welcoming more children and adults into their programming.
  • Loaves & Fishes Family Kitchen, which operates in the San Francisco Bay Area’s South Bay. The organization is dedicated to fighting hunger and helps feed 200,000 individuals annually. Loaves & Fishes received a $40,274 donation, which covers 16,000 hot meals for those in need.
  • JW House, which operates in Santa Clara, California. The organization provides a warm, comfortable “home away from home” for families facing medical crises. JW House received a donation of $37,940, which will cover 100 nights of full stays for families.

“It is gratifying to see the dedication of our teams on behalf of these amazing non-profit partners,” said Prometheus President Jackie Safier.

Prometheus Real Estate Group, Inc. is the largest private owner of multifamily properties in the San Francisco Bay Area, with a growing portfolio of more than 12,000 metropolitan-area apartments in the Bay Area, Seattle and Portland. Since its inception in 1965, Prometheus has specialized in the acquisition, development and management of high-quality residential and commercial properties throughout the western United States. Prometheus has a long history of award-winning approaches to development, management and general excellence. Its philosophy is centered on making the apartment experience more fun and interesting while providing a true sense of home. For more information, visit prometheusreg.com.

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