Agents 'Pay It-Forward' To Support Charities

Share Article announces it's going to change the world "one transaction at a time". Agentspayingforward is a site dedicated to business, networking, and charitable giving, and is free for agents (of all kinds) and charities to join.

Agent's Paying Forward, a Sacramento CA based organization is working to improve national and worldly issues one transaction at a time. Agents (of all kinds) and Charitable Organizations can advertise and network with each other on the company's website, This website is completely free for charities and offered at a miniscule price to agents.

Each agent featured on this website has elected to contribute to one of the many worthy charitable organizations listed on this site. Every transaction an agent closes will generate a donation to his or her preferred charity. The more business the agent does, the more the charity receives.

"We don't expect to change the world overnight, "says Tom Ash, Founder of Agents Paying Forward. "We just want to do our part to 'pay it forward' and what a better way to do so than donate a portion of each transaction to a local, national or international charity?"

Charitable organizations are crucial to providing services for a variety of non-profit organizations. Whether it is The Red Cross, Make-A-Wish, Wounded Warrior programs, March of Dimes, Shriners Hospitals, schools or local churches, the list and need for monetary assistance is endless. Agents Paying Forward was created to help all of these organizations continue to flourish and help those in need.

"With the tumultuous mortgage news that we hear about daily, it's nice to know that there are still agents out there who want to pay it forward and make a difference in the world." Says Ash.

Agents or Charities who seek to empower, inspire, and contribute to this worthy cause, as well as create positive change in the world can contact Tom Ash at, (916) 730-4200 or


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