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Allen Tate raises $144K for public education

Dec. 17. Regional events sponsored by Allen Tate this past fall brought in $144,000 for public education in the Carolinas. Allen Tate’s FUNday 22-year total is $2.35 million.

FUNday is a fundraising event where agents and professional staff come together in a social setting, with vendor sponsors. For the first time this year, five regional events were held throughout Allen Tate regions in North and South Carolina.

There were two Charlotte events: “An Evening Well Spent” at Providence Country Club and “Country Club Par-Tee” at Northstone Country Club in Huntersville.

Nearly 1,200 Allen Tate Realtors, employees, vendors and guests attended.


Festivities included silent and live auctions, raffles, wine pulls, games, live music and other activities to raise funds for local schools and educational foundations.

“It’s amazing what can happen when we all come together for the common good. Each year, Allen Tate makes this commitment to public education, and each year, Tate people and community partners give it their all. I am so, so proud,” said Pat Riley, president and CEO, Allen Tate Cos.

FUNday is part of the Tate Cares giving initiative, along with the company’s annual giving campaigns to benefit arts and cultural organizations and United Way agencies. The lifetime Tate Cares contribution since 1998 is $5.36 million.

More than 40 local school systems, foundations and education organizations in North and South Carolina receive support from Allen Tate FUNday.





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