479+

Eligible Charities

90+

Charities Funded

$631,233

Money Raised

DOING GOOD BY HELPING CHARITIES

To add your next real estate transaction to the growing list of success stories, just start with IIC. You can benefit your favorite charity at no cost

SUCCESS STORIES

You can benefit your favorite charity at no cost to you:

  • With any brokered – commercial or residential purchase or sale or office, retail, industrial lease.
  • As long as your transaction is in North America.
  • Regardless of the agent you decide to work with, as long as you start with IIC.
  • Regardless of the agent you choose, whether your choice of agent is “charitable” or “socially conscious.”
  • When you start with IIC, it doesn’t matter if the broker is interested in doing good.
  • With IIC, the emphasis for the consumer is the best broker for the transaction.
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Cathedral Counseling Center

Cathedral Counseling Center chose a broker through IIC and as a result of their office lease, they were able to generate $6,000 for their own mission.

Sargent Shriver National Center

Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law chose a broker through IIC. As a result of their new office lease, they were able to generate $25,000 of unrestricted funds for their own mission. Their first office lease resulted in over $11,000 through IIC.

The American Way

People For The American Way chose a broker through IIC and as a result of their new office lease, they were able to generate $2,366 for their own mission.

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad chose a broker because he uses IIC. As a result of their new office lease, they were able to generate $428 for their own mission.

Chicago Urban League

Chicago Urban League chose a broker through IIC. As a result of their new office lease, they were able to generate $2,360 for their own mission.

Rummel Insurance

As the result of their office expansion and relocation within a building in Chicago’s West Loop, Rummel Insurance selected Ragdale Foundation, Boy Scouts of America Northeast Illinois Council, and Lake Forest Open lands Association to each receive $1,175 through Investing In Communities.

Citizens Utility Board

Citizens Utility Board chose a broker through IIC. As a result of their new office lease, they were able to generate $5,375 of unrestricted funding for their own mission.

Reading In Motion

As the result of an office expansion and renewal in the building where they had long been located in downtown Chicago, Reading In Motion selected their own organization to receive $4,371 through Investing In Communities. RIM gives Kindergarten and First Grade students foundational reading skills they need to start on a path for lifetime learning.

Center for Economic Progress

Center for Economic Progress chose a broker through IIC. As a result of their new office lease, they were able to generate $8,728 for their own mission.