Scottsdale Active 20-30 Club hosts competition for charity

Agents compete in Olympiad for charity (Submitted photo)

The Scottsdale Active 20-30 Club hosts a charity sporting competition called Brokers for Kids and Agents Benefiting Children.

On April 5, residential and commercial real estate professionals go head-to-head at Scottsdale Stadium to raise money for the charities, Boys Hope Girls Hope and the Care Fund, according to a press release.

Last year’s event raised more than $457,000. The event averages more than 700 participants. During the year, residential and commercial real estate teams raise money through various fundraising efforts to benefit the two charities, according to the release.

On the Brokers for Kids side, the commercial real estate team raising the most money receives the “coveted Broker’s Cup,” the release said. For Agents Benefitting Children, the residential team that raises the most money will be awarded the “Agent’s Cup.”

People can help by purchasing $25 raffle tickets at 2030raffle.com and enter to win a new 2019 Toyota, the release stated.

The Scottsdale Active 20-30 Club, founded with the objective of supporting children’s charities, provides young adults with an opportunity for personal growth, friendships, and leadership development while improving the quality of life for special needs children in the community, the release noted.

By hosting special events, the club unites the community to raise funds for, and to educate citizens about the financial, medical, and emotional needs of Arizona’s children, the release added.

For more information, visit: scottsdale2030.org

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