Mid-Valley Association of REALTORS believes in strong, healthy and vibrant communities. 

Here is a list of local issues that MVAR has supported and continues to support that contribute to community livability.

Our Local Impact

New Salem Police Facility:

passed by voters in 2017.

 

Library Improvements Bond Measure:

passed by voters in 2017.

 

Salem-Keizer School Bond Measure:

May 15, 2018, Election - vote YES!

 

Political:

We are in support of Brad Nanke running Marion County Commissioner, Jim Lewis running for Ward 8 City Councilor & Steve McCoid running for Ward 4 City Councilor.

 

REALTOR® Day at the capital; 

Why is REALTOR® Day at the Capitol important enough for 850+ Oregon REALTORS to come to Salem for the day? Your voice is important and vital to protect homeownership and private property rights. See what your colleagues have to say about the 2018 REALTOR® Day at the Capitol and why they attended.

 

Homeownership advocacy:

Our Willamette Valley Government Affairs Director, Holly Sears is an active voice in our local legislation, shining a light on legislation that can affect homeownership.

Follow your Dream career

The Mid-Valley Association of REALTORS® is proud to offer scholarships to Salem area residents who are dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge and the achievement of dreams but may not have the means to make it possible.

OAR HomeFoundation 

The Oregon Association of REALTORS® HOME Foundation is a 501(c)3 charity that provides financial resources to create, expand, and encourage home ownership opportunities for Oregonians at or below local median income. It also promotes awareness of affordable housing issues by educating Oregonians and their representatives about the barriers to home ownership and the resources needed to increase housing affordability.

This Oregon REALTORS® charity gives members a way to give back to their communities. Because despite their best efforts, far too many people in today's workforce simply can't afford the American Dream. We understand that homes stabilize families and we want that to be achievable for more Oregonians.

Home Foundation Grant Recipients 

About The Community Fund

SARCF is a charitable (501C3) organization

SARCF is currently seeking sustainers wishing to be a staple in our mission. Donations could be $1 - $100 per month. All donations are tax-deductible. If you wish to be involved email us at info@midvalleyassn.realtor

 

The Community Fund was founded in 2004 as a way for REALTORS® and industry affiliates in the Salem-Keizer area to have a positive impact on the community.  SARCF is a charitable (501c3) organization with the following goals:

 

· To help break the cycle of homelessness and provide opportunities for affordable housing

· To serve disadvantaged children and families in crisis

· To contribute to the livability of the community and build a sense of pride in neighborhoods

Community Fund Support & Funding

Our community fund is funded by members, sustainers, and fundraising events. The benefits of supporting SARCF include bettering our community, a better public image for the real estate industry and donations that are deductible as charitable contributions. Our Board of Directors is always working hard to get new and exciting ways to bring together the members and the community. If you are interested in joining the REALTOR® community movement, you can shop through Amazon smile or donate by clicking the links below.

 

SARCF Community Impact & Previous Grant Recipients:

SARCF Community Impact & Previous Grant Recipients:

Annual Children's Christmas Party

SARCF is responsible for the Mid-Valley Association of REALTORS® annual Children's Christmas Party, where lunch and gifts are provided to approximately 150 homeless children in the Salem- Keizer area.

Shout Outs 

Your picture could be here if you join in on our sustainer program!

Get Involved

Email our SARCF Board of Directors to get information on how you can get involved

Have an idea or opportunity for our community fund? Send us an email, by clicking the button below.

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Habitat for Humanity Grant 2018