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Individuals and businesses can now generate financial support for the Illinois Maternal and Child Health Coalition (IMCHC) at no personal cost by making their real estate transactions IIC® transactions!

IMCHC has become an Investing In Communities nonprofit Partner, and can now receive funds through IIC®. IIC will enable supporters of IMCHC to continue their philanthropy through difficult times, just by satisfying their existing real estate needs. The process is simple:

1.      An IIC Friend (consumer of real estate services) approaches an IIC Broker Member with a real estate need (Friends may also ask their preferred broker to join IIC if he or she is not already a Member. It’s fast and easy!).

2.      IIC Broker Members agree to pledge no less than 10% of their commission to the IIC Nonprofit Partner(s) the Friend selects.

3.      IIC distributes funds generated by transactions to the selected Nonprofit Partners on a quarterly basis. Friends direct the philanthropy, but the cost is at the Broker Member’s expense.

IMCHC  believes IIC will benefit our organization, our supporters, and real   estate professionals because IIC replaces a for-profit lead generation industry  with a nonprofit platform that generates social value and real financial returns for participants. Though Broker Members fund IIC philanthropy, they receive positive publicity, excellent exposure, and increased visibility in return – all for a third of standard referral fees! In comparison to typical referral fees of 20-35% of a commission, the IIC pledge of 10% represents outstanding value for our real estate friends.

IMCHC encourages individuals, businesses, and real estate professionals to inquire about participating in Investing In Communities. Visit www.iiconline.org to learn more about IIC. Become a part of IIC, and help tell the world to GET GIVINGsm!

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