CA Realty Training joyfully gives to charities in and around the community! We are able to do so because of the generous support of our students, staff and administration. Since founding the company in 2013, we have generously aided these foundations that have been close to our hearts.
The Genesis Dream Foundation is a nonprofit organization based in Southern California. The foundation raises awareness and funds to support neglected children in Tijuana, Mexico. Tijuana, which is less than 20 miles south of downtown San Diego, California, is home to a shockingly large number of orphaned and homeless children. These children are at a risk for violence and exploitation. Even the children who are in orphanages, are typically underserved due to insufficient funds and resources. Chase Milner, the CEO of CA Realty Training, has spent a great deal of time working closely with the organization and visiting local orphanages in Tijuana. He believes in the vision of The Genesis Dream Foundation, to build and support local orphanages throughout the Tijuana community. He is thankful for the support of CA Realty Training and the immense impact our community is making.
The Bessie & David Pregerson Child Development Center is a state licensed, year-round, full day preschool program emphasizing state-of-the-art early childhood development practice and instruction. Special attention is paid to helping non-English speaking children acquire new language skills. The Center provides day care facilities for 70 children aged 15 months to 5 years and is free for residents of The Westwood Transitional Village. The majority of the children in attendance are also residents of The Westwood Transitional Village, however, toddlers and preschoolers from the local community may also enroll, provided space is available.
The focus of the Center is to prepare the children for successful entry into kindergarten and ongoing achievement in later school years. Their childcare staff provides an excellent curriculum designed to meet the individual, physical, social, emotional, cognitive and linguistic needs of each child while enhancing self-esteem, life skills and the ability to recapture the joys of play.
Westwood Transitional Village: The Westwood Transitional Village is a 40-unit residential housing facility that provides support services for homeless families. Families can spend up to two years at the Westwood Transitional Village, while they stabilize and acquire the skills needed for independent living. Approximately 150 individuals live in the Village at a time; with families of veterans making up forty percent of the residential population, and children accounting for two thirds of the total population. Carolee Rico, the Chief Operating Officer of CA Realty Training, has worked closely with the Bessie Pregerson Child Development Center and Westwood Transitional Village. She believes in their work to help families, who live in shelters, become stable members of the community.
Founded in 1908, by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, Saint Annes was focused on providing a quality education option for the, then largely migrant farm-workers in the community. Saint Anne School maintains its commitment to founding Sisters’ policy of exercising a preferential option for the poor. While proud of its rich Latino heritage, SAS is a community welcoming people of all backgrounds. Migrant farmer-workers from Mexico worked side by side with those from Oklahoma and the Southern states as their children studied together in the school. Saint Anne School’s nurturing family environment and strong sense of community is evident by the many second, third, and even fourth generation families who entrust Saint Anne School to deliver a quality education to their children.
Robert Rico, the Chief Executive Director of CA Realty Training, has a very special connection with Saint Annes Elementary School. His grandmother was one of the very first students that attended Saint Annes when it opened in 1908. He is honored to be able to support such an amazing school with such a deep history of supporting the community.
City of Hope is transforming the future of health. Every day the City of Hope is turning science into practical benefits. They turn hope into reality. They’ve been able to accomplish this through exquisite care, innovative research and vital education focused on eliminating cancer and diabetes.
Robert and Carolee Rico are great supporters of the City of Hope. Carolee’s brother was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in his thirty’s and through the dedicated work of the City of Hope his life expectancy has been extended.
As CA Realty Training continues to grow, through the support of our administration, staff, teachers and most importantly, students, we will also continue to support these local charities. Their mission and dedication to serve others, stands as an inspiration to CA Realty Training to empower the future leaders of the real estate industry .
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