The RealTracs Rising Hope Disaster Relief Fund was established to assist REALTORS®, employees of REALTOR® associations, and such person’s immediate family with housing-related needs resulting from disasters; and, for other charitable purposes permitted under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code.
Through the graciousness and generosity of businesses, organizations, and individuals throughout our community and beyond, our aim is to assist those who have not only sustained damage to their home, but suffered an additional unforeseen hit to their livelihoods as well.
The release of grant money is based upon an application process that is reviewed and approved by a committee created by the RealTracs Rising Hope Disaster Relief Fund and grants will be given based upon the level of need and availability of funds.
If you, or someone you know has been affected by a disaster, we encourage you to download and complete the Application for Relief Funds by clicking “Download Application” to the right of the page. The process is simple and should only take a few minutes to complete.
Disaster relief needs are not seasonal.
Unfortunately the disaster relief needs of the communities where we live and work are never ending. In recent years, Middle Tennessee has been affected by not only floods but numerous tornados and storm related damage as well. While they may not attract the same national headlines and attention, they are no less financially crippling, and can leave a family feeling hopeless.
This is where you can help.
Donations made to the RealTracs Rising Hope Disaster Relief Fund are tax-deductible and accepted on an ongoing basis. Contributions to the fund can be made online through Pay-Pal’s secure checkout system.
Checks can also be mailed to:
c/o Rising Hope Disaster Relief Fund
301 Seven Springs Way Suite 200
Brentwood, TN 37027
We thank you for your support. Your willingness to help not only assists families financially, but also reinforces hope in the spirit that makes us proud to live in Middle Tennessee.
Rising Hope Disaster Relief Fund