Wisconsin REALTORS®  Foundation

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 The Wisconsin REALTORS® Foundation (WRF) follows five main purposes:

  • To promote technical competence and higher professional standards in the real estate industry.
  • To offer financial assistance and incentives in the form of scholarship loans, grants and awards in support of foregoing purposes and in accordance with Corporation Scholarship Policies and any applicable agreements with the scholarship donors.
  • To encourage young people to consider real estate brokerage as a professional career opportunity and to properly prepare themselves for this profession through courses of study that focus on its various facets.
  • To conduct real estate research, consistent with Corporation policies regarding research.
  • To engage in and support charitable and educational activities that are consistent with Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. 

For the past 15 years, the WRF has granted over 200 scholarships, such as the GRI Scholarship, the REALTOR® Children’s Scholarship.

"Make it Better" initiative to help children in need

The WRF's "Make it Better — Helping Wisconsin Children in Need" initiative is focused on helping children in need, and strives to provide help to children in four areas: 

  • Education.
  • Hunger
  • Homelessness/abuse.
  • Serious illness.

The WRF is committed to helping these children in the towns, villages and cities in which they live. Learn more about the initiative: click here.

Contact information

Please consider contributing today by contacting Sandy Bolgrihn

Wisconsin REALTORS® Foundation
4801 Forest Run Road
Madison, WI 53704
Phone: 608-241–2047 or 800-279–1972
Email: sandyb@wra.org

The Wisconsin REALTORS® Foundation is defined as a public charity under IRC Section 501(c) (3). As a public charity, the Wisconsin REALTORS® Foundation may accept tax deductible contributions. In order to qualify as a publicly supported organization, a third (33 1/3%) or more of the foundation’s total financial support must come from government agencies, contributions from the general public and contributions or grants from public charities.

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