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CENTURY 21 Brand Ambassador


Dear CENTURY 21® Brand Ambassador,

In 1907, Ohio-Businessman Edgar Allen lost his son in a streetcar accident. The lack of adequate medical services available to save his son prompted Allen to sell his business and begin and fund-raising campaign to build a hospital in his hometown of Elyria, Ohio. Through this new hospital, Allen was surprised to learn that children with disabilities were often hidden from public view. Inspired by this discovery, Allen founded what became Easterseals in 1919, the first organization of its kind.

Easterseals has grown to serve over one million children and adults with disabilities and their families each year, to address life's challenges and achieve personal goals through a variety of programs and facilities nationwide. And today, Allen's words still inspire generations of supporters and volunteers - "Your life and mine shall be valued not by what we take ... but by what we give."

The CENTURY 21® System started to work with Easterseals in 1979. Since then, independent brokers and agents have held countless fundraising campaigns to make a difference in their local communities, and to raise millions of dollars in contributions for Easterseals. One of the simplest, most impactful ways to get involved is through your local Easterseals affiliate, Easterseals Colorado, CENTURY 21® Closing for Kids program.

The CENTURY 21® Closing for Kids program is an easy, yet powerful way to share your success with others in your local community who need your help most. All you need to do is choose to have a $21 contribution deducted from each of your commission transactions and donated back to Easterseals Colorado to support youth services. Plus, you can share your good deed with your customers. The CENTURY 21® Closing for Kids program is a great way to deliver a win-win for you, your local community and Easterseals Colorado.

Questions? Please contact Sharon Kay Brown, Easterseals Colorado's Vice President of Development, at

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