Updated: Mar 7
Among the many health professionals and philanthropists rushing to the frontlines amid the tragic humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, real estate agents have risen to be an unlikely, yet crucial, source of relief. When the town of Dnipro was bombed in January, for instance, agents working with the Ukraine TrustChain (UTC) were instrumental in placing hundreds of displaced people within days.
Agents with the organization have since spread their work across the country, utilizing their expertise to repair homes and schools damaged as a result of the war.
To help in these efforts, Ukrainian women's rights organization Project Kesher has partnered with Brown Harris Stevens to raise funds supporting the work of real estate agents with the UTC. Every dollar donated will be used directly for their activism.
"As a longtime supporter of Project Kesher, I am deeply grateful the organization is recognizing, and supporting, the noble relief efforts being made by Ukrainian real estate agents during this difficult time." — Cécile Caer, Brown Harris Stevens Agent