"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give."

- Winston Churchill

Few professionals understand the meaning of community more than a REALTOR®.  The real estate community is broad.  It includes your fellow REALTORS®, affiliated business professionals, your clients and the larger community in which we all live. As your local REALTOR® Association, GAAR is here to help you better connect with your community. 

Making Connections

REALTORS® make an impact in the communities they work in. Below are some ways GAAR members can get involved in the community.

  • Volunteer for a GAAR or SWMLS committee.
  • Join affiliated groups of the larger real estate community.
  • Network with other professionals.
  • Advocate for the real estate industry, homeownership and private property rights.
  • Donate your time, money or gifts to a local charity.

Charitible Outreach

Below are links our local Signature and Good Neighbor Charities.

The REALTORĀ® Fund of the Greater Albuquerque Association of REALTORSĀ®The REALTOR® Fund

The REALTOR® Fund of GAAR provides a permanently sustainable fund to aid in creating adequate housing, building functioning cities, developing productive industries and preserving a healthful environment in Bernalillo, Valencia, Sandoval, and Torrance Counties.

GAAR Special EventsSpecial Events

Special fundraising events – like our Awards Gala, golf Tournament, Bowl-a-Thon and more –  are fun and effective ways GAAR members give back to the community.

Make a Difference DayMake a Difference Day

Every year, GAAR REALTORS® and Affiliates volunteer with others from across the country will unite for Make A Difference Day, one of the largest annual single-days of service nationwide.

Good Neighbor AwardsGood Neighbor Awards

Good Neighbors  are REALTORS® and Affiliates that dedicate themselves to volunteer service. They donate gifts, money, and – most importantly –  a lot of time to their charity.

RANM Benevolent Fund

RANM Benevolent Fund

REALTORS® helping REALTORS® – Providing assistance for the RANM family when they encounter financial hardships beyond their control.