As a corporate partner with AIREE, you are supporting a community of African American Independent Real Estate Professionals, who over the years, have been overlooked in the real estate industry as vital contributors in position to uplift, serve, and independently support their own communities.
Your support, time, and investment will help individuals and businesses play a pivotal role in the efforts to help end the wealth-gap and historic economic inequalities that have plagued African Americans for hundreds of years, through the redlining of employment, housing, lending, financing, education, and business opportunities.
Ways Our Corporate Partners Can Help
Commit to invest 1.3% or greater of your net income, over a period of 10 years to multiple AIREE programs as well as other organizations.
Volunteer as a Business Mentor to help educate our members that are business owners or in the process of opening their own office.
Offer Paid Internships for AIREE members to learn new skills and techniques that can thrust their employment careers to new heights.
Develop a Diversity Team (Develop a team of African American leaders within the organization that can recognize and immediately addresses the issues of system racism and toxic work environments within the company), and work with our consulting team to help your organization established a program to educate and address the issues within.
Hire an AIREE Consultant to help train your Diversity Team. *Fee service. Call for more information.
Create additional grant and sponsorship programs within your organization to help tackle the issues of housing, employment, education, access to technology, healthcare, and finances within African American communities within your own city, and work with African American owned organizations to help solve the problem.
Call a AIREE representative today to get started!
"It is a peculiar sensation, this double-consciousness, this sense of always looking at one's self through the eyes of others, of measuring one's soul by the tape of a world that looks on in amused contempt and pity."
- W. E. B. Du Bois