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Grroup of SIOR Foundation trustees SIOR Foubndation Bill Ginder (standing, center) and some of the 33 other foundation trustees who participated in this year’s phonathon.

WASHINGTON, DC—The SIOR Foundation’s annual phonathon campaign topped its fundraising goal to post the best results in a decade, says president Bill Ginder. The total of nearly $230,000 for the November campaign came from more than 820 donors, with 33 SIOR Foundation trustees making both onsite and offsite calls.

The nonprofit SIOR Foundation promotes and funds programs that advance the real estate profession through educational scholarships, sponsorship of guest lecturers and speakers, as well as critical research projects. It supports students enrolled in college undergraduate and graduate real estate studies.

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