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Community Engagement

Curry Real Estate Services invests continually to make a difference in it’s communities and has since its founding in 1924. While individual Curry team members and groups involve themselves in multiple causes throughout the area, the company recently has committed its efforts to the following organizations or events:


There is a standing volunteer opportunity that associates of Curry Real Estate Services have signed up for more than once.

House of Hope and long-time Curry tenant Hillsong Kansas City (formerly The Cause Church)  have worked with Go Fresh Produce and the United States Department of Agriculture to bring local families in need fresh, healthy food in the USDA Farmers to Families Box program.

Some time ago the group passed the 1.5 million mark in meals given to local school districts through @kcpublicschools, @helpkckids, as well as dozens of other organizations, faith institutions and thousands of families in need.

The curbside pickup occurs Fridays at House of Hope, 21 Design Drive in North Kansas City, Missouri, 64116. Anyone unable to attend these Family Fridays or who needs groceries prior to the Friday distribution is encouraged to text “Grocery” to 816.408.3384.

During Family Fridays, Curry associates have joined other volunteers in loading cars with boxes that contain vegetables, dairy, protein and a gallon of milk.

There are other opportunities to help. House of Hope accepts food and clothing donations as well as essential hygiene items such as antibacterial wipes, deodorant, feminine products, hand sanitizer, shampoo and conditioner, soap or body wash. The organization also welcomes baby products like baby wipes, diapers and pull ups, formula and Johnson & Johnson baby soap. Those wanting to contribute these items can do so Tuesday through Friday, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the 21 Design Drive location in North Kansas City.

The volunteer time is Fridays from 12:15 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. You can go to this link if you would like to sign up.


Employees from Curry Real Estate Services,  a full-service commercial real estate broker and property management company,  recently donated their time and resources  to  prepare, landscape and completely makeover  the outdoor space for spring at SafeHaven, Synergy Services’ domestic violence shelter.

More than 35 Curry employees traded in their suits and briefcases for shovels and power tools as they spent their work day on tasks ranging from outdoor maintenance to yard beautification enhancement projects. Employees removed dead trees and debris from the property, mulched, planted flowers, weeded the garden,  fixed fences, painted a fire lane and moved in new patio tables, chairs and benches for shelter guests. The result of nearly 100 hours of combined donated time was a completely overhauled outdoor space.

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