We value the communities we serve. We believe that what we do makes a real difference. The SharedValues program starts with our committment to donate a portion of our revenue to charitable organizations that share our values. It’s more than that, because it’s about empowering our entire organization to participate in those worthwhile causes that we all value.
From our founding, we were driven with the goals of leaving a real legacy on our industry. We knew our success could only be built on a culture of innovation and empowerment. That’s why we’ve developed our SharedValues program to ensure that we value the importance of charity throughout
Community at Our Core
We believe that participating in community charities can be very rewarding, which is why we encourage all our associates to participate in local causes. That’s why we provide every employee special paid time off for the opportunity to participate in local causes that are important to them.
Supporting Our Values
As part of our SharedValues program, Clarocity is dedicating a equal portions of its revenue to Credit Unions for Kids, Habitat for Humanity, and PenFed Foundation Military Heroes Program.
We are pleased that with every real estate valuation we provide, we’re supporting the communities we serve.
Credit Unions For Kids® is The Most Comprehensive Fundraising Vehicle For Members Of The Credit Union Movement, Benefitting Our Industry’s Charity Of Choice, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals®. To learn more, visit cu4kids.org.
Driven by the vision that everyone needs a decent place to live, Habitat for Humanity began in 1976 as a grassroots effort on a community farm in southern Georgia. Families and individuals in need of a hand up partner with Habitat for Humanity to build or improve a place they can call home. Through shelter, we empower. To learn more, visit habitat.org.
The Military Heroes Fund provides wounded veterans, military families, and caregivers with financial assistance and support that the Veterans Administration cannot offer due to budgetary and regulatory restrictions. To learn more visit, pentagonfoundation.org.