At Century 21 Sweyer & Associates, everyone is family; and as family, your concerns are our concerns! Every year, we contribute time, money, sweat, tears, and love toward organizations throughout southeastern North Carolina, including housing, health, and hunger aid. Keep an eye out for our annual fundraisers and open house contributions!
Habitat for Humanity – Being in the real estate world, we love Habitat for Humanity and what it does for the community…bringing people together across all walks of life for home construction, neighborhood revitalization, and disaster housing response.
Easter Seals – Our company has walked hand-in-hand with Easter Seals for many years offering services and advocacy for children and individuals with disabilities.
Coastal Duck Derby – This annual fundraiser is a fun one as sponsored rubber duckies race down waterslides all for a great cause!! The Coastal Duck Derby supports the Open House Youth Shelter, a 24-hour facility for at-risk youth in the Wilmington area with additional counseling services at no cost to families in need.
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society – We support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society that is dedicated to curing leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease, and myeloma through screening and research.
American Heart Association – This foundation is close to our heart and it is the nation’s largest and oldest voluntary organization that strives to reduce heart disease and stroke by providing health care education.
American Diabetic Association – Century 21 Sweyer stands behind the American Diabetic Association, a non-profit organization that manages community, research, advocacy and good health practices for those living with diabetes.
American Cancer Society – Another great health organization of community volunteers dedicated to defeating cancer that affects so many in our society.
Toys for Tots – This organization warms our heart when we see the smiles on children’s faces as they experience the joy of the holidays. Toys for Tots collects new unwrapped toys through October, November and December for less fortunate children.