The Pasadena-based real estate investment company ExchangeRight gifted $16.9 million to charity in 2020, the company announced Tuesday.
In total, the company has donated more than $41.2 million to charity, ExhangeRight said in a written statement.
One of the company’s managing partners, Joshua Ungerecht, said the company was proud to do what it could to help.
“My partners and I are honored to have been able to continue to support these and many other wonderful organizations during these tumultuous times when the aid and relief that they provide is especially needed,” he said. “Investing in these charities’ efforts reflects our passion to empower people to be secure, free, and generous, which extends beyond the investors, advisers, representatives, and team whom we serve to our communities as well.”
Causes supported by ExchangeRight include Saving Innocence, Zoe International, Union Rescue Mission, Door of Hope, International Justice Mission, Children’s Hunger Fund, Meals From the Heartland, Mentoring Alliance/Boys and Girls Clubs of East Texas, Lifeline Children’s Services, (Un)Adopted, I’m Me Orphanage Global Health Innovations and Walter Hoving Home, according to the company.