Every month Dani Blain Real Estate gives back to the community. We feel strongly that creating a community of unity and connection starts with blessing others as we are blessed. This month our giving is growing in a new direction toward local land conservation and for the immediate relief of those affected by the Creek Fire.
Our community is part its people and part its natural resources. The Central Valley is home to wonderful people who steward the land and help it grow our food and fiber and also nurture our natural places where we find respite among the rivers, trails and trees. El Rio Reyes Conservation Trust, a local non-profit land trust based in Reedley (Fresno County), works with landowners to protect these vital lands and resources that are an integral part of the fabric of our community. Their mission is to safeguard the Kings River and its lands for future generations. This month during their annual fundraising event they will be donating funds to support the Creek Fire that’s devastating our mountain forest lands, ranch lands, and burning our neighbors homes.
During the entire month of October, El Rio Reyes is hosting their annual Bob Frisch Memorial Ride & Walk ‘virtually’ and everyone can join in to help them reach their fundraising goal of $10,000. It’s easy – find them on Facebook and plan to get out with your family and friends on a trail, through an orchard, or along the river – on foot, horseback, or floating and donate to them for every mile you go! Your gift amount is your choice – so track your miles or not, but please post about it on their page and encourage more people to get out and enjoy what El Rio Reyes ensures we can all enjoy now and for future generations – local food from local farms and healthy, thriving lands.
We hope you will join us this month in supporting El Rio Reyes Conservation Trust and their mission to ensure local landowners stay on the land managing it for our benefit and to help those affected by the Creek Fire – animals and people alike.
To donate with us, visit: DONATE NOW
To learn more about El Rio Reyes, visit: their Website