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Support the CT REALTORS® Foundation by Purchasing Gift Cards through


Introducing RaiseRight, a gift card fundraising service where you can purchase gift cards from nearly 600 different brands and support the CT REALTORS® Foundation at the same time – every gift card purchased results in a donation made to the Foundation at no cost to you* (gift card is FULL purchase value). There is no fee to join or minimum purchasing required.


Retail, grocery, gas, home improvement, travel, dining out and everything in between – why not make EVERY purchase for a good cause? Check out the complete list of brands available.


Stock up on cards and use them for your everyday shopping/spending year-round or for gift giving for the holidays, birthdays and special occasions…and feel good about helping a worthy cause at the same time!


Create your free RaiseRight account in minutes (it’s simple!)

Click the "Get Started" button OR scan the QR code OR follow the instructions to join our program.


If you have trouble with the button or the QR code, please use these instructions: 

  • Go to

  • Select “Join an Existing Program”

  • Use Enrollment Code: 5E8D6F718L9L2 (CT Association of REALTORS® Foundation)

  • Fill Out Requested Info to Join/Set Up Your Account

Get started today and put your purchasing power to work for a good cause!

Download the RaiseRight app to easily place orders:
Get it on GooglePlay
Download on the Apple App Store
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*  Purchaser pays CC processing fees. There is no additional cost for eGift Cards. There are small shipping and handling fees for physical gift cards to be mailed. Only the rebate earned for the CT Association of REALTORS® Foundation is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law, not the value of the gift card(s) purchased.  Please consult your tax advisor for further information.

For trouble downloading or managing the RaiserRight app or website, please contact their customer support. For questions about the CT REALTORS® Care fundraising efforts, please contact Beth Mecteau.

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