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The RedBar Charitable Fund

The RedBar Charitable Fund

One of RedBar Group’s core missions as an organization is giving back to the communities where we live and work. To that end, we established the RedBar Fund, which allows anyone to make a tax-deductible donation*, from which we make grants on an annual basis. We are pleased to announce that we will begin making grants quarterly starting in Q2 2019. RedBar members and anyone else who is interested can donate to the fund by clicking here.

Since the inception of RedBar Group as an organization, we have also supported a number of local charities in NYC with both time and sponsorships. We have been Benefactor Sponsors of the Bailey House Gala & Auction every year since 2016 and will repeat our sponsorship at the 2019 Gala. Adam regularly volunteers at a local homeless shelter, and Kathleen currently serves on the Board of Directors of Bailey House and has served on the Board of the Horological Society of New York.

We also encourage our local chapters to raise funds for local charities, and our collaborations have a charitable angle, with some of the proceeds from the Oris RedBar LE going to our Fund.

Oris Divers Sixty-Five RedBar LE. Photo by Atom Moore

Oris Divers Sixty-Five RedBar LE. Photo by Atom Moore

The RedBar Fund is a collective giving fund that is administered for RedBar Group by FJC, a foundation of philanthropic funds and 501(c)(3) organization that administers charitable funds for community organizations in New York. As administrators of the Fund, RedBar Group makes charitable grants to local charities in the communities where our chapters meet. To learn more about FJC’s collective giving funds, click here.

*Please note that donations to the RedBar Fund via FJC are tax-deductible in the United States to the extent allowed by IRS regulations.

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