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For Sale

3550 Cranbrook Way, Concord

  • 1251 ft²
  • 4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
  • Completely remodeled
  • Stainless Steel Appliances
  • New Carpet and Flooring
  • Bathrooms remodeled
  • Large backyard for entertaining
  • Close to Freeway for easy commute

Asking $750,000

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Michelte's Grandfather

Haiti - Montrouis, Haiti
Funds Sent 2021
Supply and Multiply

On our first visit to Haiti we met a little boy at the Agape House. His name is Michelte and he (at the time) was wheelchair bound. He has since been adopted, lives in South Dakota and has continued to work hard at walking (see pictures for past and present). Supply and Multiply reached out to us recently to see if we could fund a home build for Michelte's grandfather who lives way up in the mountains of Haiti. We always feel "extra" blessed when we get to help a family member of someone we have personally met. We are honored to be able to help this man receive a safe home.


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Pending

558 Freemark Lane, Oakley

  • 1933 ft²
  • 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms
  • Fully Updated Inside & Out
  • Pool - newly resurfaced Pebble Tech
  • New Flooring - Laminate & Carpeting
  • Granite throughout
  • New Bathroom Vanities
  • New Kitchen Cabinets
  • New Appliances
  • Backyard Oasis with 2 storage sheds and a dog run
  • Security Cameras (3) & Solar
  • Hurry! This will not last!

Pending $685,000

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Pending

3017 Carey Ln, Brentwood

  • 1417 ft²
  • 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
  • Large lot 8450 sq. ft.
  • Pool
  • Desirable neighborhood
  • Open kitchen & Living Room
  • Large Backyard with Gazebo and Lawn
  • Fruit Trees

Pending $689,000

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A21

https://www.a21.org/

A21 is one of the largest organizations in the world that is solely fighting human trafficking. At a local, domestic, and international level. All over the world, we are not just responding to trafficking that is already taking place, but we are actively working on the frontlines to prevent it from happening to begin with. They employ a contextualized approach because the problem looks different everywhere we work, so does our response. They’re innovative and creative. They identify the gaps in each context and seek to fill them.

Their Reach, Rescue, and Restore programs work together to provide a comprehensive response to human trafficking. Each program has been designed to stand alone–filling critical gaps in the communities we work in without duplicating efforts. They are also committed to giving away their resources and knowledge to other groups combatting human trafficking so they all can reach a tipping point where slavery is abolished everywhere, forever. Whether it’s preventing one life from ever experiencing exploitation in the first place to walking alongside the one who has toward freedom, independence, and a better story. They are with them every step of the way.