Related Beal Presents Over $100,000 Raised for Teen Empowerment

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From left to right, the individuals include Jenna Doherty, Related Beal; Nathaniel McLean-Nichols, Center for Teen Empowerment; Abrigal Forrester, Center for Teen Empowerment; Erin Orpik, Related Beal; Mark Giampa, Related Beal; Aisha Miller, Related Beal; and Louis J. Lanzillo, Jr., UG2.

BOSTON–Boston-based real estate firm Related Beal recently presented over $100,000 to the Center for Teen Empowerment, a nonprofit organization engaging youth to build stronger and more socially just communities.

The $103,997 in funds were raised through the First Annual Related Beal Golf Tournament held at Nashawtuc Country Club in Concord, MA, where over 30 teams representing companies across the real estate industry assembled to support the organization through donations, sponsorship, and contests.

On November 9, employees of Related Beal, platinum event sponsor UG2, and Center for Teen Empowerment team members gathered at the Center’s Roxbury Headquarters for the official check presentation.

The Center for Teen Empowerment works to transform communities, create safe spaces, and invest in the power of youth and adult partnerships to tackle critical social justice issues and create positive impacts. Through group facilitation, the arts, and collaboration with community members and leaders, Teen Empowerment supports youth as they process their experiences, heal from trauma, and use their experiences as a platform to change the community for the better.

Related Beal is a fully integrated real estate firm focused on development opportunities in Boston and its surrounding areas. Related Beal leverages a national real estate platform with expertise across all asset classes and storied local experience in residential, commercial, hospitality and life sciences development, property management and investment. Related Beal has developed, and is undertaking the development of, some of the most recognized buildings in the area including The Clarendon, One Back Bay, Lovejoy Wharf, Congress Square, One Kenmore Square, The Quinn, and more.

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