Agent with Heart™ Program Kicks Off Season of Giving with Generous Agent-Driven Donations

Las Vegas, NV  (December 6th, 2019) – Agent with Heart™, the program that connects real estate agents with local clients and nonprofits, announced today that the donations continue, with the help of their esteemed real estate professionals each making donations on behalf of their clients to the nonprofits of their clients’ choice.

Dana Roberts of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Irvine, CA has made a very generous donation to Children’s Hospital of Orange County on behalf of her client, Biddut Dey.

Quinlan Realty in Creve Coeur, MO has generously made 12 donations as a brokerage through the Broker with Heart™ program. Read more about their donations and generosity here.

“As we launch into the holiday season and the season of giving, we are even more grateful than ever to be partnered with such incredible agents like Dana and the agents at Quinlan Realty,” says Mr. John Giaimo, Agent with Heart™ founder. “Agents like them make it possible for our program to assist nonprofits nationwide with much-needed funding so that they can go forward with continuing the good work they do within their communities.”

“I’d like to thank Dana and Quinlan Realty for their continuous generosity, and for choosing our program to be their partner in facilitating their goodwill across their communities. We are grateful for their dedication to giving and appreciate their generous spirit during this time of year and always,” concludes Mr. Giaimo.  

About the Agent with Heart Program: Through the Agent with Heart program, real estate agents agree to donate a percentage or fixed dollar amount of their commission from a home sale or purchase to the nonprofit of their client’s choice after closing. This provides needed revenue for the nonprofit and makes a real difference in their community. For more information, please visit

To contact Dana Roberts, please call 949-433-6694 or visit

To contact Quinlan Realty, please call 314-401-9286 or visit