Coro CARES prepares and serves lunch at MUST Ministries

Coro CARES volunteers prepare and serve lunch at The Loaves & Fishes Kitchen to residents of the MUST Ministries Elizabeth Inn, as well as anyone in the community in need of a meal.   

MUST Ministries provided nearly 100,000 meals to neighbors in need last year, by serving 3 meals a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.  Each meal is provided by volunteers.  To learn more about MUST Ministries, visit :

Coro CARES works with ACFB on the Food Bank Community Garden

Coro CARES volunteers get their hands dirty at the Atlanta Community Food Bank Community Garden.  Members of Coro worked preparing soil for planting, planting seeds, and weeding. 

The Community Gardens project offers assistance to over 100 gardens in the metro-Atlanta area, growing healthy food to nourish communities.  The benefits of the Community Gardens are endless, creating social interaction, enhancing communities, and producing nourishment while reducing food budgets.  To learn more about The Food Bank’s Community Gardens, visit


Coro CARES volunteers at the Atlanta Community Food Bank

Coro CARES volunteers at the Atlanta Community Food Bank sorting and packing food and grocery items for those in need. Together they packed over 11,000 pounds of items to be distributed to low-income Georgians who suffer from hunger and food insecurity.

The mission of the Atlanta Community Food Bank is to fight hunger by engaging, educating and empowering our community. From supporting community gardens to assisting people in finding economic security, the Food Bank covers a wide range of opportunities for people to learn and get involved. To learn more about the Atlanta Community Food Bank, visit


Coro CARES teams with Open Hand Atlanta to package meals

Coro CARES teamed up with Open Hand Atlanta for the second year in a row to prepare and package meals. Together they packed 1,779 meals to be delivered to those who cannot afford proper nutrition.

Open Hand helps people prevent or better manage chronic disease by providing home-delivered meals and nutrition education to those in need. To learn more about Open Hand Atlanta, visit

Coro CARES spends time clearing and cleaning at Chattahoochee Nature Center

Coro CARES helped with clearing and cleaning at Chattahoochee Nature Center for their 2016 Fall Volunteering Event.

Chattahoochee Nature Center is a is a non-profit environmental education facility in Roswell, GA. The Mission of the Chattahoochee Nature Center is to connect people with nature.

For more information on this organization please visit:

Coro CARES Reflects on 2015 and Prepares for a Great 2016

As Coro CARES gears up for another great year, we reflect on the fun we had giving back in 2015. Thank you to all who helped us in our efforts to give back to the community by contributing time, money, food and so much more.

Coro CARES 2015 Events:
• United Way – 2015 United Way Shoebox Project
• 3rd Battalion -Kilo Company - Powerbars for the Marines
• The Kyle Pease Foundation
• Atlanta Ronald McDonald House - Reverse Trick-or-Treat
• Atlanta Motorcycle Club Food Bank - Thanksgiving Food Drive, Reverse Trick-or-Treat, Angel Tree and Holiday Food and Toy Drive

Stay tuned to see what Coro CARES has planned for 2016!

Coro CARES sends protein bars to Marines

Coro CARES helped 3rd Battalion - Kilo Company - Platoon 3073 CRUSH the CRUCIBLE by sending hundreds of protein bars to keep them powered up during the difficult challenge. What is the Crucible? It is a 54 hour, 40 mile challenge that must be completed with only 8 hours of sleep total. This challenge must be completed for them to become Marines. Protein bars are the perfect ready to eat meal because they are light weight yet can help sustain the Marine for long periods of time. Coro CARES saw this as a great opportunity to help and collected hundreds of protein bars to aid in their effort to CRUSH the CRUCIBLE.

Coro CARES delivers candy care packages to the Ronald McDonald House and AMC Food Bank

Coro CARES delivered candy filled care packages to the Ronald McDonald House and the AMC Food Bank. Treat bags were filled with candy favorites and delivered to two charitable organizations with hopes to bring smiles to those in need.

Coro CARES supports 2015 United Way Shoebox Project

Coro helped celebrate Shoebox Project’s 10th Anniversary by helping more homeless women and children than ever! It’s the 10th Anniversary of United Way’s Shoebox Project. In 2006, United Way collected 1,500 shoeboxes for homeless women and children. In just nine years, the initiative has seen huge success with more than 44,000 shoeboxes collected and distributed to homeless women and children across Greater Atlanta in 2014. Coro wrapped and filled shoeboxes with items like shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, brushes, raincoats, sunscreen, band-aids, and much much more.

Coro CARES and Meals on Wheels Atlanta Assist Seniors

Coro CARES and Meals on Wheels Atlanta Home Repair Services (HRS) teamed up to change the lives of deserving Seniors whose homes needed a little LOVE. The Goal? To keep the Senior safe, ensure their home is accessible and allow them to remain in it for as long as possible. It was a great day in the Home Repair Department!! Two of our senior home owners got home repairs that would not be possible without the Coro Cares Team!! Thanks to Coro Realty Advisors and some of their contractors that also donated their time! Live Oak Landscape Services, Black Diamond Coating and Power Source Electric.

The Holcomb Bridge Hustle 5K 2013

Coro CARES partnered with The Kyle Pease Foundation and joined in to participate in the Holcombe Bridge Hustle 5K to benefit Holcombe Bridge Middle School. It was a pretty cold day, but the atmosphere was so upbeat that no one was really complaining about the cold. Coro CARES raced along side a Kyle Pease Foundation athlete and placed 3rd in the Assisted Athlete Division! Way to go Kyle Pease Foundation and Coro CARES.

The Kyle Pease Foundation

Coro is introducing a new fundraising and community outreach program called Coro CARES.

Coro CARES (Community, Action, Rewarding, Enduring, Service) is an annual charitable fundraising and team building effort that strives to enhance the quality of life in our community through financial support, community service and partnerships with local non-profit organizations.  For 2013, Coro CARES will be partnering with The Kyle Pease Foundation (“KPF”)

KPF’s mission is to create awareness and raise funds for people with disabilities, by providing assistance to meet their individual needs through sports.  Since its inception, KPF has supported more than 25 athletes in over a dozen races.  Unlike other sports in which people with disabilities participate in “special” events separate from non-disabled athletes, KPF’s athletes do not run in a separate race.  They are on the same start line and must face the same challenges on the course as everyone else.

Coro CARES’ goal is to raise money to purchase much-needed equipment that will enable KPF to expand the number of athletes that it can support in future races.  Coro’s partners and staff will sponsor, volunteer and run along with the KPF athletes in the 2013 Holcomb Hustle 5K on November 9, 2013.  We welcome your support and participation in the event.  Should you wish to volunteer your time, please contact Evan Reiss at 404-846-4038 or at  In addition, we ask for your financial support of our partnership with KPF.  The highlights of this partnership are as follows:



KPF is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization.  As a result, all donations are tax deductible. 

We are asking for donations to KPF to help us reach our goal of raising $12,000 for KPF.  Checks can be made payable to “The Kyle Pease Foundation” and sent to Teresa Pastore, Coro Realty Advisors, LLC, 3715 Northside Pkwy, Bldg 400, Suite 100, Atlanta GA 30327.

Coro Realty will match every dollar contributed up to our goal.

Any contribution, big or small, would be appreciated.  For those wishing to sponsor Coro CARES, below please find suggested contributions:

Benefactor $500

Benefactor’s name will be posted on the Coro water tables along the race course, worn on the shirts of Coro’s staff participating in the event and placed as “Benefactor” on Coro’s media related to the event.

Partner $250

Partner’s name will be posted on the Coro water tables along the race course and on the shirts of Coro’s staff participating in the event.

We hope to see you at the 2013 Holcomb Hustle, and thank you for your support.