2016 JDRF Real Estate Games a Historic Success!


The DC real estate industry came together yesterday to raise a record-breaking $520,000 for T1D research at the 27th annual JDRF Real Estate Games, surpassing our goal and breaking last year’s record by more than $60,000.

The Games raised a record breaking $520,000 under the leadership of Honorary Chair, Jill Goubeaux, The JBG Companies, and Co-Chairs: Sarah Dreyer, Vornado / Charles E. Smith & Manny Egoegonwa, Bozzuto Development Company.

Over 2,400 participants from 115 companies participated in events such as Track, Basketball, Pairs Sack Race, Obstacle Course, the highlight of the day Tug of War & many, many more events.

CONGRATULATIONS to our Top Three Winners!

1st: Clark Construction
2nd: CBRE, Inc.
3rd: Turner Construction Company

Please click here for the 2016 results!

Thank you to the Real Estate Community for another fantastic day benefiting JDRF!

Please contact us to learn more information on how you can become involved in the games.

History of the JDRF Real Estate Games

JDRF Real Estate Games Founder, Adam Singer

Adam Singer (pictured above), and Rick Kimball founded the JDRF Real Estate Games in 1989 and hosted the first annual event on July 20, 1990 at Gonzaga College High School. The ’90 Games gained support from 23 real estate brokerage and development firms, 200 participants and 38 volunteers to raise $28,000 for type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. 26 years later, the event has grown exponentially with the support of over 115 companies, 2,000 participants and 200 volunteers raising more than $400,000 annually. The JDRF Real Estate Games has raised over $6 million for T1D research.