Family Creates Fund to Show Gratitude to Danville Community

September 24, 2021

Community Giving Foundation: Danville is pleased to announce the Timothy and Kristen Karr Fund, a new donor advised fund created earlier this year to benefit the Danville community.

Tim and Kristen Karr, CEO and Office Manager of Villager Realty respectively, are long-time residents of Danville. With a Villager corporate and lifestyle philosophy of being heroes to the community, clients, and coworkers, the couple has built a giving spirit into their company and day-to-day life. As recent national events allowed for time to re-evaluate and appreciate the comforts and blessings the area provides, the Karrs felt now was the time to support their community through the philanthropic efforts of the Foundation. Additionally, they established their fund to honor the genuine community spirit of long-time Villager agent and sales manager Bonnie Trump, who serves as the current Community Giving Foundation: Danville board chair.

“Through community support, Danville’s Villager Realty office has seen great success in our 40 years on Mill Street. We felt now was the time to establish a giving fund that will perpetuate the gratitude we feel for our community and our belief in the power of charitable giving,” explain the Karrs.

With a donor advised fund, the Karr family can recommend different grants each year to support organizations and projects they are passionate about. They plan to assist Danville residents with housing needs and support local Veterans, a cause close to the family after Tim’s five years of service with the US 11th Armored Calvary Regiment.

You can tell your own community giving story by giving to a fund at the Foundation or establishing a personal charitable legacy. It’s a wonderful way to honor a person or business or carry on the memory of someone important to you. Learn more at

Danville is an affiliate of the Community Giving Foundation, which manages over 300 charitable funds and makes grant investments throughout the region to improve the quality of life in the Central Susquehanna area.