2017-11-01 / What's Happening

Coldwell Banker raises funds to benefit homeless



Each year Coldwell Banker Premier’s team participates in the Apple Butter Festival. At this year’s festival, held on October 7 and 8, Coldwell Banker Premier’s agents and staff selected the Morgan County Homeless Coalition to be the recipient of the money they raised by selling parking spaces at their office located at 200 South Washington Street. With parking donations and donations from agents, a total of $1,225 was collected and presented directly to The Morgan County Homeless Coalition. The MCHC was established to assist the homeless population in the area. Since there are currently no permanent shelters for the homeless in Morgan County, the Coalition’s goal is to determine solutions that the community can offer to provide temporary overnight shelter sites. “I couldn’t be prouder of our team for working so hard to lend a hand to a great cause,” says Lynn Perry, Office Manager at Coldwell Banker Premier and founding member of MCHC. “We hope we are making a difference and helping others take notice of the needs in our community by taking these opportunities to give our time and funds.” Coldwell Banker Realtor Teresa Seville is shown presenting the check to Dick Voorhaar, treasurer of the MCHC. Each year Coldwell Banker Premier’s team participates in the Apple Butter Festival. At this year’s festival, held on October 7 and 8, Coldwell Banker Premier’s agents and staff selected the Morgan County Homeless Coalition to be the recipient of the money they raised by selling parking spaces at their office located at 200 South Washington Street. With parking donations and donations from agents, a total of $1,225 was collected and presented directly to The Morgan County Homeless Coalition. The MCHC was established to assist the homeless population in the area. Since there are currently no permanent shelters for the homeless in Morgan County, the Coalition’s goal is to determine solutions that the community can offer to provide temporary overnight shelter sites. “I couldn’t be prouder of our team for working so hard to lend a hand to a great cause,” says Lynn Perry, Office Manager at Coldwell Banker Premier and founding member of MCHC. “We hope we are making a difference and helping others take notice of the needs in our community by taking these opportunities to give our time and funds.” Coldwell Banker Realtor Teresa Seville is shown presenting the check to Dick Voorhaar, treasurer of the MCHC.

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