“Thanks to the opening of our new facility, we are now able to provide services for an additional 40 at-risk children in our community.” said Angie Stringer. “There is a thirty million word discrepancy between lower income children and their more affluent peers. This donation will go towards the programs that work to assists our clients in overcoming that deficit.”
Barbara Thompson added, “I am so impressed with the new facility and glad that we are able to participate with Generous Property in supporting programs like Children First. Donations from local business partners are essential to help provide services to those in need in Sarasota County.”
“Thanks to our clients who recently purchased their new home in Southbay, we are able to give back to local organizations like Children First.” said Joyce Sacco. “We are glad to partner with Children First; their dedication and selflessness gives us great joy in knowing that people in our own community benefit from our transactions.”
To make a donation or to find out how to volunteer your time at Children First, please visit them on their web site at www.ChildrenFirst.net.If you are in the market to buy or sell Sarasota area real estate and would like to “Make Your Property a Generous Property”, visit www.GenerousProperty.com and to your real estate legal need visit Riddell Law Group at www.rlglawfirm.com
About Generous Property:
Our Mission is to provide professional “client – focused” real estate services through open and honest communications, market research and technological support, giving our clients the information necessary to make an educated decision regarding their real estate needs. By contributing a portion of each transaction to local charities and services, Generous Property will positively affect the lives of others, and in the process help to make Sarasota County a great place to live.