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Management Of Ocean2Ocean Development Gives Back To The Community
The management staff of Ocean2Ocean Development owned by James De La Garza and Realtor Stefanie Dunivan, SABOR member with Texas Premier Reality, donated hotel toiletries to the SAMMinistries shelter.
By: First Dominion Financial, LTD
Hotel toiletries are to be expected by guests staying in hotels of all star ratings and sizes around the world. Indeed, the experience of staying in a hotel would not be complete without using hotel toiletries. The San Antonio Super 8 hotel located at 723 Hot Wells under the management of Ocean2Ocean Development is no exception. “We just decided that rather than throw out all the unused toiletries, we could be donating them to people in need” stated James De La Garza, owner of Ocean2Ocean Development. The San Antonio Super 8 hotel located at 723 Hot Wells is doing its part to help people in transition in our city.
SAMMinistries is an interfaith ministry whose mission is to help the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless attain self-sufficiency by offering, with dignity and compassion, shelter, housing, and services. SAMMinistries also provides volunteers opportunities to be renewed and fulfilled as they serve. In fact SAMMinistries is about overcoming homelessness. Some of the programs SAMMinistries offer are; the homeless prevention program, after school kare program (ask), parent nurturing program, play therapy program, teen program and securing a friendly environment program. Their address is 910 West Commerce and you can find information on their programs at http://samm.org.
Super 8 hotel and Ocean2Ocean Development through its CEO, James De La Garza and Realtor Stefanie Dunivan, SABOR member with Texas Premier Reality, are proud to be a part of helping the SAMMinistries and the city of San Antonio. “Over $1,000 in donations has been given to the shelter to date and we plan to donate these unused toiletries on a quarterly basis” says Stefanie Dunivan.
If you are interested in donating items, some of the non-profit organizations that may accept toiletry items for people in need are local places of worship, homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters and half-way homes. These organizations give travel-sized and full-sized toiletries to people for use in the facilities, as well as part of care packages that may also include laundry soap and hair accessories. Acceptable toiletries include bottles of shampoo, conditioner, lotions, unused razors and makeup or bars of soap.
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Ocean2Ocean acquires distressed commercial income producing properties direct from lenders, rehabs the properties, brings them to code and increases their marketability. This in turn increases their revenue stream and value for either leasing or resell.