BY PHILLIP MOLNAR ; &
Season Of Giving! Help us raise $60,000 for local charities…
Dated: January 25 2021
Season of Giving campaign…
2020 has been an unprecedented year of adversity for us all. Our hearts go out to our friends and neighbors, and to the many local charities that are facing extra challenges serving their communities. Let’s see what we can do to help!
In the past Shea Realty has enjoyed sharing the holidays with our community at our annual Client Appreciation Party. This year, in lieu of our party, we are committing to grant up to $30,000 in matching funds to support these fantastic community groups in honor of our fantastic clients
That’s $30,000 in Matching Gifts
Shea Realty Group will match donations up to $5,000 to each of these amazing organizations. That’s a possible $30,000 in matched funds, and with your support a total of up to $60,000!
Let’s support a homeless family needing shelter, provide resources for a family navigating Alzheimer’s, lessen the burden on the family of a hospitalized child, help a person with disabilities learn new skills through horseback riding, help our neighbors who are fighting to overcome Leukemia (as I did), or grant a fantasy wish to an ill child.
We hope you will consider giving what you can to support our community and help us REACH OUR GOAL! Click on the links above to make a contribution and we will match your gift dollar for dollar up to $30,000 to our favorite organizations. Let’s do something amazing to close out this challenging year!
Wishing you a safe and happy holiday season!
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