Raleigh, NC, April 09, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Kyle Corkum, president of Landquest, has announced the release of a podcast addressing Flying Fish Project, a nonprofit run by Landquest employees, families and friends. Flying Fish Project provides resources to organizations that serve the needy in the Caribbean and has recently partnered with Eleanor Workman, known to most as “Mother,” to provide resources for orphan children at Christian Haitian Outreach in Jeremy and Port-au-Prince, Haiti. In the podcast, Corkum discusses the efforts of Flying Fish Project and provides details about how the Triangle community can help. The podcast is available to download at
“Flying Fish Project has been an incredible way for our Landquest employees, families and friends to work together for a wonderful cause,” said Corkum. “As we move forward with our efforts for Christian Haitian Outreach, this podcast will inform listeners about how to get involved to make a difference in the lives of these deserving children.”
About Flying Fish Project:
Flying Fish Project is a nonprofit charity or 501(c)(3) run by Landquest employees, families and friends. The mission is to provide resources to organizations that serve the needy in the Caribbean. Through the efforts of its volunteer representatives, the project procures essential goods from the abundant resources available in America. These resources are then sent directly to governmental and non-governmental groups dedicated to serving children, the disabled and the disadvantaged. Over the past five years, the project has delivered more than 5 tons of much-needed supplies. Flying Fish Project collects monetary and material donations such as diapers, food, clothing, toys, books, medical supplies and tools to be distributed among the needy in the Caribbean. For more information, please visit http://www.flyingfishproject.com.
Landquest specializes in residential development including the acquisition, design, permitting and construction of communities on the East Coast. Previously based in Branford, Conn., the company relocated to Raleigh, N.C. in 2005. Landquest has active projects from New Hampshire to South Carolina. Committed to creative and innovative land planning, the firm concentrates on esthetics and high design standards that are sensitive to the land and environment. Often this results in a lower yield, but a more marketable and desirable community to live in. For more information, visit http://www.landquestdevelopment.com.
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