Sarasota, FL, February 01, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The Sarasota real estate market has brought some additional positive news to Children First, a private charitable, non-profit organization on Orange Ave. in Sarasota. Thanks to a recent real estate transaction closed with the assistance of Attorneys John Dunham and Jonathan Whitney of Lutz, Bobo, Telfair, Dunham & Gabel and local realtors Joyce and Troy Sacco of Generous Property, they were able to present Angie Stringer, Children First’s Marketing Director, with donations for the organization.
“Donations from local businesses like Generous Property and Lutz, Bobo, Telfair, Dunham & Gabel go a long way in helping Children First to fulfill its mission of strengthening children and families by improving the quality of their lives through a comprehensive approach to development, education, health and well-being,” said Ms. Stringer.
“Children First has an impressive facility here and they are providing wonderful services for the children in our community. When Generous Property approached us to take part in networking our businesses to help local charities this local community based organization is what we envisioned,” John Dunham said. “We are looking forward to doing this again,” added Jonathan Whitney.
“Every time we at Generous Property get to tour organizations such as Children First, we see the results of the needed services they provide, it inspires us to work harder in our business to fulfill our mission to contribute the portion of each real estate transaction that would normally go to national franchisors to local community charities and service providers. In this way we can positively affect the lives of others,” said Joyce Sacco.
To make a donation or find out how to volunteer your time at Children First, please visit them on their web site at www.ChildrenFirst.net. For your real estate legal and title needs contact Lutz, Bobo, Telfair, Dunham & Gabel at firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.