Sarasota, FL, June 24, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Abigail Luman, graduating 8th grade student of Epiphany Cathedral School, was recently selected as this year’s winner of the Generous Property $1,000 tuition scholarship. The scholarship was established for Epiphany Cathedral students that plan on attending Cardinal Mooney High School in the fall.
Abigail submitted an essay to the company about the significance of stewardship in the community, along with her fellow 8th grade classmates. Her essay was chosen as the one most exemplifying of stewardship and philanthropy, qualities that Generous Property would like to encourage in the youth of our community.
“Having had all of our children attend both Epiphany Cathedral School and Cardinal Mooney, we understand the value of a good education and moral foundation for today's youth. The schools have provided that support for our family and we just want to pass on to others the opportunity to benefit from such great educational institutions,” said Joyce & Troy Sacco, owners of Generous Property.
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 make Sarasota County a great place to live.