Saturday, November 12, 2016
Volunteers from NAI Realvest Raised $3,000 and Participated in Helping Homeless Families and Veterans Eat Healthy in Central Florida
Realvest Staff from left, seated: Robin Richardson, Veronica Malolos and standing: Jon Walls, Daniel Blackford, Patrick Mahoney, Chris Adams, Dee Figliolia.
KISSIMMEE. FL – NAI Realvest, based in Orlando, recently participated in a unique mission in conjunction with Osceola County Human Services to help homeless families and veterans who seek support services.
Veronica Malolos, broker at NAI Realvest in Osceola County, said a mix of brokers and employees of the firm raised $3,000 for the purchase of 200 new 4-quart crock pots that were distributed at a recent “Family Connect” event held in Kissimmee at Rock Church on West 192.
“The crock pots provide homeless and transitional homeless the ability to cook full healthy meals in hotels or motels for their families while juggling multiple jobs and lack of kitchen implements,” said Malolos.
Second Harvest also donated 100 boxes of food that was distributed along with the crock pots at the event.
Osceola County Human Services helps some 300 families and 50 veterans at the annual Family Connect Event with services ranging from childcare to job training and governmental and veterans benefit services including medical, legal and mental health.
For a complete copy of the company’s news release, please contact:
Beth Payan, Larry Vershel Communications Inc. 407 644 4142 Lvershelco@aol.com