The Premier Property Group is expanding its reach outside of luxury real estate along Florida’s Emerald Coast. The boutique real estate agency recently donated $14,047.88 to Children in Crisis, a local nonprofit committed to “establishing hope and providing a home” for abused, neglected, and abandoned children in our community.
Premier Property Group’s agent Tracy Sweetland, along with several other friends, held a party to raise funds for donations towards Children in Crisis. At the party, Honey Baked Ham owners Jane Araguel and Don Bryan donated over $500 worth of food. Guests were then invited to listen to several special guest speakers from Children in Crisis.
Overall, it was a very special night for those in attendance. Ms. Sweetland’s impressive donations were able to assist in making a dream come true for a family in need by purchasing items needed for the home.
“Tracy Sweetland, Karen Marceaux, Linda Jones and Jennifer Hart…raised thousands of dollars with the help of their amazing colleagues and friends. The ladies also sponsored our Travis Tringas Home for Christmas,” said Allie Noah, Children in Crisis Development Director. “The most amazing part (was that) The Premier Property Group stepped up and matched their donation. (It) was such an unexpected, amazing gift.”
Children in Crisis, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of caring people, working together to provide homes and keep brothers and sisters together. Since opening their doors in 2008, Children in Crisis has been called “home” by over 750 children. Learn more at ChildreninCrisisFL.org.
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