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December, 2019

Ponce Inlet Realty Donates Funds For Student Bicycles

Ponce Inlet Realty recently donated $5,000 to FBH to provide new bicycles for KidsZone and TeenZone students who struggle with transportation to and from school. Each year, Ponce Inlet Realty’s agents share one per-cent of their earned commission to donate to local organizations. This year they chose to donate to Food Brings Hope. The first bicycle delivery to Turie T. Small Elementary happened on January 21st. Eleven students were given bicycles, chain locks and helmets. The helmets were provided free of charge by the River-to-Sea Transpor-tation Planning Organization. Pam Blankenship, Community Outreach Coordinator, fitted each student with a helmet so they can safely ride to school.

December, 2018

VA NJ Health Care System VFW Post 3282 Halifax Urban Ministries

This year, Ponce Inlet Realty chose to again donate handmade hats, mats & scarves to the VFW Post 3282 in Port Orange and also VA NJ Health Care System for its homeless Veterans’ program, Lyons, NJ. Ponce Inlet Realty also worked with the Halifax Urban Ministries to help families in need for Christmas. Purchases included furniture, toys, clothing, car tires and more.

December, 2017

VFW Post 3282

Ponce Inlet Realty continues the tradition of giving and especially to those in need. Ponce Inlet Realty agents have been sharing 1 percent of their earned commission, totaling over $50,000 to date, with local organizations since 2008. This year, Ponce Inlet Realty chose to donate hats, mats and $5,000 to the VFW Post 3282 in Port Orange for its homeless Veterans’ program and a new generator. Ponce Inlet Realty also contributed $2,700 to the Longstreet community school to tutor 12 children, who need extra help; and $1,200 to fulfill the wish of 8 local children with toys and clothes; for a total of over $8,500 in 2017.

December, 2016

VFW Post 3282

Ponce Inlet Realty donates mats, cash to homeless veterans Pictured for Ponce Inlet Realty´s Veterans Holiday Donation event are: (front from left) John McClellan, VFW Post 3282 officer; Ann Crane, Ponce Inlet Realty broker/owner; Jose Rosa, VFW Post 3282 commander; Frank Beetz; Martha Lauer, Homes & Land; (second row from left) PONCE INLET – The holidays are a special time for “giving” and especially to those in need. This year Ponce Inlet Realty chose to help the local homeless veterans. Local residents, along with the folks at Ponce Inlet Realty, donated, gathered, cut, crafted and crocheted thousands of plastic grocery bags and recycled them into 50 waterproof sleeping mats for homeless vets. Additionally Ponce Inlet Realty donated $5,000 to the VFW Post 3282 in Port Orange for its homeless veterans program. Ponce Inlet Realty agents have been sharing 1 percent of their earned commission, totaling $40,000 to date, with local charities since 2007.

December, 2015

Operation Changing Lives

Ponce Inlet Realty spreads holiday cheer! Realtors at Ponce Inlet Realty donated one percent of their earned commissions and spread holiday cheer around town recently to several charities. Local groups receiving $1,000 each included Salvation Army, Adopt-a-School, Breast Cancer Research and Food Brings Hope

November, 2014

Veteran Allen Brown Home Makeover

Water leaks had damaged a wall and the floor, making U.S. Army veteran Allen Brown’s mobile home nearly uninhabitable. That was until real estate agents at Ponce Inlet Realty organized a makeover of Brown’s residence with the assistance of several local businesses. Agents donated $3001.66 plus $358 for December’s rent. The total donations from all totaled $8341.66. The effort was celebrated Tuesday, Veteran Day, with about 20 agents and others delivering a new lamp, smoke detector, coffee table and kitchen items to Brown. Other companies who donated their time and supplies were Sunshine State Construction, Trott’s Carpet, Madeline’s Furniture, John’s Appliance, My Handyman Inc, B.A.B. Bedding & Sun Coast Appliance.

December, 2013

Operation Changing Lives

Primary purpose is to perform life altering maxillofacial surgeries on disadvantaged patients with severe facial deformities, both in the United States and abroad.

October, 2012 & September, 2013

West Volusia Runners

Casual Running group in West Volusia County, Florida. Great opportunity to meet new friends that share your passion for running.

June, 2013

Warner Christian Academy Hoops 4 Hope V Foundation

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Donation to Halifax Urban Ministries

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The services offered by HUM include temporary housing, food, counseling, support programs and emergency assistance. HUM has been serving our community for over 30 years.

August, 2012

Donation to Sara Gaver

Sara Gaver has Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita which significantly impacts her mobility due to numerous missing or fused joints and muscles throughout the body. She is currently confined to a wheelchair and the prognosis is not likely to change. With the help of community donations she will be returning to The University of North FL this fall as a Sophomore.

August, 2012 & June, 2013

Donation to Angels Have Whiskers

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Angels Have Whiskers is a non profit pet rescue organization located in Northwest Volusia County, Florida. Angels Have Whiskers has provided shelter and new homes for homeless animals since 2004. Loving homes are needed for many of our Angels and offer adoption opportunities.

April, 2011 & November, 2011

Donation to the Great Kids Explorer Club

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The Great Kids Explorer Club’s mission is to help at-risk children recognize their unique talents and individual value through academic and character building education and by surrounding the children with positive role models.

October, 2010

Donation to the Feed-A-Family Project

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Ponce Inlet Realty presented a check for $3000 to Troy Ray, Executive Director for Halifax Urban Ministries. This donation will go toward purchasing food, while others who donate their time, will prepare to fill the bags with five balanced meals to serve a family of four. 350 tons of food are distributed each year. 40% of low income families become homeless. Our Real Estate Agents donate 1% of their commission toward charities that provide Food Assistance in the community. The services offered by HUM include temporary housing, food, counseling, support programs and emergency assistance, and has been serving our community for over 30 years.

November, 2008

Donation to the Domestic Abuse Council

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Real estate sales agents donate 1% of their commissions earned to the Battered Women’s Shelter, a service of the Domestic Abuse Council. The purpose of the Domestic Abuse Council, Inc. is to provide emergency shelter, victim advocacy, transitional housing, support and education groups for victims, info., referral services, case management, residential and community programs for child witnesses of domestic violence. Legal advocacy, community education and professional training also provided.

November, 2008

Donation to the Family Crisis Center

Family Crisis Help Center, Oak Hill and Holly Hill, FL. Ponce Inlet Realty, Inc. real estate sales agents donate 1% of their commissions earned to the Crisis Center. This organization has become the tiny towns’ shoulder to rely on. Whether it’s helping with job searches, faxing resumes or delivering food, the Crisis Center is there to help.