MCAR sponsors clothing drive
Members of the Montgomery County Association of Realtors are taking part in a winter weather clothing drive benHfiWing FaPiOy SHUvicHs RI MRnWgRPery County, as part of the Pennsylvania AssRciaWiRn RI RHaOWRUs fiIWh annuaO Realtors Reach Out Month.
MRUH Whan 25 ORcaO UHaO HsWaWH RIficHs will take part in the clothing drive by sHWWing up a dRnaWiRn ERx in WhHiU RIficH in an effort to collect winter apparel for infants through seniors.
A countywide pickup will take place FUiday, 2cW. 19, WhURugh vROunWHHU HIIRUWs RI MCAR AIfiOiaWH PHPEHU -RH COHPPHU RI COHPPHU MRving & SWRUagH, wiWh disWUiEuWiRn WR FaPiOy SHUvicHs RI MRnWgRPHUy CRunWy, 3125 RidgH Pike, Eagleville, on that same day.
“We at the Montgomery County Association of Realtors are thrilled to be participating again in the Realtors Reach Out program, which this year is Warm Hearts – Warm Bodies, a clothing dUivH WR EHnHfiW FaPiOy SHUvicHs RI Montgomery County,” MCAR PresidHnW ScRWW 7URxHO said. “As RHaOWRUs, we know that real estate is not just about sticks and bricks, but about communities and people. Our hope is that we can help make our communities just a little bit better for the folks that live here.”
SincH 1900, FaPiOy SHUvicHs has been caring for children, seniors and families in Montgomery County who IacH HPRWiRnaO diIficuOWiHs RU physicaO handicaps. 7hHiU Pany innRvaWivH sHUvices programs make a positive differHncH in WhH OivHs RI 16,000 MRnWgRPery County residents each year.
In the past four years, more than 6,200 RHaOWRUs acURss WhH sWaWH havH participated in PAR’s Realtors Reach Out month, while 2T local Realtor associations and boards have donated PRUH Whan $176,000 and havH cROOHcWHd nHaUOy 40,600 pRunds RI IRRd and 1,000 piHcHs RI cORWhing IRU chaUiWaEOH organizations.