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RE/MAX Donates 3,000 Pounds of Food to RI Food Bank

Saturday, December 22, 2012

 

RE/MAX in Rhode Island brokers, owners, Agents, staff and volunteers recently donated 3,000 pounds of food to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank.

RE/MAX of New England has announced that RE/MAX in Rhode Island recently donated 3,000 pounds of non-perishable food items to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank, more than doubling last year’s donation of 1,250 pounds. Beginning the week after Thanksgiving, 14 RE/MAX offices throughout Rhode Island were used as drop-off locations for staff, Agents and their clients to donate non-perishable food items.

“We are incredibly proud of everyone at RE/MAX in Rhode Island that participated in this fundraiser supporting the Rhode Island Community Food Bank,” said Dan Breault, Executive Vice President and Regional Director of RE/MAX of New England. “This great charitable effort epitomizes the great work of this RE/MAX team.”

This is the third consecutive year that RE/MAX in Rhode Island has donated non-perishable food items to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. Lite Rock 105 and Dave’s Marketplace also participated in this donation effort, as part of the “Season of Giving” campaign, which aims to help local Rhode Island families in need by accepting donations of food and money.

“RE/MAX in Rhode Island is delighted to provide this donation, especially during the holiday season,” said Karen Sechio, Marketing Director for RE/MAX in Rhode Island. “Community involvement is extremely important to all of our RE/MAX offices and we look forward to assisting the Rhode Island Community Food Bank in its vital mission to end hunger in Rhode Island again in the future.”

 

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