Holiday Parties, the Economy, and Food Pantries

Real Estate Agent with Maxfield Real Estate

We at Maxfield Real Estate in the three offices (Wolfeboro, Center Harbor and Alton) around the Lakes Region of New Hampshire voted unanimously to do away with our traditional Holiday Christmas Party and donate the money that would have been spent to the food pantries in the towns our offices reside in. With the economic hardship so many are facing and the food banks running consistently low on food, it is another reason why working at Maxfield Real Estate and the men and women there once again showed that we care about our communities.

Maxfield Real Estate has a We Care Program that has for many years donated a portion of every commission to a local non-profit of the buyer's or seller's choice. In 2008 over $50,000 was turned over to these non-profits.

Wishing you all Happy Holidays!


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Gita Bantwal
RE/MAX Centre Realtors - Warwick, PA
REALTOR,ABR,CRS,SRES,GRI - Bucks County & Philadel

It would be nice if more offices do the same thing. Thanks for the post.

Dec 12, 2009 09:14 PM #1
Jane Jensen
Century 21 New Millennium - Arlington, VA

Happy Holidays to you. I'm sure it feels good to give back

Dec 12, 2009 09:19 PM #2
Kathy Carson
Blanks Properties - Lynchburg, VA
Realtor, Lynchburg, VA, VA Homes - Lynchunberg,Bedford, Campbell

Hi Steve,

Our office, RE/MAX 1st Olympic in Lynchburg, VA voted to do the same thing.  We are donating either Money or Games & Sports Equipment to a Children's Group Home in Bedford, VA. 

And last night at our annual Lynchburg Association of Realtors Holiday Gala - you could only purchase a Raffle Ticket for some great prizes with a Toy (Toys for Tots), a gently used coat, or $10.00 that is going directly to the Lynchburg Area Food Bank!  It was called an Evening of Giving - and it was a huge success!!  A fun time was had by all!!

Have a great day!  Kathy Carson

Dec 12, 2009 09:26 PM #3
Robin Lundholm
Cape May, NJ

Congratulations on focusing on the giving part of the season.  We are doing the same at my office.

Dec 12, 2009 10:46 PM #4
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