Over 6K Undergarments Collected For Local Shelter. The Go-Givers, a group of REALTORS® with Coldwell Banker American Home, a real estate company located in Topeka, recently partnered with Doorstep, Inc. to collect undergarments for individuals in need. Doorstep, Inc. is a local organization that provides assistance to those experiencing hardship, such as homelessness or financial instability.
The Go-Givers is a group of REALTORS® comprised of Don Wiltz, Ruth Simnitt, Vicki Trembly, Amy Miller.
This years drive was dedicated to Shannon Nichol, a REALTOR® in the Coldwell Banker American Home family who passed away unexpectedly due to heart failure. Shannon was a huge advocate for the Topeka Community and volunteered many hours of her busy schedule to serve the community. Shannon was also a member of the Go-Givers.
The collection drive started in December and lasted through mid January. During this time, Coldwell Banker American Home encouraged its employees, clients, and community members to donate new undergarments of all sizes and types. The response was overwhelming, with over 6,000 undergarments collected in that time period.
The undergarments collected by Coldwell Banker American Home will go directly to Doorstep, Inc. and be distributed to individuals in need. This donation will provide essential items to those who may not have access to clean, comfortable undergarments.
The partnership between Coldwell Banker American Home and Doorstep, Inc. highlights the importance of local organizations providing assistance and the impact that small actions can have on those in need. By collecting and donating undergarments, Coldwell Banker American Home has made a tangible difference in the lives of individuals experiencing hardship.
This is not the first time that Coldwell Banker American Home has partnered with Doorstep, Inc. to give back to the community. This was the 10th year the local organization provides assistance.
The success of this collection drive serves as a reminder that small acts of kindness and generosity can have a significant impact on those in need. It also emphasizes the importance of community involvement in addressing social issues and providing support to vulnerable populations.
Overall, the partnership between Coldwell Banker American Home and Doorstep, Inc. is a heartwarming example of how individuals and businesses can come together to make a positive impact in their community. By collecting over 6,000 undergarments, Coldwell Banker American Home has shown that even small donations can make a big difference in the lives of those in need. Over 6K Undergarments Collected For Local Shelter
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