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Donation from Local Real Estate Professional at Generous Property Assists Sarasota Non Profit Organization Children First

Aug 27 2013, 9:00am CDT | by PR.com

Sarasota, FL, August 27, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Generous Property professional real estate firm donates a portion of the profit from a property sale in Sarasota county to Children First, which is a private, charitable, non-profit organization that serves over 600 of Sarasota County's most vulnerable children, birth to five years of age, and their families. Generous Property works to support the local community with a portion of their profits from every sale and inspire others to give wherever possible.

For 50 years, Children First has been preparing children for Kindergarten and strengthening families. Through Head Start and Early Head Start programs, children receive the care and tools necessary to succeed in Kindergarten and for a lifetime of success. Children First provides full-day, year-round early education for children from six weeks to five years of age using recognized curricula and assessment tools.

Children First counts on their dedicated volunteers, talented staff members and charitable donations to operate successfully. “Kindergarten readiness is our ultimate goal. We offer an array of early childhood services through the Head Start and Early Head Start programs to accommodate the needs of every child and family. We provide all children with what they deserve—a safe place to learn, nutritious meals, and a nurturing environment.” said Julie Anderson, Development Coordinator for Children First. For more information or to find out how to help, please visit ChildrenFirst.net or call 941.953.3877.

The Generous Property Commitment to Excellence in Service Provides Our Customers With a Superior Real Estate Experience, During Their Transaction and Beyond. It Creates an Enduring Professional Relationship and a Customer for Life. By contributing a portion of our earnings after each transaction to local non-profit organizations and services, Generous Property will positively affect the lives of others, and in the process make Sarasota County a great place to live. Through this concept, Generous Property hopes to spread the philanthropic attitude to buyers, sellers and local vendors.

“As a company, I believe that we get more out of giving to organizations like Children First than one can even explain,” remarked Troy Sacco, Owner of Generous Property. “Having the opportunity to develop relationships with such great people Like Julie and the Children First staff as well as other organizations we support always brightens our day!”

Generous Property is located at 1227 N. Gulfstream Ave in Sarasota, FL. and a new location at 1095 N. Tamiami Trl. Ste. D in Nokomis, FL. Visit GenerousProperty.com or call 941.275.9399 for further information.

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