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Southwest county Young Professionals Network gives back

RIVERSIDE – The Young Professionals Network for southwest Riverside County is again participating in a service project for the California Association of Realtors Young Professionals Network Month of Giving in 2017. This project will be the committee’s second annual Helping Hands School Supply Drive. From July 10 through Aug. 10, the group will collect donations throughout the Realtor community and the public in order to help young students in need.
Last year, the response from many offices was generous and overwhelming. Over 100 paper bags were filled to the brim with pencils, highlighters, wide-ruled notebooks, crayons, tape, markers, chalk, mini staplers, glue sticks, backpacks and permanent markers. Over 1,000 items were collected and brought to Kamali’i Family Foster Agency in Lake Elsinore, serving 200 children throughout Riverside, San Diego and Los Angeles counties.
The community is invited to donate to the cause by bringing any new and unused school supplies to any of the 3 participating SRCAR offices until Aug. 10.
The participating SRCAR offices are located at 26529 Jefferson Avenue in Murrieta, 2555 E. Florida Avenue in Hemet and 27070 Sun City Blvd. in Menifee.
Other service projects that Young Professionals Network has spearheaded include a cleanup day in Temecula, fundraising efforts for Jacob’s House, Canine Support Teams in Temecula and Hospice of the Valleys.
Because of this year’s efforts, many foster children in the local communities will have new and plentiful school supplies as they start the school year and work toward their personal success.
For more information or to get involved, call (951) 894-2571 or visit www.SRCYPN.com .
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