Long & Foster Real Estate agents and staff members across the Charlottesville and Staunton/Waynesboro regions made an impact in their communities by volunteering on the company’s 21st annual Community Service Day in June.
Some of the projects undertaken by Long & Foster field offices in the region included:
- The Staunton/Waynesboro office spent a day sorting and boxing food at the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank.
- Old Ivy, Charlottesville, agents and staff cooked for the Ronald McDonald House and planted flowers in the facility’s container garden on its back deck. The residence has 19 bedrooms and 4 kitchen stations for families to use when in the area for a child’s medical care. Long & Foster agents also cook for the Ronald McDonald families every other month.
“It’s always a privilege to give back to our communities, which have contributed so greatly to our 50-year record of success in helping people buy and sell homes,” said Brian Haug, Long & Foster senior vice president who oversees operations in Richmond, Hampton Roads and Southwest Virginia.
Go here to view images from the Charlottesville and Staunton/Waynesboro community service events.
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