Illustrated Properties Gives Christmas Gifts to Cancer Children's Ward

Posted by Michelle Walsh — December 16, 2007

The real estate market may be drooping, but the agents and staff at Illustrated Properties are lifting their community.PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – (Dec. 17, 2007) – The Christmas tree at Illustrated Properties in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. is overflowing with gifts for a special local charity. For more than 10 years Greg & Sue Poore, REALTORS® at Illustrated Properties, have been involved with a charity for the sick children at St. Mary’s Hospital cancer ward in nearby West Palm Beach. The charity is called “Hope for the Holidays.” Greg and Sue have spread their passion and devotion for this charity throughout the corporate office and for the second year in a row the agents and staff have adopted the Cancer Children’s Ward at St. Mary’s Hospital for the holiday.Last year, “Hope for the Holidays” purchased gifts for more than 100 children. This year the agents and staff have taken their generosity one step further, by including gifts for the siblings of the sick children too. The toys will be delivered at the hospital’s holiday luncheon held at the Marriott on Okeechobee Boulevard.If anyone would like to learn how they can be involved in this charity, they can contact Greg or Sue Poore at 561 389-2883 or 561 379-6259.Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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