Florida Surety Bonds feels it’s important to give back to the community as much as possible, even more so around the holidays.
This year, the FSB team donated box loads of non-perishable food items and delivered them to Spring Lake Elementary. There, up 60 backpacks will be packed of food for these 60 children who are living at the Remington. This small contribution is making a difference to these kids. We are happy to report that even though there are many low income children at Spring Lake, they are still an “A” school, so parents are working with their kids and the kids are doing well despite tough circumstances.
(Donna Keefer handing a food box to a Spring Lake employee)
In lieu of Holiday Gifts, Florida Surety Bonds made a “seed” money gift to Habitat for Humanity of Seminole County for a Disabled Veteran. Our candidate is a disabled Navy Vietnam Vet. He and his wife have four sons, two of which servce in the Navy and Army, and 10 grandchildren. J P Morgan Chase Bank has donated a first floor foreclosed condominium in Altamonte Springs, and it needs a complete interior rehabilitation, i.e. kitchen, bathroom, flooring, etc. as well as disability features. The condominium is a better fit due to maintenance and safety concerns than a new house. The project will begin in February 2014.
(Cheryl Foley & Kim Niv dropping off a check to Kelly Pisciotta, Resource Director and Penny Seater, Executive Director at Habitat for Humanity of Seminole County: Veteran’s Build)