RISMEDIA, September 19, 2013–Prudential Network Realty is more than a real estate firm. The company is dedicated to charitable outreach and making a difference in the communities it serves.
This year, as the company celebrates its 25th anniversary, Prudential Network Realty is giving back to the Northeast Florida community in a big way. For every listing and home sold, the company is making a donation to Dreams Come True, a nonprofit organization that makes dreams come true for children battling life-threatening illnesses in Northeast Florida. Prudential Network Realty has a goal of contributing $25,000 in the next year.
In addition to their commitment to provide real estate excellence to buyers and sellers, the company’s managers, associates and staff are involved in numerous philanthropic initiatives – with Prudential Network Realty in full support. The company’s team supports dozens of Northeast Florida charities throughout the year.
“Giving back to the community in which we live and work is an important component of our company philosophy,” said Prudential Network Realty Founder, President and CEO Linda H. Sherrer. “Prudential Network Realty firmly believes in investing in our community through charitable efforts and we are very proud of our managers, associates and staff and their generosity.”
Ancient City Mosaic Project – One of the company’s top producers, An Marshall of the St. Augustine office, is well known as a passionate and talented quilt artist. Marshall recently organized a group, Textile Arts of St. Augustine, to design and construct a quilt to be used in conjunction with the City of St. Augustine 450th anniversary commemoration. The artists worked individually and collectively on the project, producing a seven-panel quilt with about 60 different blocks. Each panel is about 22-inches wide, approximately 90- to 110-inches long and represents a different time period highlighting the community’s history, architecture, culture and lifestyle. The quilt is designed to travel and may be displayed at churches, schools, senior centers, banks and other public buildings. It recently made its debut at the closing reception of the Ancient City Mosaic project and is now on display at the St. Augustine Visitors Center. Future exhibitions include the Florida Capital Building in Tallahassee.