Tahoe – Truckee Chase International dontates to Project MANA, Toys for Tots
Chase International agents continue to spread holiday cheer as they take part in an array of local charity programs. With eight offices in the Lake Tahoe and Reno area, Chase International is reaching out to children, seniors and families in need.
Agents at the Incline Village office will assist with the local Toys for Tots as well as the Parasol Foundation’s Holiday Senior Giving Program. Agents and staff throughout the office will act as “angels” to Incline seniors, who have made individual requests for special holiday needs and necessities. In addition to granting wishes, Chase will also provide a meal for each senior and supplemental gifts.
“There are a number of seniors in need in Incline Village, and we’re hoping to assist as many as possible,” said Chase agent Sandi Solomonson, who is the liaison for the program.
The Incline Village Chase International office also assisted with the Boy Scouts of America “Scouting for Food” Drive in conjunction with Project MANA in early November. More than 1,600 pounds of food was collected.
Chase International’s Tahoe City and Squaw Valley offices are also collecting food for Project MANA, a hunger-relief organization serving the north and west shores of Lake Tahoe and Truckee. Project MANA serves an average of 300 meals a day.
“We tend to think of those less fortunate as being an issue that’s urban and therefore far removed from our lives, however we have a very real, growing need here at the lake,” Donna Caravelli, of the Tahoe City office, said.
The Chase International Zephyr Cove and Glenbrook offices will again be adopting several families in need for the holiday season. Zephyr Cove agent Pam Lusby serves on the South Lake Tahoe Women’s Center board and heads up the coordination of adopting families. Adoption of these families in need includes providing Christmas gifts, Christmas dinner and a tree. Over the past year, the South Lake Tahoe Women’s Center has provided services to 2,167 local individuals who have experienced violence; one of every three clients who receive services is a child.
Agents in the Reno office will be participating in the Evelyn Mount’s Community Outreach of Reno-Sparks. Reno humanitarian Evelyn Mount provides holiday meals to needy families in Reno and Sparks. She also provides meals to the elderly year-round.
“Chase agents take part in community and charitable programs throughout the year,” Shari Chase, president and founder of Chase International said. “The holidays are a time when we collectively come together achieving a bigger impact, helping to make a difference for our neighbors in need.”
In addition to these holiday giving efforts, Chase International is a corporate sponsor for the Nevada Rock Art Foundation and the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival.
For more information about Chase International visit http://www.chaseinternational.com.
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