Fuller Sotheby’s Holds 3rd Quarterly ‘Come Together’ Initiative to Benefit Colorado Flood Relief
Posted by Amy Hill — October 7, 2013
DENVER, CO – Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty (FSIR), a leader in the sale and purchase of residences throughout Colorado, announced today their third quarterly “Come Together” initiative to benefit the American Red Cross, led by FSIR brokers Richard and Elaine Swomley.
Sobered by the devastating effects of the recent floods in Colorado, FSIR is encouraging all brokers, staff, clients and friends, to “come together” and make an impact by contributing to the American Red Cross flood relief effort.
Fuller Sotheby's would like to provide you with the opportunity to contribute to this momentous humanitarian effort and would be grateful for any contribution that you can make. Donate now by visiting www.ComeTogetherFSIR.com.
More than 250-trained Red Cross disaster workers were on the ground within hours of the initial downpour providing support, food, shelter and relief supplies to thousands of people forced from their homes – but the battle isn’t over yet.
“Our hearts go out to all those affected,” says Scott Webber, FSIR president. “We are encouraging everyone in our company to get involved and help rebuild these communities.”
If you have any questions regarding donation or the use of funds, please contact: Richard Swomley at 303-916-8204, or Elaine Swomley at 303-916-8207. Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty broker associates understand that a home, regardless of its price range, reflects the incalculable value of the life within.
About FSIR’s “Come Together” Initiative
FSIR’s “Come Together” initiative began as a means to orchestrate a massive assembly of brokers and staff uniting for one cause, to make a more powerful impact on the community. Over the course of a year it has grown into a successful collaboration responsible for providing donations and support to the Melanoma Research Foundation, Firefly Autism, and now the American Red Cross. Learn more about FSIR’s “Come Together” initiative by visiting ComeTogetherFSIR.com.