Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) October 31, 2014
Realty411 is hosting their “Give Thanks, Give Back” Real Estate Expo in Los Angeles to benefit the Los Angeles Mission on November 15 at the Olympic Collection Banquet and Conference Center, located on 11301 W. Olympic Blvd., in West Los Angeles.
The event is free to attend and includes a full day of networking and education.
A representative of the Los Angeles Mission will be attending the expo to accept donations of shoes, all types of clothing and canned food items to benefit the homeless community in Downtown Los Angeles. Monetary donations can be made at the expo. Please make all checks payable directly to the Los Angeles Mission.
Advance public pledges may also be made by contacting either Realty411 or the Los Angeles Mission directly.
As Linda Pliagas, magazine founder explains, “Our real estate expos help people from all walks of life learn about investing in the American Dream... home ownership. It’s equally important that we also support the community in the largest way possible. The Los Angeles Mission really needs your support, and we thank you in advance for that!”
Realty411 is asking real estate enthusiasts to help match or exceed their first donor's pledge and help spread the word about their fundraising Real Estate Expo: Give Thanks, Give Back (#GiveThanksGiveBack ).
Pliagas says, “We’re really hoping to make a valuable difference by helping the Los Angeles Mission at this event, but we need assistance to make this possible. I'm personally requesting everyone who has ever benefited from our free magazines or expos to join us for a Special Day as we honor and help one of the most important charities in Southern California, the Los Angeles Mission.”
About the Los Angeles Mission:
For more than 78 years, the Los Angeles Mission has served those men and women who find themselves homeless in the Skid Row area of downtown Los Angeles. The Mission provides needed emergency services such as shelter, food and clothing. In addition, the Los Angeles Mission also offers long-term residential rehabilitation programs, including education, job training, transitional housing and counseling. Go to http://www.losangelesmission.org for more information about the Los Angeles Mission.
Further details will be released to the public as the Expo planning process continues.