We encourage the rest of the timeshare & travel industry to follow our example and support their cause
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) May 09, 2012
Givebacktimeshare.com is pleased to support the Central Florida chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters & the 18th Annual Men Cooking From The Heart chili cook off. Givebacktimeshare.com has provided three vacation weeks to BBBS to help with fundraising efforts at the annual cook off. The donation is expected to raise over $1,000 at auction to provide additional funds for the Big Brothers Big Sisters program.
“It’s our way of giving back to our local community," says Joel Richwagen, Director of Operations at Givebacktimeshare.com. “When we reached out to the program, they were thrilled that we could help.”
The contribution is part of a larger movement by the company to help support the local community through acts of charity. When asked, Joel Richwagen stated, “Big Brothers Big Sisters is such a great program for any community. We encourage the rest of the timeshare & travel industry to follow our example and support their cause.”
The culinary madness of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Florida’s 18th Annual Men Cooking from the Heart, enables Big Brothers Big Sisters to positively impact hundreds of children right here in our community – in our schools, in our neighborhoods, and right down the street. Come out on Saturday, May 19, 2012 to the Melbourne Auditorium to be delighted with tantalizing dishes prepared by over 100 volunteer chefs.
“While this event continues to be the event of the year, it is so much more than food and fun. Our chefs show the impact men can make in a community by using their time, talent and treasure to showcase their culinary creations and fill hearts and spirits with great food, good times and a whole lot of fun – all in an effort to support Big Brothers Big Sisters and the youth we serve. “This annual event is one that is not to be missed”, says Jada H. Smith, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Florida.
For the past 17 years, local individuals and businesses have united to produce one of the biggest food tasting celebrations in Central Florida. Follow our simple recipe for a night of fun that will have a lasting impact on the children of our community for years to come:
•100 big-hearted and sizzling community leaders transformed into Chef de Cuisines
•Zesty seasoned program presentations and real-life stories of change
•Tantalizing live auction
•Delicious silent auction
- Delicacy of the Night - Mouthwatering – “Big Brother Big Sister of the Year Award” presentation
After working with many of the largest players in the timeshare industry, our Chief Legal Officer, a licensed Florida attorney, realized that the timeshare industry was in desperate need of an ethical, experienced, and credible company that has the ability to back up its promises. In addition, he witnessed timeshare owners being victimized by unscrupulous listing and marketing companies that charge an upfront fee. These companies either don’t do what they promise or charge an exorbitant fee only to eventually refer the work to experts like us in order to complete the transfer.
Our legal expertise, as well as the relationships we have developed over the past decade in the industry and our financial wherewithal, allow us to under promise, over deliver and provide us with the ability to back our 100% Guarantee with confidence. Visit us at http://givebacktimeshare.com for more information.
About Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Brothers Big Sisters is not your typical organization and Men Cooking from the Heart is not your typical fundraiser. The annual tasty fundraising event supports the screening and training of adults, for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Florida's four types of programs in Brevard County, that assist youth in achieving their highest potential as they grow to become responsible, productive, happy, and healthy young men and women. (1) In the community-based program, an adult is paired one-to-one with a child, age 6-14, to have fun together for a few hours each week in the community. (2) For school-based programs, a working adult visits a child at school or during afterschool care for about an hour per week. (3) The Big Couples program matches married couples with one Little Brother. (4) Mentoring Children of Promise is for children ages 6-17 who have a parent incarcerated in a state or federal prison.
We are looking for some needed ingredients: chefs and YOU! Purchase tickets at http://www.mencooking.org.