Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) August 18, 2017
RE/MAX Realtor Lauren Schneider is hosting an art supplies drive to benefit the students and teachers of Mesa Elementary School in Fountain, CO. General art supplies are needed with an emphasis on white stone clay, glazes, multimedia paper, colored pencils and crayons.
Art supplies can be dropped off at 12265 Oracle Blvd., Suite 105, Colorado Springs, CO, from August 15 to September 15. “So many of our clients have young children, and many even attend Mesa Elementary,” said Schneider. “This art drive is an amazing way for all of us to give back to the community that we love so much. We are looking forward to collecting art supplies from our clients, friends, and community members over the next 30 days for a great cause.”
Schneider, who is the owner of MilitaryHomeSearch.com, also helps military families find homes. MilitaryHomeSearch.com was designed to meet the unique needs of military home buyers and has helped over 100 military families find homes. Schneider, on Thursday, August 24, will be hosting the Ladies Night Out - Military Home Search Client Appreciation Party, where she plans on collecting more art supplies for Mesa Elementary.
About Lauren Schneider, RE/MAX Real Estate Group, MilitaryHomeSearch.com
Lauren Schneider works with both buyers and sellers in Colorado Springs, Fountain, and Monument, and ranked in the top 1.5% of all realtors in Colorado Springs in 2016. MilitaryHomeSearch.com connects military home buyers with homes for sale in Colorado Springs. Visitors can search by base or community and have access to the best searching tools in the industry. For more information, please call (719) 373-1906, or visit http://www.militaryhomesearch.com.
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