We are working to raise donations and holiday gifts for Hopelink. This time of year it is especially important to look outside our own hectic lives and needs and provide support to the most vulnerable in our communities.
KIRKLAND, Wash. (PRWEB) November 20, 2019
“For the last 10 years or so, instead of a gift exchange, my friends and I have been celebrating the holidays by raising money and donating gifts to Hopelink. This year, we are extending our efforts to raise donations and awareness for this great community charity in order to positively impact even more families,” said Avery.
Avery will be collecting both funds and toys between now and December 5th. To donate directly to Hopelink through Elizabeth Avery’s and friends’ campaign, visit https://fundraise.hope-link.org/holidaygiving.
“We are working to raise donations and holiday gifts for Hopelink,” added Avery. “This time of year it is especially important to look outside our own hectic lives and needs and provide support to the most vulnerable in our communities.”
Every day, people turn to Hopelink for help, such as Michelle C. from Bellevue, WA. “When I came to Hopelink, things totally changed for me,” she said.
Elizabeth Avery was raised in Kirkland and now lives in Bellevue. As a 2nd-generation real estate broker, Avery has been around the real estate business most of her life and feels it is a privilege to serve her clients and community.
About Elizabeth Avery, RE/MAX Northwest
Elizabeth Avery works with both buyers and sellers. She serves Kirkland, Bellevue, Redmond, Issaquah, Woodinville, Bothell, Kenmore, Renton and other greater East King County & South Snohomish County areas. For more information, please call (425) 444-0932, or visit https://www.elizabethavery.com/.
Since 1971, Hopelink has helped more than 1,000,000 people in communities throughout north and east King County. Through transportation services and programs designed to help low-income individuals and households, Hopelink continues to help more than 60,000 people each year to find stability and to become equipped to exit poverty. Hopelink’s programs include: food, housing, Ronald United Methodist Church adult-education, transportation, energy, financial assistance and employment services. For more information, visit http://www.hopelink.org.
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