Chattanooga Roots Property Team Partners With Siskin Children’s Institute To Support Kids With Special Needs

Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Natalie Henson
Natalie Henson

Siskin Children’s Institute announced a new partnership with Natalie Henson and the Keller Williams Chattanooga Roots Property Team. For each home purchased or sold in 2017, the Chattanooga Roots Property Team will donate $50 to support the programs and services for children with special needs and their families at Siskin Children’s Institute.

“Even before visiting the Institute, I felt the need to give back to the Chattanooga community,” said Ms. Henson. “Siskin Children’s Institute and the children with special needs they serve hold a special place in my heart. I’m so glad I have the opportunity to support a local organization that supports families in our community.



Institute CEO, John Farrimond, said “We are grateful for the support from our business community and for this unique opportunity to partner with the Chattanooga Roots Property Team. The funds raised from this program will greatly impact the families we serve.”

Anyone interested in purchasing or selling their property is encourage to contact Ms. Henson and the Keller Williams Chattanooga Roots Property Team at her office, 423 664-1900, or direct at 423 316-7656.



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