Chattanooga Roots Property Team Raises $4,000 To Support Children With Special Needs

Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Pictured: David Henson, Ashley Welch, Natalie Henson, Deborah Arfken and Julie Mickel
Pictured: David Henson, Ashley Welch, Natalie Henson, Deborah Arfken and Julie Mickel
Siskin Children’s Institute announces results of their community partnership with Chattanooga Roots Property Team. For each home purchased or sold in 2017, the Chattanooga Roots Property Team donated $50 to Siskin Children’s Institute. "Thanks to their generosity, the Team raised a total of $4,000 in the past year to support the programs and services for children with special needs and their families," officials said.

“Even before visiting the Institute, I felt the need to give back to the Chattanooga community,” says realtor Natalie 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 Interim President and CEO, Deborah Arfken, adds “We appreciate Chattanooga Roots, a dedicated community partner. They and all our partners ensure that we achieve our mission.”



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