RE/MAX Mountain Properties Raises Over $26,000 For Children’s Hospital At Erlanger

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

RE/MAX Mountain Properties in Murphy, N.C. has raised over $26,000 for Children’s Hospital at Erlanger this year through the Miracle Home and Miracle Property programs.

 

RE/MAX Mountain Properties Associates make a donation to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMN) after each residential and commercial transaction.

These agents have donated $25 from each transaction to support Children’s Hospital at Erlanger, the local CMN Hospital for the Murphy area.

 

“The Miracle Home program is a simple yet impactful way to help raise awareness for our local CMN Hospital,” said David Ritz, Broker at RE/MAX Mountain Properties. “Sixty-two children enter a CMN Hospital for treatment every minute. As leaders in the Murphy business community, it’s vital that we show our support for the kids and their families.”

 

“We are thrilled with the incredible level of support we’ve received from RE/MAX Mountain Properties,” said Beth Agee director of CMN Hospitals at Children’s Hospital at Erlanger. “Their donation and commitment to continue raising funds for the area’s children is beyond our expectations. We look forward to many more record breaking years from this outstanding group of compassionate people.”

 

RE/MAX agents around the country support local CMN through the Miracle Home and Miracle Property programs. These programs encourage brokers and associates to donate money from each transaction to their local CMN Hospital. Since 1992, RE/MAX agents have helped millions of children each year.

 

For more information about RE/MAX Mountain Properties visit www.cometothemountains.com. For more information about Children’s Hospital at Erlanger or to donate to the hospital, visit www.childrensaterlanger.org.


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