Five Percent For The Food Shelf

Dated: 11/09/2018

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I started "Fill The Truck For The Food Shelf in 2012 and have grown the program each year. This year with the help of the Colchester-Milton Rotary Club we collected 2,652 pounds of food and $1,416.
 
We will be filling the truck again next year but, I want to personally take this to the "next level".

I have a goal of raising $5,000 for the Colchester Food Shelf over the next year and to do so I will donate 5% of every check I earn by helping families sell or buy a home.

This is where you can help. In order to reach my goal, I need your referrals of family, friends, and anyone you know who is thinking about selling or buying a home. The more referrals I get the quicker I can reach my goal. So, next time you hear someone talking about real estate please think of me and the Colchester Food Shelf :-)

Thank you in advance for helping me feed the hungry.

Best,

UPDATE 11/09/18 - I wrote my first check for $226! Here we go!

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John Abry

John is a partner inthe Heroes Home Advantage program which is a real estate rebate program for those that protect serve and care for our country and communities. He enjoys assisting buyers and selle....

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