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Archive for January, 2015

Making community connections is a part of the Winged Foot Title company philosophy. For them, business is about more than closings and real estate; it’s about making a difference. In the winter of 2014, Winged Foot Title actively participated in this mission.

Closing with a Cause

making a donation to HCFB

Winged Foot Title staffers Kristen, Johanna, and Jared delivered the company’s November and December 2014 donation to Harry Chapin Food Bank.

This holiday season, Winged Foot Title, LLC raised awareness and gave back to the community through a campaign benefitting Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida. For every closing in November and December 2014, the company donated a portion to help feed the hungry in Southwest Florida. They raised $520 in just two short months. Through its resources, Harry Chapin Food Bank can multiply every $1 in cash donations into $6 in food value.

“Many families and children will benefit from this partnership, through this holiday season and beyond.” Sam Kelly of the Harry Chapin Food Bank said.

Winged Foot Title Owner Chris Black says they will continue Closing with a Cause into the new year, next benefitting the Boys and Girls Club of Southwest Florida.



Bells were ringing

Bell Ringers snap shot

Kristen and Jillian participate as Salvation Army Bell Ringers for Winged Foot Title.

Winged Foot Title staffers volunteered as a group during the holiday season as Salvation Army Kettle Bell Ringers on December 10, 2014. photo from Facebook

90¢ of every dollar raised by the Lee, Hendry, Glades Counties Command supports its programs. The Salvation Army assists more than 33 million individuals throughout the year in the United States – over 6 million of those during the holiday season alone.




Let’s all go to the movies

Since the series began in 2010, Winged Foot Title has been a dedicated sponsor of Family Movie Nights at the Alliance for the Arts. All funds collected for Family Movie Nights supports the organization’s extensive children’s programming.

This season began with a screening of The Life of Pi on January 9, and continues Friday, February 6 at 7 p.m. with Charlotte’s Web, Friday, March 6 at 7:30 p.m. with Mr. Popper’s Penguins, and concludes on Friday April 10 at 8 p.m. with Fern Gully: The Last Rainforest.

The Alliance for the Arts proudly supports artists and art organizations in our area as the state designated Local Arts Agency for Lee County.

LCAA Movie Night poster

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