RE/MAX’s annual RE/MAX Foundation National Toy and Book collection has arrived again. From 1 December 2016 to 31 January 2017, the RE/MAX Foundation will be collecting books and toys for less fortunate children with the aim of uplifting them and who may otherwise not receive anything this Christmas.
This is according to Adrian Goslett, CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa and director of the RE/MAX Foundation, who said it was vital as a brand to have a positive impact in the areas in which its agents operate and make a difference where is it needed.
“On 31 January all of the donations that have been collected over the two-month period will be handed over to the various charities, crèches and orphanages,” said Goslett, noting that while the Foundation was supported by the RE/MAX offices, agents, buyers, sellers and business associates, the success the initiative is largely based on the support of the people in the community who step up to help by providing donations. “Without community involvement a campaign such as this would fall flat, however, over the past few years, the response from the public has been inspiring. We hope that we can continue the success of the previous campaigns and spread joy to far more children.”
All of the RE/MAX offices around the country are encouraged to participate in the drive and will act as drop-off points for the public.
For more information regarding the RE/MAX Foundation visit www.remax.co.za/foundation or contact the foundation manager, Sandy Smith on 021 700 2000