The Daniels and O’Keefe Team's Blog
There is no particular order to this list, just what comes to mind each day. It's only numbered so that it's easier to keep track. Reason #1 - The foliage on Route 27. Reason #2 - HOPEsudbury From my experience, Sudbury families, really, truly care about each other. Founded after 9-11 by Sudbury residents, HOPEsudbury is a non-profit organization dedicated to engaging the people of Sudbury in community-wide efforts to provide humanitarian aid to people in need, both at home and abroad via the HOPE Fund. Since its inception in 2002, more than $344,000 has been distributed through The HOPE Fund, which is available to help, offering short-term (confidential) financial assistance to Sudbury residents with emergency or unexpected financial need.
Funds are available for: Fuel/Utilities, Medical Care/Medicine, Food/Special Dietary Needs, Rent/Mortgage/Insurance, Household Repairs and other needs. Funding decisions are based on individual circumstances, not specific income limits.HOPESudbury's largest fundraising effort is the HOPEsudbury Telethon. On Saturday, November 1, 2014, my friend Bonnie Morrissey of Bonnie's Bootcamp and I will once again co-host a few hours of the HOPE Telethon. HOPEsudbury relies on generosity for many auction items. If you would like to donate anything, please click here. If you just missed the last audition of America's Got Talent and would kindly grace us with your talent during the Telethon, we'd love to see it! Please click here. You can VIEW and BID on the AWESOME auction items online NOW! I am also proud that my office, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Sudbury is a sponsor of HOPESudbury and the telethon. Through the Coldwell Banker CARES program, 80% of sales associates (myself and Carole included) donate a portion of our commissions to CBRB Cares, which is 100% matched by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. Over the last 5 years, CBRB Cares donated over $3 million to various community fundraising efforts.