Benders Landing Estates announces next charitable program
Bender Landing Estates, an LGI Land development, announced its next Live Well Give Well event to be held from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2. in Spring.
The give back program will benefit New Danville and will be at the Benders Landing Estates Information Center, at 3440 Riley Fuzzel Road, according to a press release.
"The project has given the opportunity for our employees, affiliates and partners to become engaged, to take action and make a difference," said Chris Wren, president of LGI Land, in the release.
The Live Well Give Well Project was launched in September 2012 to build awareness, education and support for local charities. The company donates a minimum of $1,000 to a featured charity benefactor, with an additional donation of $1,000 for every sale made on the day of each event.
"We are very thankful for our strong partnership with Benders Landing Estates," said Sean-Michael Hazuda, executive director of the Montgomery County Food Bank, in the release. "Their commitment to our great community through generous donations to the Montgomery County Food Bank will help us feed thousands of children, adults and seniors for the holidays."
New Danville, the next featured charity, is a self-sustaining, master-planned, integrated community where adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities can live, learn and work.
Benders Landing Estates is an acreage homesite community located in Spring.
For more information, call 281-364-7440, or visit www.benderslandingestates.com/lwgw.
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