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Sunbelt Multifamily Advisory Group Donates $10,000 to Local Food Banks

Savannah Durban • 4/30/2020
Cushman & Wakefield’s Sunbelt Multifamily Advisory Group recently donated $10,000 to provide funding to local food banks in the markets that the group serves throughout the Sunbelt region. The funds were provided personally by members of the team.

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“During the expansion cycle we have been fortunate to experience success with our clients,” said Jimmy Adams, Vice Chair. “In the spirit of gratitude of their partnership, we want to show support to the communities where they own properties during this time when so many people are in need.”

The 10 organizations supported include:

  • Atlanta - Atlanta Food Bank
  • South Georgia - Second Harvest of South Georgia
  • Austin – Central Texas Food Bank
  • Birmingham – Feeding Alabama
  • Charlotte – Second Harvest
  • Charleston – Low Country Food Bank
  • Lexington – God’s Pantry
  • Nashville – Second Harvest
  • New Orleans – Second Harvest
  • Raleigh – Food Bank of Central and Eastern Carolinas

Thank you to the team for your generosity!

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