Realty of Chicago to Give Away 1,000 School Supplies at Back-to-School Event

Back to School!

As the first day of school rapidly approaches, Realty of Chicago prepares to help one thousand children get ready to go back to school.

Realty of Chicago will be hosting its 4th Annual Back to School Giveaway, an event designed to provide low-income families with necessary items. They will give backpacks filled with school supplies to 1,000 children.

Realty of Chicago brought together a strong group of sponsors to make this great event possible. They include Dr. Blanca Murillo D.D.S. who will be giving students toothbrushes and dental care supplies, Strive Dance Company, which will donate a free dance class to each student and Paisans Pizzeria, who donated 25 of their delicious pizzas for the participants.

The free event is open to all families. Children must be present to receive supplies, and parents must accompany.

The event will take place at Realty of Chicago - 6619 West Cermak Road, Berwyn, and Realty of Chicago - Pilsen 1118 West 18th Street, Chicago, starting at 4 p.m.

Eduardo Garcia, president and CEO of Realty of Chicago, said that this event is a fulfillment of the mission to give back to the community that made ROC such a success.

"We invest in our young people because they are our future leaders," Garcia said in a statement. "By providing school supplies, we do our small part in helping them become successful students. With their education they can live their dreams and make our community better."

Realty of Chicago is a full-service Real Estate firm that is home to the Chicago Association of Realtors' Managing broker of the year, 2015 and Top 1 percent Producers. It plays a vital role in the Berwyn and Cicero community by hosting an Annual Back to School Giveaway, Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway and gives Scholarships to local undocumented students.  

Media Contact: Esmeralda Castro 312.505.5214 

Source: Realty of Chicago


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