This holiday season, Mayfair International Realty members, Diane Turton, Realtors joined forces with the Monmouth County Long Term Recovery Group (MCLTRG) and the Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group (OCLTRG) to launch Turton Toy Drive for Sandy Survivors, a toy and game drive benefiting the children impacted by Sandy in both Monmouth county and Ocean county.
The Turton Toy Drive was a complete success due to the support of all the Managers, Agents and Staff at Diane Turton, Realtors and their friends at the Jersey Strong Foundation.
The toys and games collected at the Diane Turton, Realtors Monmouth County offices are being distributed by the Monmouth County Long Term Recovery Group to Monmouth County families with children impacted by Hurricane Sandy. The toys and games collected at the Diane Turton, Realtors Ocean County offices are being distributed by the Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group to Ocean County families with children impacted by Hurricane Sandy.
“As a result of all of your efforts, there will be many children in the Ocean County area, who will have a wonderful Christmas”. Stanley Fischer, Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group
“The Monmouth County Long-Term Recovery Group is immensely grateful to Diane Turton Realtors for their commitment to helping their neighbors. Due to their generosity, hundreds of children in some of Monmouth County’s most affected neighborhoods received brand-new toys for Christmas”. Liz Shouvlin, Monmouth County Long Term Recovery Group
For over 27 years, Diane Turton has delivered a message of hope to less fortunate children through the collection of gifts by her real estate agents for children in need at Christmas. “This year we exceeded our collection expectations and were successful in making sure that the children of our own communities impacted by Hurricane Sandy have presents under their trees this Christmas”, said Diane Turton, President/Founder Diane Turton, Realtors. “These two non-profit organizations, MCLTRG & OCLTRG, have been very instrumental in helping New Jersey individuals impacted by Hurricane Sandy. I admire and applaud their efforts”.