Sentry Management, Inc. a leader in the HOA Management field is always looking for ways to give back to the community. This year the employees of Sentry’s Phoenix Division joined forces with the employees of Carpenter, Hazelwood, Delgado & Wood, PLC and hosted a special “Spring Fling Drive” to support the Fans Across America Charitable Foundation for the many homeless-poverty level students and families. The fundraiser was a success as we were able to raise and donate kids swim wear, suntan lotion, flip flips and beach towels to be used for the Arizona summer swim program. The items were greatly appreciated by the Board of Fans Across America and brought smiles to the faces of the program’s children!
Sentry has been an active partner with The Fans Across America® Charitable Foundation, an all-volunteer 501 (C) (3) tax-exempt organization, that provides much needed assistance with daily living necessities to families with seriously ill and special needs children, homeless families in transition and inner city, homeless students in Chandler, Gilbert and Tempe.
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