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Sentry Management Participates in Denver Community Outreach

Sentry Management, the leader in homeowner and condominium association management in Denver, is always looking for ways to “give back” to the communities and neighborhoods we serve. This year the Sentry Denver office participated is the “Socks for Denver” program that it hosted in conjunction with Emerson Uptown Lofts. There is a need, especially in cold months, for warm clothes to be donated to disadvantaged individuals in Denver metropolitan area. In particular, there is always a drastic shortage of socks. Socks may seem like an insignificant clothing item, but the majority of a person’s body heat is lost through the top of their heads and the soles of their feet.

The Emerson Uptown Lofts HOA offered to partner with Sentry to place a collection point in their lobby where residents donated socks to the homeless through several prominent charity organizations. This program resulted in hundreds of pairs of socks being collected making a big difference locally to those in need. We salute Emerson residents for being such thoughtful and involved community members.


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