Folsom Neighborhood Donates Hundreds of Pounds of Food to Twin Lakes Food Bank

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage agent Kimberly Wood goes door to door collecting food for those in need

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, the leading provider of real estate services in Northern California, announced today that Kimberly Wood, a sales associate in its El Dorado Hills office, has collected more than 250 bags of food donated by residents of Folsom.  The food will be delivered to the Twin Lakes Food Bank this week.

Wood recently went door to door in the Empire Ranch neighborhood, inviting residents to donate food for the upcoming holidays.  The Raley’s Supermarket in El Dorado Hills graciously donated more than 250 bags for the collection, which were completely filled by generous neighbors.

“Most of the residents of Empire Ranch moved into the neighborhood together a few years ago when the development was brand new,” said Wood.  “It is wonderful to see them come together with such a strong sense of community and a desire to help those who would otherwise go without this holiday season.  This is a true example of being a good neighbor.”

This is the sixth year in a row that Wood has participated with collections for local food banks and she says she will continue the tradition in the future.  She has been a top producing real estate agent for the past five years and specializes in residential sales in Sacramento and El Dorado Counties.  She can be reached at the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage El Dorado Hills office located at 3941 Park Drive, Suite 80, or by phone directly at 916.801.9433.

 

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