HomeCharities & Fundraisers‘Easter in the Park’ Benefits Local Nonprofits

‘Easter in the Park’ Benefits Local Nonprofits

Dilbeck Real Estate recently delivered donations of $3,000 each to three local charities in culmination of the firm’s 26th annual “Easter in the Park” event in April at La Cañada Flintridge’s Memorial Park. Funds were gathered during the benefit from Dilbeck sales partners, clients and members of the community, and were donated to a trio of organizations that provide essential services to those in need:

  • Door of Hope aims to empower families facing homelessness so they can transform their lives. Door of Hope is one of the only homeless providers that can shelter any kind of family together in their own private unit, including single moms, single dads, and two-parent families together with their children.
  • Los Altos Auxiliary of Sycamores works to enhance the lives of the emotionally and physically abused boys, ages 6-18, living at the El Nido campus, a residential home in Altadena.
  • Grandview Foundation provides individualized drug and alcohol addiction treatment for Los Angeles residents (age 18 and older) who want to take control of their addiction.
    Mark Dilbeck, president of Dilbeck Real Estate, delivered the donation checks to representatives of each organization at the firm’s La Cañada Flintridge branch during a brief but cheerful ceremony on June 28.
    The “Easter in the Park” benefit had a record-breaking crowd this year, according to an event spokesperson, with more than 1,000 people in attendance to enjoy a variety of festivities and attractions. The event was created and managed by volunteers from Dilbeck’s agents and
    staff, primarily from the LCF branch. Hundreds of goodie bags were distributed to the children attending, who enjoyed live music, food, activities and a visit from the Easter Bunny.
    “Easter in the Park” is a long-standing and beloved tradition among Dilbeck families and reflects the company’s ongoing commitment to engaging and supporting local communities above and beyond our real estate services. To learn more about the Dilbeck Charitable Foundation, visit dilbeck.com/resources/charitable-foundation.
    With funds generated from both members and generous supporters within our community, the Sycamores have been able to help enrich the lives of the residents with large-scale campus improvements such as their first on-campus library, computer stations, a silk-screening business and an art center. Other Los Altos-funded projects, such as remodeled bathrooms and outdoor landscaping, have also increased the value of the property and the overall lifestyle on campus. losaltosauxiliary.org/

    About Dilbeck Real Estate

    Since 1950, Dilbeck Real Estate, a local and family-owned company, has enjoyed helping friends, neighbors and families create new beginnings and lasting memories. For generations,the firm has started lasting and trusted relationships with a handshake. From the beginning, Ray Dilbeck dreamed of a real estate company where every relationship is important. Dilbeck Real Estate was built one relationship at a time upon a commitment to superior service, honesty, integrity, and the value of home ownership and family. Today, Ray Dilbeck’s son, Mark Dilbeck, leads the firm and continues his father’s vision.Dilbeck provides residential sales and leasing, estate home sales, commercial sales and leasing, corporate sales, new home sales, and relocation services. Dilbeck operates out of 10 office locations across the Greater Los Angeles area, approximately 400 highly trained sales associates and about 40 staff members, including 10 marketing/technology specialists. Dilbeck handles nearly $1.3 billion in sales and 1,300 transaction sides each year. The firm’s community commitment lives on through the Dilbeck Charitable Foundation and the Operation Keys for Our Heroes program, as well as the ongoing local engagement by individual sales partners. More information is available on our website at dilbeck.com.
    First published in the July 6 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun.


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