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A company's outreach efforts tend to reflect the values and preferences of it's owner. 
    

Bart has always striven to embrace the biblical principle, "to whom much is given, much is expected."

* His associations over the years, have included The Big Brothers Association of America, Special Olympics, YMCA/Camp Letts, the Humane Society of America, Patriot Guard Riders, Lions Clubs, Moose International, American Legion, and the Isaac Walton League.

* Currently, our company offers sponsorship for up to 3 local youth to play intramural sports, provides Thanksgiving meals for up to 3 families, and makes the meal and gift giving portion of Christmas possible for as many 3 local families (based on requests from clients, churches, and, law enforcement agencies).

* We also perform many free services (such as mowing and snow removal) for those hampered by medical issues, or otherwise not able to maintain their individual properties that reside at HOA Communities under contract with our company, and in 2011, we began offering each of our Community Boards $300.00 to assist a residing family with the gift giving part of Christmas.

* Recently, we've become a partner with the Milton Hershey School (where Bart was raised after his father was killed by a drunk driver), offering assistance to Alumni in need.

* This past fall, Bart attended a 5K run fundraiser at the Sandy Spring Friends School in
Olney, MD, that was hosted by the "Children's National Medical Center," and inspired by a little girl named Lexi (the daughter of a Mont. Co. Police Officer).
 
Lexi was diagnosed with
Stage 3 Hepatoblastoma (sub-type of liver cancer), and circum to her illness in the spring of 2010.

During this event Bart made a modest donation (and filled up on baked goods:).

After meeting with organization leaders, he decided to pledge 1% of our yearly earnings to this organization.

We're always open to requests and suggestions made by our clients that allow us to give back to those that employ us, as well as those less fortunate.


See page titled "Twin Ridge Cleanup Day."


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