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Easter Seals partners with Century 21 Action Plus for mega raffle

As long-term community partners, Easter Seals New Jersey nonprofit organization and local Century 21 Affiliate, Century 21 Action Plus Realty are urging the community to participate in their annual fundraising raffle which will be held on Jan. 24. Funds raised will support New Jersey residents living with disabilities and special needs, with a special focus on military veterans in our community.

The fund-raiser event will be held from 3-6 p.m. at Season’s Coal Fired Bistro, 2200 Route 9 south, Howell; raffle drawing will be held at 5:30 p.m. Winner does not need to be in attendance.

Cost is $25 per ticket. First prize is 25 percent of the total proceeds; second prize is 15 percent of the proceeds; and third prize is 10 percent of the proceeds.

To purchase tickets that are on sale now, contact any of the Century 21 Action Plus Realty offices located in Freehold, Jackson, Howell or Millstone offices at 800-299-2129.

Easter Seals harnesses the power of the community and the generosity of donors and corporate sponsors like Century 21, to bring about real change in their local communities. With a mission that continues to touch more lives each and every day, the organization creates alliances with groups like the Easter Seals Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Community Services and organizational partners like the community-based and socially driven Action Plus Realty affiliate of Century 21.

For more than 30 years, the Century 21 System has been a philanthropic partner of Easter Seals nationally raising more than $111 million in support of children and adults with disabilities across the country. In 2014 alone thousands of CENTURY 21 franchise brokers and their agents nationwide helped raise over $2.8 million – 19 percent higher even than the previous year’s effort. Century 21 Action Plus Realty has been supporting their local Easter Seals affiliate for several years with community events like this upcoming raffle fundraiser. The community is encouraged to participate and join together in the mission to support New Jersey’s own living with disabilities and special needs.

About Century Action Plus Realty & Easter Seals New Jersey

Thomas Hogan is president/owner of independently owned and operated Century 21 Action Plus Realty with office locations in Freehold, Howell, Millstone and Jackson. Century 21 Action Plus Realty is established 25 years this coming April and prides itself with its continued success by affiliating with the finest professionals in the business and by one satisfied customer at a time. Action Plus Realty and their sales associates believe that there is no greater measure of success nor feeling of satisfaction than to give back to those in need. Their passion for assisting New Jersey residents with disabilities and/or special needs, as well as military veterans, is well served when working together with Easter Seals. “I am always amazed at the charitableness and passion of my sales associates and their core beliefs in giving back to those less fortunate. In addition, we are honored to do anything that might also support any military veteran in need, as there is no greater privilege than to be served and protected by our military,” Hogan said.

Easter Seals New Jersey is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that has enriched the lives of people living with disabilities and special needs, and those who care about them, by providing opportunities to live, learn, work, and play in their communities since 1948. Annually, nearly 8,000 people or families in New Jersey affected by developmental disabilities, including autism, physical disabilities, mental illness and other special needs participate in their programs designed to help them address life’s challenges and achieve their personal goals on the path toward independence.

For more information on Century 21 Action Plus Realty’s Raffle Fundraiser, call 800-299-2129 and for information on Easter Seals New Jersey and its statewide disability services, contact 732-257-6662 or visit www.eastersealsnj.org.

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