LAH Gives Back


 

 

Alabama Chained Dogs

At LAH Mountain Brook, Dionne Lovett, LAH real estate agent, and Jimbo Moore, broker at the LAH Mountain Brook office, presented a check to Cornelia Jones at Alabama Chained Dogs as part of our on-going program of giving back to the community in which we live, play, work and sell. Maurice began a program in which he asked the LAH associates including staff, agents, owners and brokers what charities they wanted the company to help support. Currently we support 40 charities and we feel honored to give back to our communities…

Alabama Chained Dogs & Rescue is an all-volunteer effort to help families unchain their dogs by providing fencing or roomy kennels so
that dogs are free to run and play. Alabama Chained Dogs helps to provide assistance with spay and neuter, dog houses, flea medicine,
food, and supplies. When a family can no longer care for their dog, we will advocate for the dog to find him a rescue or new home. To
read more and find out more about what you can do, click here

Dionne Lovett, Cornelia Jones and Jimbo Moore

 

 

Two By Two

At LAH Mountain Brook, Debbie White, Corporate Liaison Director, and Rebecca Hardwick, LAH real estate agent, presented a check to Debbie Vines at Two by Two Animal Rescue as part of our on-going program of giving back to the community in which we live, play, work and sell. Maurice began a program in which he asked the LAH associates including staff, agents, owners and brokers what charities they wanted the company to help support. Currently we support 40 charities and we feel honored to give back to our communities…

Two by Two Animal Rescue is a 501 C (3) not-for-profit, no-kill organization. We began in 2002 when Sonya King began feeding strays in Old Town Helena. She noticed another concerned citizen had been leaving food for them too and placed a note in a bowl. The note was found. They met and combined their efforts to rescue the many stray dogs dodging traffic. Their work continues today on a grander scale, striving to save the lives of unwanted, abused, and abandoned animals. Two by Two’s goal is to care for these rescues until they find their forever homes, and educate the public about responsible pet care. To read more and find out more about what you can do, click here

Debbie White, Debbie Vines and Rebecca Hardwick

 

 

Wish 2 Enrich

At LAH Homewood today, Coke Williams, broker, Michael Thomason, LAH real estate agent, and Maurice Humphries, owner and President of LAH, presented a check to Zach White of Wish 2 Enrich as part of our on-going program of giving back to the community in which we live, play, work and sell. Maurice began a program in which he asked the LAH associates including staff, agents, owners and brokers what charities they wanted the company to help support. Currently we support 40 charities and we feel honored to give back to our communities…

After several years of running a successful early childhood enrichment program called Soccer Shots in Birmingham, Alabama, Zach White founded Wish 2 Enrich. Zach learned that many young children who would benefit from his enrichment program were unable to participate due to various hardships. Zach and his team began to think of ways to offer scholarships to these children, based on recommendations from program providers, teachers, daycare directors, and school counselors. Wish 2 Enrich partners with pre-schools, daycares, Mother’s Day Out, after-school programs, and other organizations to ensure that children with hardships have the opportunity to be involved in any enrichment activity they desire. To read more and find out more about what you can do, click here

Coke Williams, Michael Thomason, Zach White and Maurice Humphries

 

Open Hands Overflowing Hearts

At LAH Mountain Brook today, Jimbo Moore, LAH broker, and Christy Trotter, LAH real estate agent, presented a check to Kayla Funk of Open Hands Overflowing Hearts as part of our on-going program of giving back to the community in which we live, play, work and sell. Maurice Humphries, President of LAH Real Estate, began a program in which he asked the LAH associates including staff, agents, owners and brokers what charities they wanted the company to help support. Currently we support 40 charities and we feel honored to give back to our communities…

From the very beginning of Kayla’s childhood cancer journey, it was evident that funding for pediatric cancer research is severely lacking. Immediately it became Kayla’s passion to change that. Open Hands Overflowing Hearts was founded by Kayla in 2014 in an effort to raise awareness of this horrific disease that affects so many children and families and more importantly to raise funds so that one day there will be a end to childhood cancer. Kayla will do anything to end childhood cancer. She is pursuing her dreams by attending Auburn University this year and taking on the task of raising awareness and funding, all while continuing to fight Neuroblastoma. To read more and find out what you can do, click here

Jimbo Moore, Kayla Funk and Christy Trotter

Jimbo Moore, Kayla Funk and Christy Trotter

 

KultureCity

At LAH Mountain Brook today, Kim Mangham-Barelare, LAH real estate agent, and Maurice Humphries, owner and President of LAH, presented a check to Diane Zaragoza from Kulturecity as part of our on-going program of giving back to the community in which we live, play, work and sell. Maurice Humphries, President of LAH Real Estate, began a program in which he asked the LAH associates including staff, agents, owners and brokers what charities they wanted the company to help support. Currently we support 40 charities and we feel honored to give back to our communities…

Kulturecity is an impact driven non-profit with the mission to create a world where all individuals with autism and their families can be accepted and treated equally. We believe that these children are not limited by their diagnosis and deserve a future without limits. To read more and find out what you can do, click here

Kim Mangham-Barelare, Diane Zaragoza and Maurice Humphries

Kim Mangham-Barelare, Diane Zaragoza and Maurice Humphries

 

ASPCI

LAH Mountain Brook: Today, Dana Ellison, LAH real estate agent, and Debbie White, LAH Corporate Liaison Director, presented a check to Barbara Wallace, President of ASPCI, as part of our on-going program of giving back to the community in which we live, play, work and sell. Maurice Humphries, President of LAH Real Estate, began a program in which he asked the LAH associates including staff, agents, owners and brokers what charities they wanted the company to help support. Currently we support 40 charities and we feel honored to give back to our communities…

ASPCI is a non-profit animal welfare organization that has no geographical borders when it comes to saving the lives of dogs and cats in certain situations. To donate or read more about how you can help ASPCI, They receive no government funding and are dependent on donations of caring people, grants from foundations, fundraising events and adoption fees for funding.  ASPCI currently manages five (5) animal welfare programs.  These programs are only doable by working with committed volunteers, foster homes, local veterinarians and other supporters in the community.  The programs are foster care for dogs, pet adoption events, animal rescue, a managed admission program and SNAP. To read more and to find out what you can do, click here

Barbara Wallace - ASPCI

Dana Ellison, Barbara Wallace and Debbie White

 

Camp Winnataska

At LAH Mountain Brook, Roger Conville and Jimbo Moore presented a check to Barbara Sloan, development director for Friends of Camp Winnataska, as part of our on-going program of giving back to the community in which we live, play, work and sell. Maurice Humphries, President of LAH Real Estate, began a program in which he asked the LAH associates including staff, agents, owners and brokers what charities they wanted the company to help support. Currently we support 40 charities and we feel honored to give back to our communities.

Located 30 miles from Birmingham, AL, Camp Winnataska has been open since 1918. The camp’s mission is to:
further the physical, spiritual, emotional, and mental welfare of children and adults; promote love for nature and the benefits of outdoor living; encourage individual skills through personal and group effort; instill values, responsibility, sportsmanship, and citizenship; develop character; provide campers meaningful experiences that help them excel as they grow.

To read more about Camp Winnataska, click here

Roger Conville, Barbara Sloan and Jimbo Moore

Roger Conville, Barbara Sloan and Jimbo Moore

LAH associates that are Camp Winnataska alumni

Ginger Brown, Roger Conville, Barbara Sloan, Mary Putman, Dana Brown, Kathy O’Rear, Walter LaGroue

 

Kellypalooza:

The 4th annual Kellypalooza Festival at the Williams Farm in Ohatchee, Alabama will feature music from Willie Sugarcapps, Banditos, Locust Fork Band, Allen Thompson Page, Lamont Landers Band, and Furious George! Gates open at 11 am. Music starts at 12:30. Camping is encouraged and coolers are welcome!

When: October 15 – October 16

Where:  80 Macon Quarter Ln, Ohatchee, AL 36271 – The Williams Farm

Benefiting the Community Food Bank of Central Alabama

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ATeam Ministries:

Today at the LAH Homewood office, Billy Wade and Coke Williams presented a check to Andy and Jan Thrower of the ATeam Ministries. Maurice Humphries, President of LAH Real Estate, began a program in which he asked the LAH associates including staff, agents, owners and brokers what charities they wanted the company to help support. Currently we support 40 charities and we feel honored to give back to our communities.

On January 6, 2009, Andy and Jan Thrower were thrown into the formidable world of childhood cancer as their 16-month-old son, Anderson, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, ALL. During Anderson’s taxing treatments of monthly chemo injections, weekly lab work, and daily oral treatments, the Throwers’ eyes were opened to the deep needs of families who found themselves living in the same life-altering world of pediatric oncology or hematology-related diseases. Inspired by their first-hand experiences, the Throwers sought a way to minister to these deserving families.

To read more about ATeam Ministries click here 

Coke Williams, Billy Wade, Jan Thrower, Andy Thrower

Coke Williams, Billy Wade, Jan Thrower, Andy Thrower

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Yellow Ribbons symbolize Childhood Cancer Awareness month

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