Share The Love – Valentine’s Day Philantrophy

WheelHouse Team Shares the Love With Local Retirement Community

Columbus, Ohio – February 13, 2017 – Philanthropy and community involvement plays a major role for the WheelHouse team of MCS Mortgage Bankers, Inc. It’s no surprise the team collaborated with Superior Title and Better Homes and Garden Real Estate to deliver a special surprise to Ohio Living Westminster Thurber in Columbus, Ohio.

On February 13, 2017, the WheelHouse team, along with Pam Hall from Superior Title and Sam Miller with Better Homes and Garden Real Estate wrapped up 125 roses for Valentine’s day to share the love with the residents at the Victorian Village Retirement Community. Roses were generously discounted by Doran Engel and Ray Valentine, local florists in Columbus area.

Robert Livingston, Sales Manager with the WheelHouse Team of MCS Mortgage Bankers, Inc. stated,”Giving back to our community means a lot to our team. As residents of Short North Arts District, we thought it would be a great way to share the love with Westminster-Thurber. We had such a great time delivering roses and it meant a lot to us to see the smiles on the resident’s faces.”

The team gathered early Monday morning to wrap up 125 roses and were welcomed by Jamie Hobson, Director of Program Services at Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber. They spent the next 2 hours chatting away with residents and handing out roses to all of the community residents.

“When I was asked if I’d like to volunteer for this charitable event, I couldn’t begin to tell you how excited I was. I immediately called my dear friends Doran and Ray who helped provide roses at a discounted price. It’s amazing how many people are willing to come together to give back to our community,” said Pam Hall, owner of Superior Title.

The team plans to seek out other community events through out the year and hopes to plan a visit back to Westminster-Thurber before the end of the year to spend time with the residents again.

Want to read more about how we get involved in our local community? Read our Honor Thy Educator event.