NEWS

April 2018

Stamp Out Hunger!

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The Lowcountry Food Bank’s largest food drive of the year, the National Association of Letter Carriers' Stamp Out Hunger, will take place Saturday, May 12th! Volunteers are needed at post offices throughout our area to help unload and sort food donations as they come in. Individuals and groups welcome! Locations and times vary by post office, so please check the individual slot for details. Each post office will have a Lowcountry Food Bank staff member leading the group of volunteers. Volunteers should wear closed-toe shoes and comfortable clothing. Your support will help Lowcountry Food Bank collect over 100,000 pounds of donated food in one day.

For more information or to sign-up click here.

Proud Sponsor of the Sea Island Habitat of Humanity

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Ravenel Associates is proud to announce we are a Tier 1 sponsor for the Sea Island Habitat of Humanity’s National Women Build Week 2018. This week is meant to spotlight the homeownership challenges faced by women and invite them to devote at least one day to help families build strength, stability and independence through housing.

This year’s home is being built in the Heritage Oaks community on James Island. The proud new owner is Leland, a single father and hardworking employee of the Kiawah Island Community Association. The progress on this home is quite amazing. Follow along on Sea Island Habitat’s Facebook page or on their website at http://seaislandhabitat.org. Below is a picture of the Donor board posted at the jobsite. Our logo is also on the t-shirts worn by volunteers.

Ravenel Associates wouldn’t have been able to make this contribution if it wasn’t for all of our wonderful employees that make our continued growth and success possible.


Quickly improve your curb appeal

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Curb appeal can make all the difference when it comes to selling your home. Without it, buyers will lose interest before seeing the amazing features the inside of your home has to offer. The following slideshow from Bobvila.com helps identify ten common issues that may be hurting your curb appeal, most of which can be resolved quickly and at no cost.

Click here to view the slideshow.