WESTWOOD – Enduring communities join together during times of stress. Recently, many families across the state are facing challenges and hurdles – some due to the current economic conditions; some due to the trials of life. But, there are a lot of citizens who have decided to give back to their communities. In Westwood, it is no different.
Real estate agent, Tammy DeWolfe of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty, has participated in two recent charitable events. She recently rode in the National Multiple Schlerosis Society’s Ride the Vineyard which raised money for research, and a Habitat for Humanity home-building project in Needham. She see’s her participation as just one way to contribute. “We’ve all been touched by someone in need. As a real estate agent, I see people in times of great joy and times of difficult change. In my job and in my personal life, I want to try to help in any way I can.”
Giving back can be fun, as well as a true “family affair”. DeWolfe’s family joined her in the Ride the Vineyard fundraiser. “My husband and I saw this as a great opportunity to encourage the kids to be good citizens and neighbors – all while spending the day riding our bikes together! In this day and age of the ‘rat race’, we need to make time for each other.”
To read more about Tammy and her work, go to Tammy DeWolfe’s agent page.
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