Personal Property Managers of Doylestown, Bucks County, as part of its continuing commitment to the community it serves, is raising funds to help support our wounded Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
Personal Property Managers Co-founder and Doylestown native son, Nick Santoro is a decorated Marine who served 3 tours in support of our nation’s freedom. During his last tour, Nick was badly wounded, and suffered TBI, and was awarded the Purple Heart for his wounds.
Personal Property Managers is an avid supporter of the Bob Woodruff / Remind Foundation, which focuses its support for injured Veterans with TBI. The Woodruff Foundation is hosting its annual Stand Up for Heroes fundraising event in New York City on November 10th. To view a brief video of Nick Santoro and the Woodruff Foundation, click here.
Personal Property Managers will contribute funds to the Woodruff Foundation to help fellow Veterans like Nick, with TBI for each “Like Us” on its Facebook page. Simply click here to “Like Us” and each “Like” will mean more support for our wounded Veteran heroes.
Personal Property Managers (PPM) services all of Southeastern PA and NJ. PPM provides a one-stop solution for families in relocation and transition. It provides complete home downsizing and clean-out services; home content Estate Sales and Liquidation Services; full service Discount Real Estate Services and moving services.
Personal Property Managers also works with adult children and caregivers of elderly loved ones who need to transition from their home of many years into a senior community. It also works with families who are moving, relocating, divorcing, estate executors or people in need absentee home watch services and property management services. For more information, please visit Personal Property Managers at www.personalpropertymanagers.com, or call Joe Santoro or Nick Santoro at 215-485-9272
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