CREW NETWORK PRESIDENT SMITH
PROCLAIMS 2009 YEAR OF THE MEMBER
By Denise Kahler, CREW Network Marketing and Communications Director
Edited by Tracy Ruff
While 2009 will no doubt be one of the toughest economic years many of us has
every experienced, know that CREW Network is putting all of its energy towards one
priority: your success. 2009 is the Year of the Member. Stay strong. Stay committed.
CREW Network is here for you.
During the recent Winter Meeting held in San Diego on January 30, 2009 CREW
BOARD MEMBERS Network President Jane Snoddy Smith asked CREW Network Delegates to take back
one message to their chapters: “There is never a cold call in CREW Network. “ And
with that simple message, Smith proclaimed 2009 the Year of the Member.
Patricia Marais With members facing one of the most difficult years in decades, CREW Network is
Commonwealth Architects working harder than ever to provide chapters and members with the tools, programs
President-Elect/ and services they need to be successful. President Smith’s goal is for every CREW
National Delegate Network member to be able to point to ways in which CREW Network, through its
Mary Katherine McGetrick programs, services and training, was able to make a difference in their individual
Williams Mullen careers and lives.
Delegates were reminded about the many programs currently offered through CREW
Old Republic Title Network including Chapter Visits that are available to chapters free of charge every
third year. Also in support of its chapter success, CREW Network hosts monthly
Treasurer Board Hosted Best Practices Calls that address leadership development, membership,
Andrea Harlow programs, sponsorship and more.
Immediate Past President/ CREW Network supports its members’ success through services such as the CREW
National Delegate Network Career Center, which provides members with access to positions with more
Brett McNamee than 4,700 of the industry’s premier real estate employers. Additionally, the Career
Divaris Real Estate Center allows members to manage job searches, post resumes and more.
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Timmons Group ** Notice **
Jodie Strum Items Needed for
John B Levy Co., Inc. Silent Auction to support Flagler Home
Laura Vtipil See page 13 for information
Va. Commonwealth Univ.
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(Continued from page 1) research that supports the careers of women in com-
mercial real estate and serves as a catalyst for positive
New this year, CREW Network will launch its 20th An- change in the industry.
niversary Professional Lecture Series. These monthly
presentations, delivered as either teleconferences or One session focused on “Meeting Leadership Chal-
webinars, will focus on leadership strategies and timely lenges in Uncertain Economic Times.” 2009 CREW
industry issues that provide key insights to help mem- Network Board members provided brief presentations
bers stay competitive. on:
Also new for 2009, CREW Network will roll out its Business Networking: Networking to show the
eMentoring program; an email-based program designed business value for your chapter and members.
to provide mentoring support to college age students Selecting good leaders: Identifying the right skills
and women considering a career change to commercial to build a strong leadership
real estate. Delegates were also introduced to CREW Membership: Strategies for continued growth to
Network’s newest networking tool called CREWnet. support your chapter’s good health
Sponsorship: Tips for encouraging local companies
Delegates were reminded about CREW Network’s ag- to see your value?
gressive industry research initiative. To date, CREW
Network has published its first benchmarking study in
A compilation of Best Practices collected from this sec-
2005 of the status and achievement of women in the
tion are posted on the CREW Network Web site in the
industry and is gearing up for its second study to be
published in 2010; a follow-up report titled “Minding Chapter Resources Section. Go to http://
the Gap,” that provides strategies for women to close www.CREWnetwork.org for the full article and addi-
the gap on the advancement and compensation dispari- tional information on useful services and tools avail-
ties that exist within the industry; a 2008 white paper able to CREW members.
providing an introduction to compensation in commer-
cial real estate; and a preview of CREW Network’s “You can count on CREW Network to make your job
most recent white paper (to be published in April 2009) easier this year.”
titled “Repositioning Your Career to Succeed in an Era
of Change.” CREW Network is committed to funding
SAVE THE DATE:
2009 CREW Network Convention & Marketplace
It is time to start thinking about the convention so you can book early to get
great deals on flights for the event happening from September 30 - October 3,
2009 in Boston, Massachusetts at the Hynes Convention Center.
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APRI L M EETI NG P REVI EW: W ESTCHESTER COMMONS—
W AT K I N S C E N T R E P R E V I E W
BY: DARLENE TEMPLE
Watkins Centre is a 640-acre mixed-use develop-
ment located at the intersection of Routes 288 and
60 in western Chesterfield County. State Senator
John Watkins and his family from Powhatan
County have owned the property since 1876. It is
the former site of Watkins Nursery which relo-
cated to Amelia County. When completed, Wat-
kins Centre will feature office, retail, light indus-
trial and residential components.
Westchester Commons is a retail component of
Watkins Centre. Sitting on 150 acres and slated to
boast approximately 1,000,000 square feet of retail
space, it is one of the largest retail developments in
the Richmond area. After much anticipation, sev-
eral stores have opened for business including Jo- Rob Hargett of Rebkee and Carey Euwer, Presi-
Ann Fabric and Crafts and Target which headlined dent and CEO of Metropolitan Partnership are
the first week in March. Other doors slated to open coming to speak regarding their roles and the par-
throughout March and April include Regal Cin- ticulars about the development of this monumental
ema, Gold’s Gym, PETCO and OfficeMax. Ac- project. Please mark your calendars and plan to
cording to Zaremba Group LLC, the developer of attend our meeting on Wednesday, April 15, 2009.
Westchester Commons, the center is currently 76
Another component of the Watkins Centre project
is the Shoppes at Westchester developed by
Rebkee. This is adjacent to Westchester Commons
and features 185,000 square feet of retail and DATE: April 15, 2009
60,000 square feet of office space. Some of the TIME: 11:30 am—1:00 pm
current tenants are SunTrust, CVS, and BB&T. PLACE: SunTrust Dining Room
Rebkee’s corporate office has moved to this loca- SPEAKERS: Rob Hargett & Cary Euwer
tion as well as Balzer & Associates, Gregg & Bai-
ley, Main Street Homes and Julian W. Black &
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M AY M E E T I N G P R E V I E W : B U I L D I N G THE N E W V M FA
BY: DEANN PANGBURN
We’ve changed our normal meeting date for a very Mr. Woodward has served as the Museum’s
special presentation! Join us on May 12th for an founding curator of African Art, a collection that is
update by Richard Woodward on the extensive one of the most comprehensive in the United
construction to remodel and expand the Virginia States and which will be installed in new, more
Museum of Fine Arts. Following a groundbreak- spacious galleries in late 2010 as part of the over-
ing in 2005 to add 165,000 square feet to the exist- all expansion project. He has held senior adminis-
ing space, construction has progressed towards trative positions in the Museum and is a frequent
anticipated completion in 2010. The goals of the speaker at arts organizations throughout the state.
expansion include creating a more welcoming
presence, opening the campus to Boulevard and Don’t miss this update on one of Richmond’s most
improving visitor amenities including a parking ambitious expansion projects.
deck that will double available parking at the Mu-
DATE: May 12, 2009
Mr. Woodward is the Senior Deputy Director for TIME: 11:30 am—1:00 pm
Architecture and Design, responsible for the over- PLACE: SunTrust Dining Room
sight of architectural planning, exhibition design SPEAKER: Richard Woodward
and production for the VFMA. His responsibilities
include the expansion project and upcoming rein-
stallation of the Museum’s collections. Since 1977,
C R E W F O U N D AT I O N : L I V E THE VISION—8,000 STRONG
BY: TRACY RUFF
CREW Foundation was started in 1988 to support ness regarding the value of giving to the Founda-
women in the commercial real estate field through tion to support “women today and opening doors
education and charitable programs. After 10 years, for women tomorrow.” They ask for each member
they continue to be a priority of CREW Network. to donate to CREW Foundation to create a mo-
They have set up many tools to assist their mem- mentous step towards the support of women in the
bers such as CREW CareerZone.org and CREW commercial real estate field. If you wish, you are
Careers. According to their website, since 1998, able to designate which initiative you wish your
more than $710,000 in grants has been awarded. donation be applied to. A letter from CREW Foun-
CREW Foundation continues to be strong in their dation is at the end of the newsletter for your refer-
endeavor but need the generosity of the members ence. If you would like additional information,
to help it remain sustainable. please go to http://www.CREWnetwork.org.
The Crew Foundation Message is simple this year:
Live the Vision and become one of 8,000.
Through the campaign they are increasing aware-
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FEBRUARY M EETI NG RECAP : JACKSON W ARD
RENAISSANCE—THE NEW URBANISM
BY: DEANN PANGBURN
Costos Canavos, Community Housing Officer with son Ward valued at $24.3 million, of which $6 mil-
Virginia Housing Development Authority and Ron lion was completed in 2008. Plans are in place to
Stallings, founder and President of Walker Row start or complete projects totaling $14 million in
Partnership, spoke at the February CREW lunch- 2009-2010. Phase I has been completed on ‘Jackson
eon to update us on the progress to restore the Commons’ at Jackson and Leigh Streets that will
“Heart of the Ward.” Costos provided an overview comprise 82 single and multifamily homes at com-
of the activities of the REACH Team and their im- pletion.
pact on the revitalization of Richmond properties.
REACH (Resources Enabling Affordable Commu- The Hippodrome Theatre and Elks Lodge Project in
nity Housing in Virginia) is VHDA’s initiative to the 500 block of Second Street will provide the criti-
serve the housing needs of Virginia’s diverse com- cal mass to create a destination location and will, as
munities. At the core of the initiative is a new team Stallings says “drive a historic entertainment renais-
of associates who have an array of skills and ex- sance” in the area. The theater will have flexible
perience within the housing and community devel- seating to accommodate different venues – 1,000
opment industry. standing general admission, 700 theater-style seats
or tables with chairs seating 450 patrons. Operating
A self-described “excited developer,” Stallings is the renovated theater will be the renowned ‘B.B.
enthusiastic about the projects completed over the King Blues Club & Grill’ organization. The Elks
last eight years and those currently underway in a Lodge is next door to the theatre and will be a com-
historic part of the City of Richmond, known as bination of neighborhood restaurant featuring live
Jackson Ward. His father was born in Jackson music every day with residential space on the third
Ward, bought his first property in the area in the floor. Stallings believes that this format will provide
1940s and eventually owned 110 properties in the much needed support to the Convention Center by
area. His goal was to provide decent housing and offering adjacent entertainment options to their pa-
he believed that the buildings in Jackson Ward trons. His goal is to leverage cultural tourism with
were “minor monuments to the people and lives history and food to create a dynamic entertainment
that came before.” Stallings’ vision for Jackson district with a strong residential connection.
Ward follows in the direction of his father’s goal.
It includes creating a destination ‘Cultural Historic This $12 million project will consist of 54% residen-
Neighborhood and Second Street Cultural Enter- tial space and 46% commercial space; generate 130
tainment District’ that will foster historic tourism. construction jobs and 82 direct jobs in the Theatre
and Elks Lodge facilities. VHDA provided the per-
Jackson Ward was known as the ‘Harlem of the manent financing through their SPARC and REACH
South’ in the 1930’s and is considered to be the programs while SunTrust lead the banking consor-
‘Birthplace of Black Capitalism.’ ‘The Deuce’, as tium to finance the construction. Stallings anticipates
Second Street was known, was the cultural heart of completing the legal and loan documents in the next
Jackson Ward, and the first chartered Black-owned sixty days with construction to take twelve months
bank in the world was opened in the W.W Browne with completion in early 2010. He is proud to con-
House. Since starting Walker Row Partnership in tinue “what my father started so long ago in Jackson
2000, Stallings has completed 54 projects in Jack- Ward.”
Thank you to our sponsors — VHDA andSimmons, Rockecharlie & Prince, Inc.
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MARCH MEETING RECAP: LAURA POSEY—SELLING IN A
BY: KIMBERLY ZIRKLE
How are we to succeed in our jobs in this econ- people make
omy? It is a tough question which we all have up 15% of
probably asked many times to ourselves and others the buyers.
lately. If you attended our March meeting you The second
were lucky enough to find out that you can still group is the
succeed in this economy. What do you need? The Consequence
right amount of common sense and hard work. On Avoiders.
March 18, we had the pleasure of hearing Laura These people
Posey, Vice President of Dancing Elephants are moti-
Achievement Group, present “Selling in a Slow vated by fear
Market.” Laura’s main topic was “How to Combat and make up the other 85% of the buyers. Conse-
the Recession Mindset.” In 30 minutes she was quence Avoiders think, “How do I not lose what I
able to show us the five basic motivations of our have gained over the years.” No matter how hard
buyers. you try, you will never get a Consequence Avoider
to become an Opportunity Seeker. Therefore, we
1. Achievement – people who like change, new need to just focus on the 15% of the people and
things, more money, bigger is better, want to be seek the people group that most matches our per-
more successful. sonalities. Can you imagine being an achievement
2. Recognition – people who like to be noticed, opportunity seeker working with a control conse-
like flash, want their name on the building, love quence avoider client? Yikes, the horror!!!! But
signage and are looking for “A-Class” space. we do this every day for years and wonder why we
aren’t moving forward as well as we had hoped.
3. Control – people who are small business own-
ers, don’t want to work for anyone but themselves,
Laura ended her presentation with three strategies
like to be in charge, very organized, are in control
to be able to sell more in any economy. First, fo-
of their time.
cus more. Find opportunity seekers whose person-
4. Affiliation – people who like to make other alities match yours. Define your business and
people happy. These people join groups, clubs, don’t waver. Remember that it’s easier to work
and organizations. with people when you have something in common.
5. Altruism – people who work solely for the Second, change your message. Tell people who
good of others. They donate anonymously. As your prospects are and who you work with. This
you can imagine, these people are hard to find. can quickly lead to referrals. Lastly, find new
tools. Where do your focus groups hang out? Find
Laura spoke about how every buyer motivation out and then JOIN IN!!!! Sites, such as Facebook,
group could be narrowed even further into two de- Twitter, and LinkedIn can be great sites for net-
fined groups. The first group is the Opportunity working. I think everyone in attendance left feel-
Seekers. These people are seeking to gain some- ing both motivated to network and also feeling
thing. They look at today’s economy and think it’s more confident to sell and be successful in this
a wonderful time to invest, buy and spend. These economy.
Thank you to our sponsors — Dominion Due Diligence and Fulton Bank
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C R E W R I C H M O N D M E M B E R S AT T E N D G O R E D L U N C H E O N
BY: GEN DYBING
Ten CREW members attended this Year’s Go Red portance of
for Women Luncheon at the Marriott Hotel on diet in main-
February 19, 2009. The Luncheon was preceded taining a
by a well-stocked silent auction. Jane Sper won a healthy heart.
restaurant package for dining in the Fan and a She told us of
$250 gift certificate for Puritan Cleaners. Patricia her father’s
Marais won an Annual Family Membership to premature
CMOR (Children’s Museum of Richmond). The death from
Program was emceed by Daphne Maxwell Reid, heart disease
co-founder of New Millenium Studios in Peters- and how it
burg and television actress. Virginia’s First Lady motivated her to eat healthy herself and to go on a
Anne Holton was the Honorary Chair and Anne mission to make sure everyone else had this vital
Marie Whittemore of McGuire Woods was the health information.
Luncheon Chair of the event.
Everyone agreed that it was a good idea to bring so
Tami Hulcher, CNC a/k/a “The Queen of Health,” many women together to focus on this important
was a speaker. Ms. Hulcher entertained the large health topic. It was also good fun.
group while presenting a brief program on the im-
2009 CREW RICHMOND MEMBERSHIP
Title/Escrow 11% Architecture, 5% Brokerage/Institutio
nal Lending, 9%
Sales, 6% Construction,
Property Mgmt/ Consulting, 6%
Leasing, 16% Corporate Real
Law, 9% Environmental, 9%
Interior/ Space Finance, 9%
CREW Richmond currently has 66 members. Our membership is distributed across various real
estate professions as shown by the chart by the professional specialty. This number reflects only
the current members with their 2009 dues paid in full.
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ASHLEY W ILLI AM S, CREW RI CHM OND SCHOLARSHI P
BY: DEANN PANGBURN
As part of CREW Richmond’s ongoing support of is also a member of Rho-Epsilon Real Estate Fra-
the Real Estate Program at VCU, Ashley Williams ternity and The International Honor Society Beta
was selected as the recipient of ‘The Marcy Hand- Gamma Sigma.
shaw Memorial Scholarship.’ Ashley is a senior
majoring in Real Estate and has worked at With a 3.6 GPA, this dean’s list student is focused
Randolph-Macon College as a Communications on finding a challenging position in the real estate
Officer since 2006. She acts as a dispatcher for the world after graduation. CREW Richmond is proud
Campus Security Office, processes student ID to support such a deserving young woman on her
cards and reacts to emergency requests from the road to success!
college community and outside callers.
A note from Ashley is attached. Please seek her
When asked about her hobbies, Ashley responded out at future meetings to introduce yourself and
that she doesn’t really have time for extracurricular make her feel welcome.
activities with her studies and work schedule. In
addition to the demands of college and work, she
CREW NETWORK SCHOLARSHIP
BY: GAIL S. AYERS, CREW NETWORK CEO, CREW FOUNDATION PRESIDENT
The deadline to submit an application for the ited real estate program, but where the applicant is
CREW Network Scholarship has been extended to enrolled in business, finance, architecture, engi-
April 30, 2009. This is your chance to encourage neering, or other related field of study where it is
the next generation of leaders in commercial real the applicant's intent to pursue a career in commer-
estate. CREW Network will award up to ten cial real estate. The applicant must be of junior or
$10,000 scholarships in 2009 based on academic senior standing during the 2009/2010 academic
excellence to help finance the educational endeav- year. The applicant must have maintained a mini-
ors of female undergraduate students enrolled in mum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
accredited real estate programs. Each scholarship
recipient will also be provided a paid internship at Please forward this scholarship information to any
a commercial brokerage firm. of your colleagues and associates who might know
of qualified applicants. We will now be accepting
Eligibility Requirements: The ideal candidate will applications until Thursday, April 30, 2009.
be a female enrolled as a full-time undergraduate More detailed information about the scholarship
student at a college or university with an accred- requirements can be found on our web page: http://
ited real estate program. Applications will also be crewcareerzone.org.
considered if the applicant is a female enrolled as a
full-time undergraduate student at an accredited
college or university that does not have an accred-
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NEW MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: KIM BRUFFY, CID
Kim is the Director of Business Development at Kim is involved with the
HKS, Inc, a large international architecture firm. Greater Richmond Chamber
She leads the Mid-Atlantic States effort in tracking of Commerce - Chairman’s
project opportunities, coordinating HKS global Circle Member, Society of
resources, and nurturing client relationships for the College and University Plan-
mid-Atlantic region including the Richmond, VA ners, Virginia Economic De-
and Washington, DC offices. Her market sectors velopment Association, and
include government, commercial mixed use, cor- is a board member of Henrico
porate, hospitality, sports and entertainment, County SEAC (Special Edu-
healthcare, and education. Over the last eighteen cation Advisory Committee).
years as an interior designer, she has designed and She enjoys playing volleyball
managed project for corporations, local and state at RVC riding roller coasters with her husband and
government, higher education, and historic renova- two daughters, playing golf, and chocolate.
D E A L D I VA S
Kathy Ivins has been named to the “Most Influen-
tial Women of Virginia” List. Virginia Lawyers
Weekly recognizes professional women in Vir-
ginia for outstanding achievements and leadership
in all fields, including law, business, health care,
and education. A celebration will be held in May
at the Jefferson to honor those women chosen who
are making notable contributions.
H A P P Y 5 T H A N N I V E R S A RY
WI TH CREW RICHMOND
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C O M M U N I T Y S E R V I C E N E W S : S I L E N T AU C T I O N I T E M S
BY: CONNIE NIELSEN
This year CREW Richmond is teaming again with GRACRE in a Joint Social that will be held in June. It
has always been well attended and enjoyed by all. This event will be the main CREW Richmond fundraiser
for the Flagler Home. In the past we have simply held a raffle for a David Yurman bracelet. This year we
wanted to step it up a bit so we have decided to have a raffle and a silent auction at the event.
We are currently soliciting contributions for the silent auction. If you have or know someone who has
items or services which can be donated, i.e. architectural services, sporting events, restaurant certificates,
legal work, artwork, getaways, jewelry, etc., please contact them and see if they would be willing to donate
it to a wonderful cause. They can get some advertising exposure since the company and contact names will
be listed at the function and sent out to the various groups when bidding opens. A full wish list of items
and already contributed items is included at the end of the newsletter. We have also included information
to help you explain who the auction is supporting and a form to fill out for the contributor and for our re-
cords. Please go out drum up some great donations and be creative. Pick-up of an item can be arranged
through the committee. Please contact anyone on the committee if you have any questions.
We will again be doing the back-to-school backpacks in August and the stockings in December for the
Flagler children. Kimberly Tucker, the director of the Flagler program, indicated that in years past what
CREW Richmond has done in the way of contributions was a blessing and not counted on in their budgets.
Unfortunately with the current economy, a lot of their funding has been cut or reduced and they will need
our contributions to continue to succeed and assist their families in need.
Community Service Members:
Meaghan O’Brien (VHB) – MOBrien@vhb.com
Debbie Reading, chair (Dunlap Partners) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Allison Domson (Williams Mullins) – email@example.com
Bridget Goggins (Taylor Long) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Connie Jordan Nielsen – email@example.com / 804-697-3569
René Shepperson (SunTrust) – firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking for interesting features for the newsletter. Are you working on a project or
have a change in position that you would like to share with the rest of the members? Please
contact DeAnn Pangburn (email@example.com) or Tracy Ruff
(firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have an idea or would like to submit an article.
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Thank you to our Vendor Sponsors:
Thank you to our 2009 Program Sponsors:
Dominion Due Diligence
Simmons, Rockecharlie, & Prince, Inc.
For more information about sponsorship, please contact Karen Frye, Fulton Bank at
(804) 565-4422 / email@example.com or Kristen Heckman, Fulton Hill Properties
at (804) 226-4555 / firstname.lastname@example.org
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Monthly Luncheon Program: Westchester Commons,
Watkins Centre—Wednesday, April 15, 11:30 am—1:00
Location: SunTrust Dining Room
Monthly Luncheon Program: Building a New VMFA with
Richard Woodward—Tuesday, May 12, 11:30 am—1:00
DeAnn Pangburn, Chair Location: SunTrust Dining Room
Membership Social: Thursday, May 28, 5:00 —7:00 pm
Debbie Reading, Chair
email@example.com Joint Social, Information TBA
Sandy Whitehead, Chair Dine Around: Wednesday, July 15—closed meeting
Monthly Luncheon Program: TBA, Wednesday, August
Lala Korall-Kadycz, Co-Chair 19, 11:30 am—1:00 pm
firstname.lastname@example.org Location: SunTrust Dining Room
Christina Roeschell, Co-Chair
Monthly Luncheon Program: Forest City with Deddie
Ratner Salzberg, Wednesday, September 16, 11:30 am—
Sponsorship 1:00 pm
Kristen Heckman, Chair Location: SunTrust Dining Room
SEPTEMBER 30—OCTOBER 3
2009 CREW Network Convention & Marketplace
http://www.CREWrichmond.org Location: Boston, Massachusetts
E-mail address: To help with or provide information for the Newsletter, please
email@example.com contact DeAnn Pangburn at (804) 545-7544 /
Silent Auction Donations for Flagler Home
CREW Richmond is holding a Silent Auction to raise money for Flagler Home. The auction will take place
in June at the Joint Social held with GRACRE and SOIR. This will be our major fundraiser for the Flagler
Home for the year.
Flagler Home is located at St. Joseph’s Villa on Brook Road in Richmond, Virginia. It was the first
transitional housing program of its kind in Virginia. It includes a comprehensive program that successfully
empowers and transitions homeless families with children into permanent housing. It is achieved by direct
delivery of individualized education, developmental and psychological services through on-campus
residential and off-campus services. The program provides services to more than 60 adults and 100
children at any given time, this relates to 26 families on and 24 off campus. The home has served more
than 600 families which includes more than 590 mothers and 1,200 children since its inception in 1989.
Please fill out the information below if you have an item you wish to donate. All items are tax
deductible . The company and contact names will be listed at the event as a contributor. If you have any
questions, please contact Debbie Reading at dreading@dunlappartners.
Thank you for your donation and support of the Flagler Home.
CREW Silent Auction Item/ Service Donation CREW Silent Auction Item/ Service Donation
for Flagler Home for Flagler Home
Retail Value: Retail Value:
Pick Up Date: Pick Up Date:
Specific Information/ Instructions: Specific Information/ Instructions:
Member Initials: Date: Member Initials: Date:
Member Pick Up: Date:
Donator's Receipt CREW Receipt