On November 6th we held our annual Arrive Gives Back Warm Coat Drive in Oakland and Pleasanton. The results are in… Thanks to our community, we were able to collect more than 600 coats! This is what community looks like!!! We received fleeces, vests, leather jackets, sports team jackets, blazers, rain jackets, kids jackets and everything in between. The gently used and new coats have been sorted and donated to local charities, Hively and East Bay Agency for Children. They were blown away by the donations received and the outpouring of support from the community. Thank you to everyone who donated and a special thank you to our partners at Porky’s Pizza in Pleasanton, Red Boy Pizza of Oakland and Mat Dahms from State Farm Insurance.
At Arrive Real Estate Group we understand that it is a privilege and an honor to live in the communities that we serve. It is a core value and part of our mission as local business owners to create strategic partnerships within our community and seek out opportunities to give back and allow others to do the same. These partnerships allow us to serve our community in a different way. One that creates a positive effect on the place that we and so many of our clients call home. With expanded reach, community partnerships and email marketing our Annual Warm Coat drive continues to thrive. See you next year!
About Hively: Hively’s mission is to provide resources and support to ensure that everyone in the community can thrive. Formerly Child Care Links and Family Service Counseling and Community Resource Center, Hively provides children and families throughout Alameda County access to high-quality social services.
About East Bay Agency for Children: EBAC’s transformational programs help children, youth, and families recover from trauma; build upon existing resilience to protect against long-term harm from past or future exposure to adversity; and when possible, prevent exposure to adverse childhood experiences. EBAC’s eight distinct, direct service programs include two counseling programs; intervention services for pre-schoolers; five Family Resource Centers; a health and wellness center, and grief support, after school, and youth empowerment programs.