At Old Colony, being a part of the community means more than just providing professional real estate services. Our company and associates are involved in activities and organizations dedicated to making our communities better places to live.
The East End's biggest annual event. This is one of the most popular community events in Charleston.
Supporting the mission to promote CAMC's delivery of excellent and compassionate health services, and its contribution to the quality of life and vitality of the region.
Friends of the Cheat supports the preservation of the Cheat Canyon and encourages land use that protects sensitive wildlife habitat.
Sponsorships of local Little League teams in the community is vital to the financial health of many local Little Leagues in the area. The funds from these sponsorships help pay the significant costs involved in the annual activities of a local Little League.
The Financial Assistannce fund is the foundation on which the Tri-County YMCA accomplishes its mission of building strong kids, strong families and strong communities. It strengthens the YMCA’s ability to provide values-based programs and activities to families regardless of their ability to pay. Contributions to the Annual Financial Support Campaign help the YMCA respond to the needs of individuals by creating opportunities to participate in programs that build healthy minds, spirits and bodies.
Summer is the time for kids to get up, get out and grow. But for some kids, exposure to activities that stimulate the body and mind ends with the school year. In fact, research shows that kids are prone to gain more weight and fall behind in studies. Healthy Kids Day, a national initiative to improve the health and well-being of kids.
Each year, in conjunction with the Sales Associates in our Hurricane Office, Old Colony provides Math scholarships to local High School Seniors. By investing in our children, we invest in the future growth of our communities.
The Red Cross was founded on the simple idea of neighbors helping neighbors in time of need. The Red Cross brings more than 50 years of blood collection and transfusion experience, deep community connections and a network of nationwide resources.
Branches is a non-profit agency providing shelter to women, children, and men who are victims of domestic violence. The shelter offers residents the chance to rest and heal in a safe environment with help from staff of both professionals and trained volunteers who help to assess the victim’s situations, examine alternatives, and establish plans of action designed to deal most effectively with the violent relationships from which they have fled.
Begun as only a dream in 2000, the WVBG is on its way to becoming a reality on the 82-acre former Tibbs Run Reservoir property off the Tyrone Road in Monongalia County, WV. The former 15-acre basin will be transformed into two smaller pools with islands and aquatic plant displays. The old water works, still present, will stand as a link to the past.