North Atlanta Keller Williams Agent, Mary Ellen Vanaken Team Joins YMCA Annual Giving Campaign

WASHINGTON, D.C. – February 9, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — Community involvement is important to The Mary Ellen Vanaken Team of Keller Williams Realty North Atlanta as they have joined other agents, businesses and individuals to participate in the YMCA’s Annual Giving Campaign.

The YMCA organization believes that all people, especially children, deserve an equal chance to reach their full potential.

Not all people have the same opportunities to grown and learn. In fact, one in five children, adults and families that come to the Y need financial assistance to be a part of our impactful programs. Your support helps ensure that no one is turned away at the Y.

Children Reach High With The Forsyth County YMCA! This is why The Mary Ellen Vanaken Team has chosen to be a Y Champion for Forsyth County Georgia’s YMCA. For years Mary Ellen has been a part of the Y and have seen firsthand how the YMCA changes lives. From the after school programs to summer day camps the Y offers so much for so many. One of the favorite program at the Y is the Teen Program. Teen programs at the Y instill confidence and leadership skills that are critical for future success. With mentorship, leadership development, service opportunities, and exposure to higher education and career exploration, Y programs help teens build character, determination and communication skills, preparing them for college and career.

Mary Ellen Vanaken and her team have provided more YMCA campaign information on their website www.mevhomes.com and their blog page. They are encouraging all to support this fantastic community program!

About Mary Ellen
Mary Ellen Vanaken of Keller Williams Realty North Atlanta specialty is luxury homes in the North Atlanta communities of Alpharetta, Cumming, Roswell, Milton, Johns Creek and more.

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