P.B. Bell raises $8,200 for local charity Treasure House

Posted 12/26/19

Scottsdale-based multifamily development, acquisition and management company, P.B. Bell, raised $8,200 for local charity Treasure House, a supportive living community for young adults with …

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P.B. Bell raises $8,200 for local charity Treasure House

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Scottsdale-based multifamily development, acquisition and management company, P.B. Bell, raised $8,200 for local charity Treasure House, a supportive living community for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

The funds for Treasure House were raised at P.B. Bell’s annual holiday event through fundraising efforts by the P.B. Bell holiday committee. Many generous vendors and businesses provided a variety of items to be raffled off to employees who purchased tickets during the event, according to a press release. P.B. Bell raised more money for charity during the event this year than ever before.

The items auctioned off included electronics such as televisions and Apple watches, sporting event tickets and autographed player memorabilia, staycations, airline tickets, Disneyland and Universal Studios passes, gift cards for dining, shopping and entertainment, and more.

“We always strive to give back to the community in any way we can, both during this giving season as well as all year round,” said R. Chapin Bell, CEO and president of P.B. Bell, in a prepared statement. “We are incredibly grateful to have such a devoted team that continues to propel both our mission and core values forward everyday. Our employees’ determination and goodwill are the reason we are able to give back to others in such big ways.”

For more information about P.B. Bell, visit pbbell.com.

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