Charles Coleman, an Associate Broker with Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty at Liberty Station again has provided community services over the Holiday’s. He has been a broker in the Point Loma community for over 36 years and really enjoys doing community service.

Charlie with his wife Deb served over 1800 Thanksgiving dinners with the Salvation Army downtown at Golden Hall. He recently served over 90 dinners to the children at the Monarch School for the homeless downtown with his San Diego Kiwanis Club. He did Bell ringing at Vons in Liberty Station with the Salvation Army. He was accompanied by some of his fellow Kiwanis club members including good member Bill Gibbs who is 102 years of age with KUSI channel 9 doing an interview of this event. Last week he answered phones at Rady Children’s Hospital annual Radiothon where KXXY radio station broadcasted live for 2 days. Charlie not only answered calls from the public but he had a lot of friends call in and donated because it was posted on Facebook. Charlie says he gives back to his community through Kiwanis.

“I’m very proud of the community service that our Realtor’s are involved with. We all have a responsibility to help those less fortunate than us, and not just over the holidays because hunger doesn’t have a ‘season’. All 12 months of the year, you’ll find Charlie pitching in to give a helping hand to those who need it. I’m always amazed at the generosity of people. Thank you Charlie!” Brian Arrington, CEO


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