Lang Realty and Lang Management Collect More Than 7,400 Pounds of Food to Benefit Move for Hunger Lang Realty and Lang Management recently collected 7,413 pounds of food to benefit Move for Hunter, enough to provide 6,177 meals to those in need in this holiday season. Lang Realty collected nonperishable food items at each of its offices
from Port St. Lucie to Boca Raton. The company’s flagship affiliate, Lang Management, collected food at each of its three offices in Boca Raton, Palm Beach Gardens and Port St. Lucie, as well as in some of its managed communities including Valencia Bay and Valencia Cove.
“We are grateful for the support from all of our agents, support staff, and clients who helped make our 22nd annual food drive our most successful yet,” said Scott Agran, President, Lang Realty. “Unfortunately, this year, given the impact of the pandemic, the need is greater than ever.”
”Lang has a great team with a generous and giving spirit and with their donations and the help of many homeowners, we are proud to have made a positive impact in our community” said Cindy Saunders, HR Director for Lang Management.
The Move For Hunger Real Estate Program is an international network of socially responsible real estate professionals dedicated to ending hunger in the communities they serve. The organization’s mission is to utilize the resources of real estate professionals to increase awareness and fight hunger. Move for Hunger distributes the collected food items to shelters and food pantries in our local communities.
Lang Realty was established in 1989 and has grown from a modest start with three sales associates to become one of the top real estate companies in South Florida. The company has offices in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, Manalapan, Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter and Port St. Lucie.
Celebrating its 40th year in business, Lang Management specializes in the management of homeowners and condominium associations throughout Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast.