• Dilbeck is There to Care


    Dilbeck Real Estate Real Living held its Annual “Winter Charity Warm Clothing Drive” from November 16th through December 14th. Dilbeck Sales partners donated warm clothing and blankets to Union Station Homeless Services – an organization that supports and helps the homeless in Pasadena.

    The generosity from the Sales Partners from Dilbeck’s’ 14 offices throughout the San Gabriel and San Fernando Valleys was overwhelming. More than 27 oversized gift bags were filled to the brim with lots of warm clothing, blankets, socks and shoes for donation. Union Station representative, David Sensente, stated, “This is the biggest donation of clothing that I have ever seen this season.”

    Mark Dilbeck, President of Dilbeck Real Estate, holds this charity drive dear to his heart because of stories his father told of being cold as a child. Mark noted that “we continue this tradition of helping others in need that was started by my Dad” Ray Dilbeck, the founder of Dilbeck Realtors, and said “I’m proud of everyone on our team who continues to find ways to assist those in need.”

    Dilbeck Real Estate Real Living is a community of Real Estate professionals dedicated tomaking a difference with integrity, innovation, care and excellence.

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