The Dilbeck Real Estate Real Living Burbank office had a successful food drive on July 20. Members were able to contribute over 12 baskets of food for the Burbank Temporary Aide center. BTAC strives to help create a community where the poor and working poor are able to access the resources and services they need to move from poverty to self-sufficiency, and to live free of hunger, homelessness and despair.
Each year Dilbeck sales partners canvas their geographic spheres reminding people that, “hunger doesn’t take a summer vacation.”
“The community comes to expect this food drive and always responds with an awesome response,” said Eric Benz, branch manager of the Burbank office.