- Covid-19 Will Not Get In The Way Of Giving Back This Holiday Season -
Anna Maria Island, FL, December 16, 2020 – Due to Covid-19, The Chiles Group has decided to cancel the annual Christmas party, which benefits underprivileged children. Instead, The Chiles Group purchased toys and delivered them to RCMA last week. All Future donations will used to go towards educational items.Instead, The Chiles Group will be donating educational supplies to the Redlands Christian Migrant Association (RCMA). The RCMA provides early childhood education, wifi access, and health care to migrant children.
The Chiles Group is asking the community to join them in helping the cause. Contributions can be made by check, payable to Dine on Pine, where 100% of the proceeds go directly to the RCMA to brighten the future for children in need.
“We would like to thank the community for its ongoing support over the years of our annual Christmas party benefiting underprivileged children,” commented Ed Chiles, Owner of The Chiles Group. “Due to Covid-19, we have had to cancel our annual Lawton Chiles Christmas party, but this will not stop our efforts to help those less fortunate and we hope you join us, and do the same, by making a donation.”
To help make an impact this holiday season for those less fortunate, please make checks payable to Dine on Pine and mail to PO Box 1478, Anna Maria, FL 34216.
About Redlands Christian Migrant Association
The Redlands Christian Migrant Association helps more than 6,500 children in migrant working and low-income families. The RCMA aims to provide quality child care, education, and resources for some of Florida’s most vulnerable children and their families. The RCMA takes a holistic approach that cares for the entire child – including a helping hand for their parents, early childhood education, health care assistance, supplying WiFi hotspots and tablets for homework, and much more.
About The Chiles Group
Founded in 1979 on the values of sustainability and eco-consciousness, The Chiles Group has grown to three waterfront restaurants, an organic farm with 26 acres of vegetables, fruits and flowers, and an art studio filled with works of local artists. The Chiles Group has a commitment to bringing people together, saving the environment, and servicing the community.