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Giving Thanks by Giving Back

by Melissa Thompson

The holiday season is the perfect time of year to show how grateful we are by helping others in need.  Not everyone will spend the holidays in a warm home surrounded by loved ones, but those of us that will can make the season a little bit brighter by donating time, food and gifts to those less fortunate.  To make it a little easier for you to do so, here is a list of places where you can volunteer or make donations in the Memphis area:

Team Max Thanksgiving Meals - Join Team Max and serve those in need in the Memphis community.  Volunteers are needed to prepare gift baskets, pack out 1400 meals, and help to deliver meals.  Click on the links to volunteer!

Memphis Union Mission - The Union Mission has all the volunteers it needs for Thanksgiving Day, but there are many other ways you can help! Honor loved ones by donating to Union Mission and they will receive a beautiful Christmas card letting them know of your gift. You can also volunteer to serve meals throughout the season, or make donations to the donation drive.

St. Mary's Soup Kitchen - St. Mary’s Catholic Church Soup Kitchen serves the communities poor, homeless and less fortunate.  They serve more than 300 servings a day! Want to help? Click here to donate, or sign up for their Dollar a Day program and for $1 a day provide a warm meal to someone in need.  If you are interested in volunteering, you can sign up here.

Mid-South Food Bank - The Mid-South Food Bank makes it super easy to help.  You can purchase the 2017 Holiday Card to send to friends and family while also helping to end hunger.  You can also participate in the Cookie Letter program. The Cookie Letter is a unique way to purchase food for the hungry while also honoring friends, family, or clients.  Click here to discover other easy ways to donate!

100th Home Sale Local Charity Drive!

by Melissa Thompson

The Melissa Thompson - Your Key to Memphis Team is pleased to announce the

100th Home Sale Local Charity Drive!

The Melissa Thompson-Your Key to Memphis Team will donate the dollars from our 100th Home Sale to a local non-profit charity chosen by the community. You can participate too!

Click the logo above for information on each charity and to vote for which you think should receive the donation. And remember, you can vote once a day for the duration of the drive.

*commission dollars based on annual averages.

Community is a gift and we receive our community by cultivating a capacity for connectedness. Creating, holding, and guarding a trustworthy space in which human resourcefulness may be evolved.

                                      Sustainable Living
 The second oldest town in Shelby County, Collierville Tennessee has maintained a rich sense of history and a small town atmosphere that residents love. Collierville was chosen as one of Relocate-America's Top 100 Places to Live in 2008. Thanks to the residents for being conscious of their footprint on Mother Earth neighbors thrive on a healthy lifestyle in Collierville. Land is used efficiently, shared parks and public areas are plentiful while industry and economic opportunity emphasize healthy environmentally sound practices. Regionally, Collierville is considered the premier address for those seeking affordability, appreciation and stability.

Way of Life

Offering a variety of housing in neighborhoods connected by beautiful unique trails and paths people of different ages, income levels and cultural background can meet daily needs within a short walk or drive.  Young children can walk home from award winning schools with their parents, youths with their friends, their homes are all within a short walk on well-connected, low speed streets with sidewalks and native trees. Shopping and dining are plentiful; be it at the historic downtown College Square, voted the "Best Main Street in America" by Parade Magazine, or Avenue of Carriage Crossing an open air regional lifestyle center. Collierville’s community parks Wolf River Corridor, Frank Road Park and WC Johnson Park are bridges that connect like minded people to vibrant recreational activities!  

Buy a Lifestyle

Residents of Collierville Tennessee enjoy a growing economy and vacation-like lifestyle! Thanks to easy access to shopping and dining, top ranked schools and recreational activities that make this city is an award winning community. An abundant of residential housing options exist in Collierville: from beautiful single family homes, large lot estates, emerging multi-family units, town homes, historic downtown living, to independent and assisted living facilities. Smaller, older houses are still found in the heart of Collierville, mainly between Byhalia Road and Collierville-Arlington on the east and west and Shelton and Highway 72 on the north and south. The Stables by Celtic Manor Homes offers easy access to live, work and play in a community.

Give us a call at (901) 756-8900 or send us an email to explore your options.

Learn more about the opportunities in Collierville Tennesse

Come Enjoy the Memphis Symphony Orchestra at the Germantown Library!

by Your Key to Memphis Team

Bring your family, bring your neighbors, bring your grandparents, and join the Memphis Symphony Orchestra's brass quintet for "Dogzilla" by Dav Pilkey. It is this Saturday, May 12, 2012 at the Germantown Community Library. Call 901-757-7323 for more information.

Date: 5/12/2012 11:00 AM

Location: Germantown Community Library
1925 Exeter Road
Germantown, Tennessee 38138


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Contact Information

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Melissa Thompson
Crye-Leike Realtors
6525 N Quail Hollow Road
Memphis TN 38120
(901) 729-9526
(901) 756-8900
Fax: (901) 435-0620