Press Release Distribution

Members Login  |  Register  |  Why Join?   Follow us on Google+Follow us on TwitterFind us on LinkedInFind Us on FacebookSubscribe to our RSS FeedsSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelFind us on RebelMouse

Video Releases    |    Pricing & Distribution Plans    |    Today's News    |    News By Category    |    News By Date    |    Business Directory
All Press Releases for December 07, 2012 »
RSS Feeds RSS Feed     Print this news Printer Friendly     Email this news Email It    Create PDF PDF Version   

SearStone's Angel Tree to Benefit Families Served by The Carying Place

Public Invited to Donate Household Goods to Local Families in Need
x-small text small text medium text large text

    CARY, NC, December 07, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- SearStone, a not-for-profit continuing care retirement community being developed in Cary, is hosting an Angel Tree to benefit families served by The Carying Place, a local nonprofit that assists homeless, working families with children. This is the fourth consecutive year SearStone is sponsoring an Angel Tree on behalf of The Carying Place.

Neighbors, friends and future residents are invited to stop by SearStone's Model Home and Sales Center, located at 106 Walker Stone Drive in Cary, and pick up an ornament listing a needed household item such as cleaning supplies, kitchen utensils, linens and baby accessories. After purchasing the item, donors can drop it off at SearStone by January 7, 2013, for eventual delivery to The Carying Place.

"The economy has been tough on a lot of families in the last few years," said Pat Lykins, BSW, PD, MSW, executive director of The Carying Place. "However, through the generosity of many supporters like SearStone, we're able to carry out our mission of helping local families in transition become self-sufficient. Every little bit helps."

Each year, The Carying Place continues to teach homeless families with children necessary life skills for attaining independent living while providing short-term housing support services. Through financial assistance and broad-based counseling in life skills, they seek to help people work toward self-reliance and growth. The Carying Place initiates a change for the better by providing Transitional Housing Programs (THP) that give families an opportunity to stabilize their financial situation, leading to permanent self-sustaining housing.

"Our Angel Tree program has become a favorite holiday tradition among our future residents, staff and supporters," said Morgan Lamphere, director of sales and marketing. "We have developed a great relationship with the Carying Place and look forward to helping them serve so many local families in need."

For more information about SearStone, visit or call (919) 466-9366. For more information about The Carying Place, visit or call (919) 462-1800.

About SearStone
SearStone is a continuing care retirement community being developed on the southeast corner of High House Road and Davis Drive in Cary. The community is not-for-profit and will offer several different home styles for independent residents 62 years and older. SearStone will give residents exclusive access to long-term-care services such as home health care, assisted living and nursing care. SearStone has been mentioned in numerous national publications such as The New York Times and is currently accepting deposits for membership. For more information, visit, call (919) 466-9366 or attend one of our events.

Press release service and press release distribution provided by

# # #

Read more Press Releases from Morgan Lamphere:

Contact Information:
Morgan Lamphere

Cary, NC
Voice: 919-466-9366
E-Mail: Email us Here
Website: Visit Our Website
If you have any questions regarding information in this press release, please contact the person listed in the contact module of this page. Please do not attempt to contact 24-7PressRelease. We are unable to assist you with any information regarding this release. 24-7PressRelease disclaims any content contained in this press release. Please see our complete Terms of Service disclaimer for more information.