December SunCrest Market Update

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Dear SunCrest,

We don’t even know where to begin. Four years ago, an idea was born to collect warm winter clothes for those who desperately needed it. We brought their plea to you — our friends, our neighbors, our SunCrest community — and you delivered in a big way.

“Why stop there?” we wondered. Since then, this annual tradition has continued to grow. Not only have your donations grown, but so have your stories of what this has meant to you. Seeing your donations literally pile up (and overflow!) at the clubhouse has been an amazing and touching experience for us. Personally meeting neighbors to pick up donations and hear stories of “I’ve been saving these for 6 months to give to you,” or “I went and bought these items for the drive,” has been a humbling and rewarding reminder of what a great community we live in.

This year, SunCrest donated over 600 items, nearly 20% more than years past! In addition to the used items that go to The Road Home, approximately 60 brand new items were donated and will be a part of  Candy Cane Corner, a holiday store stocked with donations where low-income, struggling families and individuals from the YWCA, Road Home, and Volunteers of America can go to “shop” in a dignified way for presents for their families. Every item you gave will help someone this season.

Thank you SunCrest. Thank you for your donations, big or small. Thank you for helping another man, woman, or child stay a little warmer this winter.

With gratitude,

Scott Steadman and Robyn Foulger

 


Our SunCrest Market Update is a hyper-local analysis of the most up-to-date information regarding the SunCrest real estate market.  The previous month’s SunCrest housing information and future editions are released monthly.

Posted on December 11, 2017 at 12:14 pm
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Warm Winter Clothes Drive

We are excited to announce our fourth annual “Warm Winter Clothes Drive.” Over the past three years, your response has been truly amazing as we gathered over 1,400 items that have benefited low income families.

This year, we’ve teamed up with The Road Home’s Midvale Family Center, a non-profit that helps homeless families in Salt Lake County. Winter means bitter temperatures, so let’s team up again and help them out!

HERE’S HOW YOU CAN HELP: Drop off anything from the list below in the blue donation bins at the SunCrest Community Clubhouse now through November 26th, 2017.

WINTER COATS  |  JACKETS  |  WINTER GLOVES
WINTER HATS |  WINTER PANTS  |  WINTER BOOTS

Thank you for your warm generosity!


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Posted on October 30, 2017 at 12:14 pm
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SunCrest Warm Winter Clothes Drive

SunCrest CommunityWe are excited to announce our third annual warm winter clothes drive. In 2014, we introduced you to the needs of families in the Heber Valley community; a community not too far or too different from ours. Many residents in the Heber community are the backbone work forces in the hotel, ski and tourism industries, often working long hours for low wages. Over the past two years, your response has been truly amazing! Together, we have gathered over 1,000 items and when we delivered your donations, we saw firsthand the difference you made.

We need your help again! We’re asking residents to donate new or gently used items warm winter clothes including:

Jackets • Coats • Winter Gloves • Winter Hats • Winter Pants • Winter Boots

 

Here’s how you can help: Drop off anything from the list in the blue donation bins at the SunCrest Community Clubhouse through November 28th, 2016.

Thank you in advance for your warm generosity.

Posted on November 8, 2016 at 11:04 am
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SunCrest Warm Winter Clothes Drive

We are excited to announce our second “Over The River and Through the Woods” warm winter clothes drive. Last year, we introduced you to the needs of families in the Heber Valley community; a community not too far or too different from ours. Many residents in the Heber community are the backbone work forces in the hotel, ski and tourism industries, often working long hours for low wages. Your response in 2014 was amazing. We gathered over 400 items and when we delivered your donations we saw firsthand the difference you made.

We need your help again! We’re asking residents to donate new or gently used items warm winter clothes including:

Jackets • Coats • Winter Gloves • Winter Hats • Winter Pants • Winter Boots

Here’s how you can help: Drop off anything from the list in the donation bins at the SunCrest Community Clubhouse through November 16th, 2015.

Our 2015 goal is 600 items (a doable 25% increase from ’14). If you’re feeling social, share donations on Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag #goal600

This year, we’re excited to bring SunCrest residents an exclusive offer.  We’ve teamed up with a great local business, Bake360, to bring every SunCrest household a coupon for a free breakfast pastry* – no purchase necessary. Residents should have received a postcard with the clothes drive information and Bake360 coupon. If not, contact us and we’ll send one out ASAP. Just bring in your postcard and enjoy! (Note: Donating isn’t required to enjoy this offer, but is certainly encouraged.)

Thank you in advance for your warm generosity. Together, we can make a difference.

* Expires 11/30/15 Kouign Amann excluded
Posted on November 4, 2015 at 10:39 am
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Zane Beadles Charity Golf Tournament: Free Ticket Giveaway!

On Friday, July 10th, University of Utah alum and current NFL Jacksonville Jaguars player Zane Beadles will host the Zane Beadles Parade Foundation Charity Golf Tournament at Thanksgiving Point to benefit the Ronald McDonald House of the Intermountain Area. Join Zane, Utah and BYU alumni, and other local celebrities to tee up for a great cause.

Scott Steadman with Zane Beadles

Scott Steadman with Zane Beadles

SunCrestLifestyle has teamed up to support the ZBPF and would like to send 1 winner to the celebrity golf tournament this Friday at 7:00 a.m. at Thanksgiving Point Golf Course. 

Entering is simple:

1. Like Suncrestlifestyle on Facebook
2. Like Zane Beadles Parade Foundation on Facebook
3. Leave a comment on the pinned contest post on our Facebook page. 
*All entries must be received by Thursday July 9th at 1 p.m. Winner will be announced shortly after. 

About the Zane Beadles Parade Foundation

The ZBPF supports the journey of young people going through life changing medical experiences, with its main focus on pediatric cancer. The foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that creates new experiences for the pediatric cancer patients at Brent’s Place and patients suffering from spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries at Craig Hospital in Denver. In 2014, the foundation expanded its services to kids and youth in the Jacksonville area while continuing to work with its partners in Denver. More info about the ZBPF here.

Check out Zane’s recent appearance on Good Things Utah!

Posted on July 6, 2015 at 5:56 pm
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