Torelli Realty is gearing up for Snow Land on Saturday, December 12 at Costa Mesa’s Balearic Park. Here’s a couple of special things we’d like to highlight.
This holiday season Torelli Realty is giving the community a chance to donate toys for children in need. The toys that are collected will be donated to Spark of Love and the Costa Mesa Firefighters Association Operation Santa Letter Program.
Food donations of non-perishable canned food are also welcome. These items will be given to the organization Share Our Selves, a Costa Mesa based organization that provides free assistance to those in need.
The Firefighters Association, fire prevention volunteer crew, Share Our Selves volunteers, and the Costa Mesa Fire Department will be present to collect the toys and food.
Estancia High Cheerleading Squad Support
Estancia High School’s Cheer Team supports their school, fights for pride, and bolsters spirit in the community. Their dedication drives them to train for 3 hours a day, five days a week in order to prepare for upcoming competitions. Unfortunately the program’s high costs are limiting participation. They need monetary support to make it a financially viable option for all students.
Torelli Realty has been sending a monthly check to help underwrite the squad but more sponsorship is necessary. The Estancia Booster Club is hoping to raise enough money to subsidize the cost of cheerleading for those who can’t afford it. Then ALL students will have the opportunity to be part of the team without suffering financial hardships.
Cheerleading coach Melyssa Cox explains that the funding provided by Torelli Realty has been a great help in covering the cost of uniforms, participation fees in competitions, and the salary for the coaches, which aren’t totally covered by the school district. Cox is looking forward to Snow Land because the cheerleaders will be there to be part of the fun and to sell snack food items that will help contribute to their program.
Come witness the pep of Estancia High School’s co-ed cheer squad as they support the community at Snow Land. Go team!