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President and CEO, Leonard Kaiser and Vice President, Glen Kaiser recognized by the United Way of Baldwin County as top area leaders

Kaiser Realty President, Leonard Kaiser (Left) and Vice President, Glen Kaiser (Right) named as top Community Leaders by the United Way of Baldwin County. Photo courtesy of The United Way of Baldwin County

Helping local non-profits and area businesses perform to the best of their abilities is not only a necessity for any community, it is a strong belief to cling to this holiday season. The United Way of Baldwin County works tirelessly to aid small business upstarts and non-profit organizations receive the exposure and additional funding necessary to carry out their work or trade.

As a partner and company wide supporter of the United Way of Baldwin County, with both Leonard Kaiser, President and CEO and Glen Kaiser, Vice President, serving as past and present board members, Kaiser Realty would like to encourage those in the position to give freely this holiday season, to help support the mission of the United Way. Whether it is helping provide jobs for special needs individuals, or giving monetary support to families affected by catastrophe, the United
Way of Baldwin County works tirelessly to provide a safe, healthy and economically sound community for all.

To give the gift of a donation to the United Way this holiday season, and to help change the lives of those around us, please visit www.UnitedWay-BC.org today.

 

“Kaiser Realty, Inc. has a tradition of fulfilling dreams for our customers, our employees and in our community. Our philosophy is to deliver exceptional, professional service with integrity, enthusiasm and a genuine caring attitude. Whether it’s for a vacation or a lifetime, our family is committed to yours.”

Glen kaiser and Quentin RigginsThis year’s United Way of Baldwin County Campaign season started with a bang as businesses and charities around Baldwin County came together to celebrate community, friendship and the power of giving.

Led by Leon Hill, Chairman, United Way of Baldwin County, the Luncheon featured an Invocation by St. Paul’s Reverend, Thack Dyson followed by a nice rendition of the National Anthem by the St. Paul’s Choir. Amy Johnson, a sophomore at Gulf Shores High School, gave a beautiful testimonial of how becoming involved, especially as a young person, has changed her life for the better and allowed her to influence others in a positive way as well.

The guest speaker, Auburn Football Superstar, Quentin Riggins, spoke about what he knew best, football.  After years as a sideline journalist, Quentin’s analysis of the game, teams and coaching is unparalleled and his point of view on the SEC for this year were enlightening. [Read more...]

image001Frederic’s Restaurant will hold “Savor the Flavors” a United Way of Baldwin County benefit, Wednesday, April 28 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Faulkner State Community College (FSCC) Gulf Shores campus, 3301 Gulf Shores Parkway. The lunch highlights the latest trends and tastes from some of the Gulf Coast’s hottest up and coming chefs. Among other culinary delights, event goers will have a chance to sample black & bleu burgers, sweet potato chips with cinnamon and cayenne, chicken gumbo, spinach salad, [Read more...]

The 16th annual Symphony by the Sea is set for December 14 at the Grand Hotel Marriot Resort in Point Clear, AL. The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra returns again this year after a wonderful performance at the 2007 event. Symphony by the Sea is an annual fundraiser for the United Way of Baldwin County.

“Having the Symphony back on the water was our goal,” said Leonard Kaiser, chariman of the United Way Symphony by the Sea Committee. “There’s no better atmosphere during the Christmas season than the Grand. Raising money for United Way agencies is more important than ever this year, and this event will be a big part of making that happen.”

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