DOVER, DE. – Noble’s Pond, the premier active adult community in Dover Delaware is pleased to announce its “Pass the Word! Save a Heart!” fund raising campaign. Developer, Harry D. Miller, III salutes the amazing efforts of the American Heart Association and their army of volunteers. In an ongoing effort to support the American Heart Association, Noble’s Pond is proud to introduce this innovative program. If an American Heart Association volunteer has a family member or a friend that may be interested in living in a 55+ Active Adult community, Mr. Miller encourages the volunteer to refer them to the award winning Noble’s Pond. If the referral decides to purchase a home in Noble’s Pond, Mr. Miller will pay the volunteer a referral fee of $1,000 and donate an additional $1,000 to the Kent County division of the American Heart Association. “We are proud to continue to find new and innovative ways to contribute to the fight against heart disease. At the same time, it gives us an opportunity to recognize the many, behind the scenes, volunteers that work tirelessly in their efforts for the good of the American Heart Association.”
The fund raising program was announced on Friday, October 23, 2009, at the monthly Go Red for Women Luncheon committee meeting, which happened to be held at the Noble’s Pond Clubhouse. This magnificent clubhouse was voted Best Clubhouse of the Year by the Delaware Home Builders Association, and for many of the volunteer committee members this was their first opportunity to tour the facility and model home village.
The 7th Annual Go Red for Women Luncheon and Fashion Show will be held this February 5, 2010 at the Sheraton Hotel in Dover, DE. This annual event is held in an effort to raise awareness of heart disease and stroke and to promote healthy lifestyles. This year’s luncheon is expected to draw 800 attendees. For anyone that has been to one of these luncheons in the past, knows it is a “don’t miss” event.