Hirschfeld Properties Supports Houston: Update

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Hirschfeld Properties Supports Houston Update

You may recall last month’s company-wide initiative to aid the victims of the tragic destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey. As a result, we have donated our September application fees from all properties, totaling in an amount of $1,335.00 to the Houston Food Bank. [Read more…]

Denim Day at Eagles Walk Apartments in White Marsh, MD

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October is breast cancer awareness month, and as proud supporters of The American Cancer Society, Eagles Walk Apartment Homes in White Marsh, Maryland, will once again be collecting donations. [Read more…]

Hirschfeld Properties Supports Houston

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Hirschfeld Properties Supports Houston

For the month of September, Hirschfeld Apartment Homes in Maryland will be donating all application fees received to the Houston Food Bank, to assist in helping those directly affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Continue reading to learn more about our charitable efforts. [Read more…]

Let’s Give Back this Holiday Season – Maryland School for the Blind


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The Month of November is a month spent preparing for the holidays with family and friends!  It’s also meant to be a time for reflecting on all of the things we have to be thankful for.  Often times we find ourselves more grateful, compassionate, and charitable than many other times of the year.  So as we take a moment to reflect on the things we have to be grateful for, let’s join forces and also channel this compassion to bring thanks to those in need.

One of our team members at Steeplechase Apartment Homes in Cockeysville, MD had an opportunity to visit the Maryland School for the Blind back in September.  In the month of September we worked to collect school supplies for this school as well.  This school has over 200 students from elementary to 21 years of age.  Some of the families of these students suffer immensely with not being able to supply their children with basic needs like food and clothing; some of the students do not even have families to try and provide these things for them.  So they need our help!  In light of this information and seeing a major need, we would like to hold a resident event that our residents in Maryland can participate in (this means you Eagles Walk, Ridge View, Steeplechase, & Tall Oaks Apartment Homes residents!)  We will be collecting clothing and food items twice during the holiday season.  The first drop off date will be Monday, November 19, 2014 & the second drop off date will be December 17, 2014!

Perhaps, now you are wondering – “How Can I Help?”  We’ve written another article with a specific list of items they are in need of right now.  Thank you in advance for all of your kindness & compassion.  Together, we can make a big difference in the lives of these students and their families for this holiday season.



How Can I Help Make a Difference – Maryland School for the Blind

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Our mission for November & December 2014 is to help the Maryland School for the Blind.

You can learn more about our efforts in our last post, “Let’s Give Back this Holiday Season to The Maryland School for the Blind,” or keep reading to learn the ways in which you can help. Our teams are collecting all types of used clothing items, as well as non-perishable food items.

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September is All About Giving Back at Steeplechase Apartment Homes


Where Are Our Giving Back Efforts Going to Focus This Month?

Here at Steeplechase Apartment Homes in Cockeysville, Md we host resident appreciation events each and every month.  We have held events from Wine & Cheese Night to Community Yard Sales, Bingo Contests, and much more!  Several times each year we try to organize these events and efforts in a way that can help others outside of our community as well.  September 2014 is one of those months.  This month we are collecting items to be donated to the Maryland School for the Blind.  The Maryland School for the Blind is a private resource center, providing outreach, school, and residential programs to children and youth from infancy to 21 years of age who are blind or visually impaired.  Currently we are collecting specific items to donate to this school.  The list of items include: [Read more…]