ALTA Member to Help Spread Cheer During Annual Christmas Dinner From a Cop

December 21, 2017

Timeshare Escrow & Title is helping to bring holiday cheer to the tables of families in Orlando, Fla., during the company’s annual Christmas Dinner From a Cop this season.

Dave Heine and Crystal O’Berry, founders of Timeshare Escrow & Title, have worked with the community to provide the low-income area in the Parramore section of Orlando with a reason to come together around the table over a great meal.

“We look forward to this event every year, and we are always blown away by how generous the community is for this great cause. It is always a pleasure to partner with the Orlando Police Department knowing that we are helping so many families in need in our area during the holidays,” O’Berry said.

With help from the Orlando Police Department, 800 families will have complete meals for the holidays delivered and passed out by police officers at the new Orlando Police Headquarters on Dec. 22. Each dinner consists of a six- to 10-pound ham, potatoes, green bean casserole and dinner rolls.

The third annual Christmas Dinner From A Cop is set to surpass 2015’s 500 families fed and last year’s 750 families, with a total of 10,000 pounds of food donated. Joining Timeshare Escrow & Title, the event is being sponsored by Land Title of Florida, TheMVPService LLC., Thrive Christian Church and the food vendor, Save-A-Lot Food, as well as Penske Truck Leasing, to reach as many families as possible.

Heine and O’Berry will drive the food to the Orlando Police Headquarters where they will meet around 50 police officers who will help unload the truck and organize bags of food for residents in the area to come and pick up.

Due to different circumstances, some families in need are not able to go to the department to pick up their meals. In years past, there have been approximately 100 shut-in families, so police officers, including Chief John Mina, personally take the food to the families at their homes. This year, Christmas Dinner From a Cop has set aside the first 100 meals to go directly to shut-ins.

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