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GIBSON INTERNATIONAL HELPS CHILDREN IN NEED PREPARE FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR

Gibson International specializes in marketing extraordinary homes and matching sophisticated buyers with these properties in Los Angeles’ most exclusive neighborhoods.Gibson International is hosting a back-to-school drive to collect new and gently used children’s clothing and new school supplies to help the youth served by the Mar Vista Family Center in Culver City start the school year off in supplied and in style. The clothing must be clean, practical, wearable and in good condition.

Currently there is a great need for new and gently used children’s clothing and shoes for newborns through age five and for stylish but serviceable school clothes and shoes for youth age six through 18. The Mar Vista Family Center also offers a young leadership program for ages 13 through 24, whose members need professional-looking attire for internships and leadershTheir agents are among some of the most respected names on the Westsideip training programs.

Studies show that children who have appropriate school clothing feel more confident and have better self esteem, leading to higher levels of achievement.

“Helping families is at the core of our business,†says Scott L. Gibson, president and founder of Gibson International. “In that spirit, the agents at Gibson International have dedicated themselves to community efforts that support families and children.â€

“Helping children prepare for school involves more than just textbooks and school supplies,†adds Pat Heller, general manager and partner at Gibson International. “Kids need appropriate clothing to ensure they are ready to learn.

Clothing, shoes and school supplies for all ages can be dropped at the Gibson InterDonations will benefit the Mar Vista Family Center, which serves youth and families.national office at 11538 San Vicente Blvd. in Brentwood, weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Wednesday, August 31. For more information about donating, please call Gibson International at 310-820-0195.

About Gibson International: Gibson International specializes in marketing extraordinary homes and matching sophisticated buyers with these properties in Los Angeles’ most exclusive neighborhoods. For more information on Gibson International www.gibsonintl.com or 310-820-0195.

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