Children’s Miracle Network

As a father of two daughters and the son of a pediatrician, Scott understands the importance of excellent medical care for children. Through a longtime partnership between Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and RE/MAX International, Scott is continuing his support of this cause!  How? By making a donation each year at the holiday season, in the honor of every client that has purchased or sold a home, with Scott, during the past calendar year. 

Scott feels that a change of address is an enormous accomplishment and something to be thankful for.  He is honored to have worked with each and every client in the venture of selling or purchasing a home. “This opportunity is my way to extend my appreciation for your confidence in me and to say “Thank You!” to you, my clients, for your faith and trust in me.” 

Additionally, if YOU refers a friend, family member or co-worker to Scott, he will make a donation in YOUR honor to CMN.  You can rest assured he will do his best to help them with their real estate needs!

cmnThere are few better causes than coming to the aid of kids who are ill or injured. This the mission and purpose of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Scott’s donated funds stay right in our community, going to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, known to us locally as CHOP.

The commitment of the RE/MAX family to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals demonstrates “the power of many makes a difference.” That is the true secret behind the RE/MAX relationship with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. The individual donations of thousands of RE/MAX agents amount to millions of dollars each year for children’s hospitals, with over $150 million raised.

CHOP is working to save the lives of kids in our community. On Average 62 children around the world enter a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital for treatment every minute – that’s one child every second. Some are battling cancer. Some are suffering from a traumatic injury. Others require constant care because they were born too early, or with a genetic disease. Regardless of why the kids are there, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals always have their doors open.