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Robin Milonakis Group gives back to Second Harvest Food Bank

The agency will donate 10 percent of its commissions from every Ladera Ranch home it sells to the organization.

By OC METRO staffPublished: February 10, 2011 02:36 PM

The Robin Milonakis Group of Prudential California Realty plans to give the Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County 10 percent of its commissions from every Ladera Ranch home it sells through the end of the year. And the firm is launching its philanthropic effort at its Will Work for Food event on Saturday.

“We are very excited to begin our promotion to support Second Harvest this Valentine’s Day weekend,” said Robin Milonakis, group leader and associate broker.

The Dana Point-based Robin Milonakis Group focuses on the purchase and sale of residential properties. Last year, 80 percent of the team's transactions came from short sales – it's something the group has worked hard to boost its expertise in, said Milonakis.

"The past few years have been challenging for everyone," she said. "To ensure our clients have the resources they need to make educated decisions, we have invested a considerable amount of time and effort into advancing our knowledge of the market."

And the group is applying that same dedication to its support of Second Harvest, which works to eliminate hunger in O.C.

"We are passionate about giving back," said Milonakis, "and (we) thought that Valentine’s Day would present an excellent opportunity to show our support for the community.”

The kickoff event runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Crown Valley in Ladera Ranch.

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