Developers of projects in the United States often create programs to help neighborhoods or schools in the area to give back to the community in which they are developing. In New York, a prime example of this is how schools will be benefiting from programs established by the Walentas Family Foundation, created by Two Trees Management. The group will be providing $250,000 to schools this summer within District 13 of Brooklyn.
When searching for apartments in Brooklyn Heights, you are helping to support this cause. Two Trees is responsible for the area, as an owner and manager of over 2,000 apartments in this District as well as District 14, which will benefit from the programs via local schools. The group is particularly focused on transforming the neighborhood of Dumbo where you can also extend your apartment search. Dumbo Brooklyn apartments are up and coming, offering quality residences in the area in which Two Trees is placing their focus.
Principal of Two Trees Management Company, Jed Walentas, stated that the Neighborhood School Grants program was created on the belief that the community plays an important role in the success of schools. For neighborhoods to thrive, a vibrant and successful school system must exist. Individual grants from the company can go as high as $25,000 each with multiple schools receiving assistance.
Since launching in 2013, the Walentas Foundation has been able to provide $1.25 million to the city of Brooklyn. Children have been able to benefit within the past few years and will only continue to receive more assistance for their education in the future due to this program. As you look for apartments in Dumbo Brooklyn, search for Two Trees properties, as you will have a hand in giving back to the local community when you do business with this company.