The Kolb Team Gives Back to the Local Sun Lakes Community
As local, long-term residents, The Kolb Team gives back to the local community regularly. In addition to helping people buy and sell their dream homes in Sun Lakes, AZ, Chandler, and the surrounding community, we like to get involved with various, charities and organizations.
For example, you can find us giving a helping hand to these groups and others:
The Kolb Team supports a good friend in client who is battling the terrible ALS disease. We will walk again in 2018 to support the Clark Family. Team Fab Five is named as a result of the five members of the Clark family.
To support ALS, go to the Arizona ALS website and look up the team Fab Five or you can choose another team or participant of your choice.
The Kolb Team supporting our client and good friend!
The Sun Lakes Rotary Club, as a service project, delivers the local newspaper Sun Lakes Splash during the fall and winter months. John Kolb along with two fellow Rotarians cheerfully delivering to your driveway.
Oakwood Couples Golf League (18 hole) is a fun group that meets November through April of every year twice monthly to enjoy fun golf games, fellowship and dinner afterwards. John and Becky Kolb served as President of the organization 2014-2015.
John served as Chair of the Image Committee, an HOA entity working with the Board to improve the image of IronOaks.
Both Becky and John served on the Master Planning Committee, working with the Board to prioritize capital improvement projects and ensure projects meet the Vision and Core Purpose the HOA has adopted.
Title Sponsor Annual Fair
The Kolb Team was title sponsor for the Neighbors Who Care annual fall fair in 2016. Neighbors Who Care, Inc. is a non-profit entity that provides services and resources to those in need in Sun Lakes. The Kolb Team is a sponsor for the October 27, 2018 event.
The Kolb Team made a substantial donation to the Sun Lakes Fire Department to assist in distributing USB’s with pre-programmed forms allowing residents to insert into their computer and enter medical data. The USB, when carried on a key chain, assists emergency personnel readily identify the person, their medical allergies, emergency contact and physician contact information.