Maronda Builds a “Hero Home” for The Seminole County Sheriff’s Foundation

2021 Annual Gala: Seminole County Sheriff’s Foundation and Orlando Police Foundation

A Home Built on Generosity

This year for the 2021 Seminole County Sheriff’s Foundation and Orlando Police Foundation Gala, Maronda Homes built a 1,601 square foot, four bed, two bath, single-family “Hero Home” for the members of the Sheriff Foundation. Various partners, contractors, and vendors generously donated their time, materials, and support to help make the home come to life.

Located at 2050 1st Ave in Daytona Park Estates Community in DeLand, the home recently sold for $250,000, 100% of the proceeds benefiting the charity. The home will be used to help the Foundation further support first responders of the Seminole County Sheriff’s office and other local agencies, as well as their families during emergencies.

Back in February, the “Hero Home” had a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by The Board of Directors of the Seminole County Sheriff Foundation and Sheriff Dennis Lemma.

Missed the gala? Check out a quick recap of the night here.

What is the SCSO Community Foundation?

As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office Community Foundation was designed to assist the county’s underserved and at-risk populations through education, prevention, and resources. Their main goal is “to enhance the quality of life by reducing crime and the fear of crime throughout Seminole County.” 

Learn more about SCSO, the programs they support, or how you can help here.

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