Stock Development Donates $8,300 to Builders Care

Lee Builders Care


The team at Stock Development presents a check for $8,300 to Builders Care.  From left to right: Lindsay Hurley, Sue Vandenack, Brian Stock, Cindi Fidler, Fran Breslin, Lyn Bradley, Linda Sue Luebbe, Betty Smith, Claudine Wetzel, Marianne Feibelman, Geneva Rucker, and Tim Clark of Stock Development.

Builders Care was recently the recipient of a donation from Stock Development in the amount of $8,300. This amount was based on sales from Stock Development’s first and second quarter sales. Stock Development has continued to be a valuable supporter of Builders Care while the donations received from them have been used to provide wheelchair ramps and handicap accessibility to homeowners in Lee County. Continue reading for more information.

Stock Development presents first and second quarter donation to Builders Care

FORT MYERS, Fla. (Oct. 24, 2013) – Stock Development, a premier Southwest Florida development firm, has been supporting Builders Care for the second year in a row, pledging support to Builders Care through each home sale in its Paseo Community in Fort Myers. Stock Development presented a check to Builders Care based on its first and second quarter sales in the amount of $8,300 raising the total donation since 2012 to $18,900. As a platinum-certified building partner, Stock Development is donating $100 from each home sale to Builders Care, providing funding to assist them in helping local homeowners in need of renovations.

“We believe in the mission of Builders Care and are thrilled to be involved in helping our community through our industry,” said Brian Stock, CEO Stock Development.

“Stock Development’s support is another example of the amazing commitment that some of our local builders have to our community,” said Butch Ritter, president of Lee BIA Builders Care. “We are looking forward to a great partnership to help local homeowners in need.”

The funds provided by Stock Development’s home sales in Lee County will provide wheelchair ramps, handicap accessibility, widened doorways, roof and air conditioning repairs and more.