Real Living Realty Professionals Brokerage Partners with Medical Center

Real Living Realty Professionals in Springfield, MA recently donated $15,000 to Mercy Medical Center and Mercy Behavioral Health Care to combat the more than 2,000 opioid-related deaths that occurred in Massachusetts last year.
“We just want to do something for our community to help pay back a little bit to help someone recover today,” said Robert Molta, president of Real Living Realty Professionals. Representatives from Mercy Medical Center and Mercy Behavioral Health Care said the money will be used to improve their facilities and get people in recovery the treatment they need.
[Pictured above: Robert Molta, president of Real Living Realty Professionals, presents Dr. Robert Roose of Mercy Behavioral Health Care with a check for $15,000 from the brokerage.]

Real Living Realty Professionals Donates Wheelchair Accessible Van to Local Family

Springfield, MA-based Broker/Owner Bob Molta and his team at Real Living Realty Professionals recently donated a wheel chair accessible minivan to a local family. The heart-felt gift will change their lives.

Three-year-old Catheryn Racine was born with spina bifida and has been on a debilitating journey of six different operations, numerous hospital stays and weekly doctors’ appointments. It was a struggle to transport Catheryn, so her family and dozens of loved ones couldn’t hold back their emotions when Molta presented them with the keys to the van.

Realty Professionals wanted nothing more than give to the Racine family. Molta told Western Mass News:

“This means everything to me, it is two years of culmination of work between ourselves and our company,” he said. “I can’t say enough of how proud I am of our sales associates for working and making donations for this van and making it happen.” The family is excited to use the van for not only doctors’ visits, but for a little fun, too.

Learn more about the Racine family and this donation in Western Mass News’ coverage of the story here.