Helping Folks Who Help Folks
A Hand Up works with Sentry Commercial on a New Lease to Bring it Back Home
We’re thrilled to share an update with you on one of our most recent projects, A Hand Up’s lease. These folks share the ideals and values of Sentry Commercial, and we’re proud to say we’ve been working together for 10 years.
Here’s what President Michael Fisherman recently told Larry Levere, Director of Sentry Commercial’s Office Brokerage about this experience.
“Again – thank you for getting this lease done. Once again you have done a great job for A Hand Up, and I hope you get to help the new entity far into the future. You have been a great friend of A Hand Up, and we are grateful for all you (and your wife) have done. Keep doing what you do, and we look forward to the future with you.”
A Hand Up is an organization dedicated to helping people transition from homelessness to independent living in the Greater Hartford area.
By distributing and repurposing household items that have been donated, A Hand Up has helped folks in need for over a decade. More recently, in May, A Hand Up began a new partnership with Journey Home’s Making a House a Home Program.
The Perfect Union
The partnership made perfect sense, as the two companies had been working in the same region and helping many of the same clients for a period of time with the overall mission to end homelessness in Greater Hartford.
Two great organizations working collaboratively towards the same goals – that’s right up our alley.
Enter Sentry Commercial
In 2008, A Hand Up signed their first lease for space at 635 New Park, and in 2014, they moved to 93 Talcott Road. During this most recent move, they returned to 635 New Park, so it was a bit of a homecoming for them.
The team at Sentry Commercial was happy to help with this lease and is excited to see what happens next for this fantastic organization.
This was more than a move or a lease, this was real people helping create a positive change in our community, and Sentry Commercial is happy to have been involved.