The Signorelli Company was able to have the opportunity to give back to our community this Holiday Season by adopting a family through the Share-A-Family program with the Montgomery County's Women Center.
The Share-A-Family program allows local families the possibility of celebrating a Christmas that they otherwise wouldn't have been able to. This is the Signorelli Company's 5th year volunteering with the program.
We are filled with joy that we were able to help a family in need celebrate a Christmas that they deserve. The Signorelli Company adopted a family of 4 and donated over 40 presents!
For more information on the Montgomery County's Women Center, visit http://mcwctx.org/.
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June 18, 2019
The Signorelli Company’s New Luxury Apartments are Now Open in Valley Ranch Town Center
The Pointe at Valley Ranch Town Center is Montgomery County’s newest luxury apartment community, featuring waterfront living with nearby shopping and dining at Valley Ranch Town Center. When The Signorelli Company broke ground on the 456-unit property, including 336 within the first phase, the demand for apartments in northeast [...]Read More
March 10, 2019
HomeAid and First America Homes to construct day center in Humble
Article by Houston Chronicle First America Homes, the home-building division of The Signorelli Company, is partnering with HomeAid Houston to construct a 4,224-square-foot day center for families who are coping with crisis situations that have led to homelessness. The Day Center called Promise House is being built for Family Promise of Lake [...]Read More
January 21, 2019
Conroe Courier: Signorelli Company, community helps Salvation Army overcome $70K shortfall
Article by Conroe Couier, Houston Community Newspaper Facing a shortfall after providing Christmas gifts to about 4,630 children and senior citizens, which exceeded the expected 4,500, Salvation Army in Conroe Major Don Wildish said he faced a grim responsibility to revise the 2019 budget and services. One of the programs at risk, he [...]Read More