In the aftermath of Hurricane Michael, Hilary & Reverie, a 30A luxury brokerage, is determined to bring joy to families affected by the storm on Christmas Day. Launching their first Stocking Up Hope for the Coast campaign will help families put presents under their tree — spreading the gift of hope and wishes fulfilled. So many of the neighbors to the east have dealt with unspeakable devastation and loss and handled their reality with an incredible grace and humility that is truly touching.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone impacted by this incredibly devastating storm,” said Hilary Farnum-Fasth, owner/broker of Hilary & Reverie, “As our area was not directly hit, we feel a definite responsibility to assist in the restoration process of the Panhandle. It is a privilege to live in such a beautiful location and we want to be a good neighbor and help take care of them, as so many of the people affected work in and around 30A and South Walton. Our goal is to provide families the means to enjoy the Christmas morning that they deserve.”

Stocking Up Hope will be debuted to the local community at the expo on Nov. 21 for the 30A-10k Thanksgiving Race as stockings, glitter glue, and good cheer will abound, and gift cards will be collected to stuff stockings with $250 in gift cards. After the race, stockings stations will open throughout the region at area Centennial Banks, McNeese Title Company in Seagrove, Grayton Beach YOLO, and Lighting Etc at 30Avenue.

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Hilary & Reverie Stocking Central is in their Grace Point sales center between the HUB on 30A and Watersound Beach, 87 Grace Point Way, inside the Grace Point community. There are agents on site to accept donations from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week.