Thomas Group Brings Holiday Spirit with Toys for Tots Campaign

The annual Toys for Tots campaign conducted by the Thomas Real Estate Group of Prudential California Realty was a tremendous success, with over 17 boxes of toys delivered to less fortunate children in Orange County. The Thomas Group has coordinated the drive for 16 consecutive years, to coincide with their annual client appreciation party.

“It’s wonderful to have a client base that is so generous and kind,” said Hillary Thomas, a veteran agent with three decades of experience. “We always look forward to our annual client party, since it provides us with an opportunity to give back to the community while spending time with our friends and neighbors.”

The Thomas Real Estate Group was the fourth largest supplier of toys for the program in Orange County this year, with a total of 550 pounds of toys delivered to local children. They were beaten only by two large hospitals and a major corporation.

Each year during the holiday season local children receive a new, unwrapped toy as a result of the US Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program. The goal is to bring a message of hope to less fortunate children, to help them become responsible, productive and patriotic citizens.

Over the course of her career Hillary Thomas has earned a reputation for her credibility and professional approach to real estate. She has been a preferred representative for numerous high-profile clients, including Chase Manhattan Bear Stearns, the National Bank of Southern California, Poremba Investments, Regency Homes, and more.

The Thomas Real Estate Group includes Hillary’s sons Nick and Steve Thomas, sales associates. They serve their clients from Prudential’s Newport Beach and Villa Park offices. Known for their versatility and commitment to ethical business practices, The Thomas Real Estate Group offers industry leading representation for buyers and sellers throughout Orange County.

The Thomas Group may be reached at (949) 654-8300, or via email at  Visit their website at

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