McCullough Team’s 12 Days of Gratitude

“Joy is what happens to us when we allow ourselves to recognize how good things really are.” ~ Marianne Williamson

Christmas is a time to spend time with family and friends.  However, there are many in our community who are less fortunate struggling this time of year.  Because of this, our McCullough Team has decided to do something special to celebrate the holidays, and try to bring some joy to the lives of those most deserving. 

Instead of sending our clients Christmas cards, or trying to buy that “perfect gift” for each other, we have committed to giving back to our amazing community. 

We have called our initiative the “12 Days of Gratitude” and we look forward to sharing our stories with you all.  Some initiatives will support individuals, while others will focus on grassroots and non-profit organizations.  We hope to bring the joy of giving to our beautiful city of Nanaimo – and we might just have a surprise or two planned!

Giving a gift that truly makes a difference is one way that our team is able to support charities and causes that are close to our hearts.  Rather than just making a single donation, we want to provide comfort and joy to as many as possible – from youth to seniors.  We are busy getting organized, and we encourage you to check out our MMS Homes Facebook Page ( for our 12 Days of Gratitude updates.

Wishing each of you a wonderful start to the Christmas season!

Warm Regards,
Brian & Myles McCullough


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