The home recently sold for $250,000 and will help further support first responders, as well as their families in their greatest times of need
From the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff Dennis Lemma will join the Board of Directors of the Seminole County Sheriff Foundation at a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony on Wednesday, February 24 at noon, spotlighting the Foundation’s recent charitable endeavor, the “Hero Home.”
The home is located at 2050 1st Avenue in DeLand.
Members of the Sheriff Foundation partnered with Maronda Homes to build a 1,599 square foot house in the Daytona Park Estates community in DeLand. The build was 100% donated by various partners, contractors, and vendors, allowing 100% of the proceeds to benefit the charity. The home recently sold for $250,000 and will help the Sheriff Foundation to further support first responders of the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office and other local agencies, as well as their families in their greatest times of need.
Founded in 2018, the Seminole County Sheriff Foundation, Inc. is a public 501 (c) (3) organization formed to bring together charitable donors, community leaders, and nonprofit organizations in support of, and to encourage, non-tax based philanthropic efforts for the benefit of Seminole County Sheriff’s Office Deputies, employees and their families and innovations in crime-fighting. All with the goal of enhancing Sheriff’s Office services and enhancing the quality of life by reducing crime and the fear of crime throughout Seminole County.