Grover Corlew Kicks Off the Holidays with a Special Thanksgiving Lunch for Arc Broward’s School of Hire Education Students

Liliana Ballesteros Leon, Anuj Grover, Mark Corlew, Kim Vasser

To kick off the holiday season, Real Estate Investment Management Group Grover Corlew donated and served a Thanksgiving meal, prepared by Doris Italian Market & Bakery, to the students and staff at Arc Broward School of Hire, a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for people with disabilities and other life challenges to realize their full potential.

“Part of our company’s mission is to give back to the community, and we’re especially focused on lending a hand when children are involved,” said Partner Anuj Grover. “As proud fathers and business owners, Mark and I are incredibly grateful for our successes, and we want to pay those forward. Spending time and enjoying a holiday meal with this group of welcoming students, who aspire to lead normal adult lives, is an appreciated reminder to make time for others in our community.”

The students enjoyed Thanksgiving lunch with all the fixings including turkey, stuffing, pies and more, served by Grover Corlew Partners Grover and Mark Corlew.  Following the meal, Arc Broward students presented personalized thank you cards to Grover and Corlew.

The Arc Broward School of Hire Education program allows students with developmental disabilities, ages 18 to 22, to obtain career/workforce education, community-based instruction and independent living skills.

“It was a wonderful start to the holiday season for Anuj and me,” said Corlew.  “A huge thank you to Arc Broward students and staff for their gracious welcome. It’s important to us that we build community in the markets where we live and do business. We had a great time getting to know these students.”

With a growing portfolio valued at more than $1 billion, Grover Corlew is currently building multifamily residences under the Mayla brand and has transformed and manages suburban office properties throughout South Florida and the southeastern U.S. For more information on Grover Corlew, visit