What an IncREDible RED Day! Last week thousands of you from across the United States and Canada took a day off from work to Give Where You Live! In an email from the Keller Williams Realty International headquarters, Gary Keller, Mo Anderson, Mark Willis and Mary Tennant expressed their appreciation for living out the Keller Williams culture through such incredible acts of volunteerism.
Dear Keller Williams Family!
Thank you for making RED Day a resounding success! Each of you played an important role in improving the lives of our neighbors. Thank you for giving so generously.
We are overwhelmed by the stories we’ve received of associates coming together to make a real and lasting impact on the communities we are so privileged to serve. RED Day is a powerful reflection of the incredible culture you’ve built. Thank you for sharing your time and talents. We are proud to be in business with you and amazed by your passion for service.
Yours in painting our communities RED!
Gary Keller, Chairman of the Board
Mo Anderson, Vice Chairman of the Board
Mark Willis, CEO
Mary Tennant, President and COO
The stories are still rolling in, yet here are a few that caught our eye!
Keller Williams Beaumont Market Center: Nearly 150 volunteers painted, sanded, sawed, swept and cleaned their way through Boys Haven, the group home for troubled boys. They brought in 125-150 contractors, electricians, plumbers, furniture people, and volunteers to do a one day extreme make over at Boys Haven. They worked in the kitchens, living rooms, and bedrooms, replaced some appliances,
Read more: http://www.beaumontenterprise.com/life/article/150-volunteers-turn-out-to-beautify-Boys-Haven-3550048.php#ixzz1uaxh6ojm
Keller Williams Atlanta Partners: The Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Partners will spend the day at Cambridge House, a non-profit group providing personal care to adults with Alzheimer’s, dementia and other function disabilities. Associates will spend the day at Cambridge giving it a new facelift, complete with painting, new flooring, furniture, appliances and other items. “Last year, we were honored to assist the family of the late Chris Landreau by painting and
installing hardwood flooring,” said team leader/managing broker Julia Nelson.. “Chris, an eight-year veteran of the Coweta County Fire Department, was diagnosed with lymphoma in February in June of 2012. We can’t tell you what an impact it made on each of us personally to give back to the community we know and love.”
Keller Williams Gig Harbor Market Center: Recognizing the need for the FISH Food Bank’s shelves to be stocked year-round, not just during the holiday season, roughly 60 agents from KW Gig Harbor canvassed neighborhoods with RED bags seeking donations for FISH.
Keller Williams Westlake LA Market Center: Spent the day helping out at the Hospice, My Stuff Bags Foundation, Rancho Saint Francis and the More Park Food Bank
Keller Williams Ann Arbor Market Center: Associates volunteered at the Huron Farms Subdivision, planting flowers, trees, and putting down mulch at Dexter homes that were devastated by a recent tornado.
Keller Williams Realty Port St. Lucie Market Center: Associates spent the day at the Council on Aging Building in Port St. Lucie painting, power washing and performing an overall spruce up of the building.
Keller Williams Realty Halifax Market Center: Associates spent the day at Feed Nova Scotia assisting them in providing food to families in need.