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What is Community Service Day?

Each year, Windermere Real Estate agents, managers, owners and staff from 300 offices across the Western United States gather together and devote their workday to making a positive change in the neighborhoods they serve through local service projects and volunteerism.

This year, Windermere's Greenwood brokers and staff assisted the Phinney Neighborhood Association Senior Center with sprucing up yards, weeding flower beds, and trimming overgrowth for several seniors in the Greenwood neighborhood.

Windermere’s Community Service Day was established in 1984 to offer agents and staff a chance to volunteer an entire workday to give back to the neighborhoods in which they live and work.  Windermere’s Community Service Day has been recognized nationally as a model hands-on volunteer program and has been adopted by other real estate companies and businesses around the country. 

Community Service Day Friday, June 3rd

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Posted on June 1, 2016 at 10:32 am
Renee Roberts | Category: Greenwood, Greenwood, Seattle Neighborhoods | Tagged ,

Windermere Community Service Day

 

Each year, Windermere Real Estate agents, managers, owners and staff from more than 300 offices across the Western United States gather together and devote their workday to making a positive change in the neighborhoods they serve through local service projects and volunteerism.

For this year's Community Service Day, the brokers and staff of Windermere's Greenwood office will be sprucing up & painting the teen center at the North Seattle Boys & Girls Club, located in our own Greenwood Neighborhood!

Stay tuned to Windermere Real Estate's facebook page for photos of all of our offices projects!  www.facebook.com/WindermereRealEstate

Windermere’s Community Service Day was established in 1984 to offer agents and staff a chance to volunteer an entire workday to give back to the neighborhoods in which they live and work.  Windermere’s Community Service Day has been recognized nationally as a model hands-on volunteer program and has been adopted by other real estate companies and businesses around the country.  For more information, please visit www.windermere.com.

Posted on June 19, 2013 at 5:51 pm
Renee Roberts | Category: Greenwood, Greenwood, Seattle Events, Uncategorized | Tagged , , ,

Windermere Community Service Day Volunteer

Community Service Day Friday, June 15th, 2012
What is Community Service Day?

Creating vibrant communities is one of the things that inspire our Windermere network to be involved in service projects that make things a little brighter for all our neighbors. Supporting the communities Windermere serves is at the core of our company’s formation and growth.

Every year since 1984, Windermere associates dedicate a day of work to complete neighborhood improvement projects as part of Windermere’s Community Service Day.

Community Service Day gives us an opportunity to give back to the communities where we live and work. We clean, landscape and repair parks, playgrounds, schools, shelters and community buildings.

After all, real estate is rooted in our communities. And an investment in our neighborhoods gives us all a better place to call home.

Each Windermere office selects a project that best serves its community needs.

For this year’s Community Service Day, Windermere’s Oak Tree staff and associates will be assisting the  Greenwood Elementary School with moving & cleaning up a few classrooms, sprucing up the grounds: removing trash, weeding flower beds, and trimming overgrowth.

Community Service Day Friday, June 15, 2012  

“On behalf of my staff, parents, and students, I want to thank you for sending the Windermere members to our school today. They did a fabulous job of helping us move furniture, clean rooms and weed the front landscape. It was so helpful to our school community.

Please give them a big thank you from all of us.  Thanks again.”

Dr. Walter M. Trotter
Principal, Greenwood Elementary

Posted on June 15, 2012 at 5:44 pm
Renee Roberts | Category: Greenwood, Seattle Neighborhoods, Uncategorized | Tagged ,