Keller Williams Mountain Properties adopts family affected by Hurricane Katrina
On Sept. 9, 2005, Keller Williams Realty and all of their market centers, including local Keller Williams Mountain Properties, launched a new program called, “Heart 2 Heart.” The program, administered through the company’s Keller Williams Cares nonprofit, was created to assist all of the Keller Williams Associates affected by Hurricane Katrina. Since the launch, more than 700 Gulf state families have been helped and close to $4 million has been donated to others affected by Katrina.
Betsy Bradley from the Vail Market Center volunteered as the Keller Williams Mountain Properties “heart specialist” and, with the help of her fellow KW brokers, was able to raise more than $1,000 for their adopted family. She also delivered a car full of clothes, toys and appliances to the adopted family, now located in Denver.
In addition to the “Heart 2 Heart” program, the Keller Williams Mountain Properties brokers donated more than $4,200 for others affected by Katrina.
Established in 2003, KW Cares is a 501(c)3 nonprofit charity that raises money through Keller Williams Realty market centers. It provides emergency financial assistance to Keller Williams Realty associates and their immediate families during times of extreme hardship.
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