What is RED Day?
RED stands for Renew, Energize and Donate and is the global day of service and volunteerism for 700 offices and 115,000 Keller Williams associates. This company-wide initiative is about giving back to local communities.
“Our associates are passionate about real estate and passionate about the communities we serve,” said Keller Williams President John Davis. “No matter where our associates are in the world, our shared commitment to helping our neighbors connects us all on RED Day.”
Since 2011, on the second Thursday of May, KW Edge Realty Associates along with other associates across Canada and the US, have devoted an entire day to a special neighbourhood project. By the end of several hundred local projects are completed and tackled.
This year, KW Edge Realty partnered with Habitat for Humanity Halton-Mississauga to help construct homes on Glendor Avenue in Burlington.
From Karen Paul & Associates, Karen Paul & Thelesa Riley joined other KW Associates and spent the day helping construct 13 Burlington town homes.
Deemed a huge success (the photos tell it all), KW Edge Realty had many partners for the event including:
- The Habitat for Humanity Halton-Mississauga volunteers
- Scooter’s Group of Companies for a fabulous BBQ lunch
- Jeff Ley with Empirical Group who provided a very cool drone
- Pat’s Party Rentals for the break-time tent
- Paul Kozbial with Resource Multimedia for the social media program
- Marion Goard, Sales Representative with KW Edge Realty Brokerage for the RED Day chair
- The KWEdge Cultural Committee.
Here’s a selection from the hundreds of photos taken that day.
As your local agent, the Burlington area is our home and we want to be involved in the community.
If you’re new to the area, we would be happy to help you get situated and introduce you to our favourite spots!
Karen Paul & Associates
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