Give Where You Live | RED Day 2019

 

 

 

 

At Keller Williams, we believe in working together to better the lives of those around us, as well as bettering the communities that we serve. Every year, on the second Thursday of May, the Keller Williams family comes together to serve our local communities across the U.S. and Canada. We collectively call this day RED Day. 

 

RED Day stands for Renew, Energize, and Donate and we use this day as “part of our legacy worth leaving.” At the heart of Keller Williams is a commitment to the highest form of customer service to our helping our clients and to helping improve and grow our communities. 

 

This year for RED Day, our Keller Williams family went to Boys Town in Oviedo, Florida to work on creating clean and beautiful landscaping for the families that reside there.

 

Boys Town believes that “every child deserves a future, every family deserves to stay together, and every community deserves to thrive.” Boys Town is a nationwide initiative that works to give young people the chance at being responsible members of society, while providing them with the much needed support that is needed in youth. 

 

We’re so incredibly thankful for the opportunity to work with this amazing organization. For more information about Boys Town, please see their website for more details. For more information about RED Day, click here or give us a call at 407-765-2912 to find out more. 

 

“Make sure every day you do what matters most. When you know what matters most, everything makes sense. When you don’t know what matters most, anything makes sense.” –Gary Keller | The One Thing

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