Keller Williams Realty Northeast Gives Back to Their Communities

On May 10, 2018, Keller Williams Realty held it’s annual RED Day event. “Keller Williams has designated this second Thursday of May as RED Day, so every Keller Williams office around the world is contributing something to their community today in whatever form,” said Michael Clapp, broker and team leader at Keller Williams Northeast. “It’s awesome for the agents to spend time giving back to the community they make their income from. That’s what’s important is not just to live and work in the community, but also to make it better and help people that are down.”

Volunteers from Keller Williams Realty Northeast in Kingwood, along with several sponsors and volunteers from Amcap Mortgage, American Home Shield, Capital Title, Chic Sweets Fine Desserts, First American Home Warranty, First American Title, Forest Image, Frontier Title, Great American Title, Home Team Inspection, Home Warranty of America, J Dog Haulers, Landmark Home Warranty, Local Influence – Mark Linabury, Nations Reliable Lending, Pillar to Post Home Inspections, Sweet Home Inspection of Texas, Stewart Title, and Yard Birds, came together to restore a family’s outdoor area that was affected by Hurricane Harvey.  Not only was their family home flooded during Harvey, the family faced multiple hardships following the aftermath, including multiple health issues and fraudulent contractors.

Mayor Merle Aaron kicked off the day with a Proclamation and the volunteers to work on the home’s debris filled and overgrown yards.

Volunteers from the Keller Williams Realty Northeast office in Livingston, Texas also gave back to their local community.

The agents spent the day volunteering at Center of Hope in Livingston, TX.  The Center of Hope offers education and training on how to write a resume and prepare for job-hunting, nutrition information, family management, information on drug abuse, and most importantly, how the power of prayer and faith will help them achieve their goals and succeed in life.  ESP Inspections brought in homemade brisket sandwiches for the volunteers.