Windermere Community Realty Supports Sauvie Island Center
Windermere Foundation Donates Nearly $1 Million During First Half of 2018
Thanks to the generosity of Windermere agents, staff, franchise owners, and the community, the Windermere Foundation has proudly donated a total of $920,351 so far this year to non-profit organizations that provide services to low-income and homeless families. This brings the total amount of money that the Windermere Foundation has raised since 1989 to over $36 million. Each Windermere office has its own Windermere Foundation fund account that they use to make donations to organizations in their local communities.
👉Thank you to our neighbors who have already donated a FULL bag of clothing for Transition Projects, Inc. 👈
Join us in the collection of new or gently used winter clothes & blankets to support this local Portland non-profit that distributes winter items to homeless and low-income families. Bring items to Windermere Community Realty and receive a $5 gift card to Fleur De Lis Bakery and Cafe as a ‘Thank You’ for helping us #SharetheWarmth
ADMISSION: $10 general, 12 and younger free.
The show is filled with gardening supplies, accessories, furniture, outdoor art and tips from gardening gurus. Tour 12 inspirational "Excellence in Landscaping" garden displays and visit with hundreds of vendors and retailers.
February 25th through February 28th.
11 a.m.-8 p.m. Thu-Sat 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sun
For more information please visit http://www.otshows.com/phs/
Fun event for all ages! Visit the Portland Winter Lights Festival website for more details including scheduling and artisit information.
We need your help! On September 12th, at The Fields Park we are uniting with 10,000 people from around Oregon and SW Washington to walk in, and fundraise for, AIDS Walk Portland. Please help us out by either joining the Windermere Community Realty team and walking with us on September 12th or by making a donation of any size.
One donation from you can transform the life of someone living with HIV/AIDS—or help prevent someone else from contracting the virus.
The news media gives the impression that HIV/AIDS is no longer a serious threat. Despite advances in treatment, HIV carries a huge emotional and financial burden. Plus, for most HIV-positive Oregonians, HIV is only one challenge they face among many. The harsh reality is that there is still no cure, and HIV infection rates remain steady in Oregon and Southwest Washington.
You can simply register today at www.AIDSwalkPortland.org and join team Windermere Community Realty or go to http://aidswalkportland.org/teampage.asp?fundid=4454#.Ve8vKvQ_uXg and make a donation.
Thank you for your support!