Keller Williams Celebrates Red Day With Service

Photo by Erin Rodick / Outlook Keller Williams Pasadena Day of Service volunteers include Lee Cuellar (front row, from left), Carrie Benuska, Brock Worthen, Danny Villela, Mary Anne Locher, Sebastian Marroquin, Madeline Herlache, Esther Clauson, Bruce Seid and Elizabeth Eichhorn. Middle row: Jennifer Newsome, Robert Hernandez, Aida Nouiehed, Jonathan Fan and Tia Spencer. Back: Sylvia Vega, Alex Varga, Brenda Guiterrez, Gary Landon, Chris Delamarter, Kathy Miles and Julie Truong.
Photo by Erin Rodick / Outlook
Keller Williams Pasadena Day of Service volunteers include Lee Cuellar (front row, from left), Carrie Benuska, Brock Worthen, Danny Villela, Mary Anne Locher, Sebastian Marroquin, Madeline Herlache, Esther Clauson, Bruce Seid and Elizabeth Eichhorn. Middle row: Jennifer Newsome, Robert Hernandez, Aida Nouiehed, Jonathan Fan and Tia Spencer. Back: Sylvia Vega, Alex Varga, Brenda Guiterrez, Gary Landon, Chris Delamarter, Kathy Miles and Julie Truong.

Keller Williams Pasadena spent Red Day, a day of service, at the Elizabeth House. More than 50 of the agents worked on different areas of the property: redesigning the outdoor living space with all new furniture, rugs and plants to give the young women a lovely space to spend time, and to reorganize their garage. The agents brought bags of donated women’s clothing suitable for their getting back into the professional work force.
Agents also planted fresh vegetables in the garden and strung patio lighting. The eight mothers living at Elizabeth House also had mini-makeovers just in time for Mother’s Day.
All of this wouldn’t have happened without the selfless acts of service from wonderful agents, who gave up their time away from their clients and listings to make an impact on the lives that sometimes go unnoticed. Red Day is celebrated globally by 150,000 Keller Williams agents, and is recognized on the third Thursday of May every year.

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